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HANDBOUND 
AT THE 



UNIVERSITY OF 



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WEEKLY KEU1NTER, 

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M \| ill- CORK I 

CAI I iM'lll' 



NOIK i> 01 i in: \KIS \\i) >i AM r\< ri HI:S, 



REOOHID OF THE EVENTS OP THE 



II. MI-MS ,v SON. KDITORS 



TUP. PAVr I UK PIIKSKM K')!l 1MK H II l( V . 



sKI'TKMISKU 1 . 1389, TO MARCH, 1880 \O I, \X\VU. 

ou, \OLIMI: i.-i oi urn SKRIES. 



BALTtiKOl 

AT THS 



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XXVII. 









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yranil to .' 






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70 

100 
v. d at tbc London po*t office 



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igret*. 

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fa iiftm 



314 
51 
38 

181 

277 
299 






' 

-, iriic for 
i, col. dinner to 

1 iliio 
Itusscllville 

:<J[| ll.j; 

s<-ntcd with a 
I cloth by the Oribkaoy man. 









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A, or, Mlk u^tj for j 
n |*.i U IK. .. i.ry of to Co*, 




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^.W fTMlttliBOt 414, 410- 
^.|Wf. t. C arr 

g% wAy. >r. . mTai k.. 




eipaisfs ol 

r rwHin- 4J| 

' 

. i i.ni) I..H 

. . , .'. , , ! ,1 ,, 

t;on 

' : ,...:.'.,.,., .ii-lm,, I.!, on in 

Al/l 

Coofjelf, political sir. 
icsl50, 19.3; the first nn 
calls for papers in 

M lino] fiiix' 

ni on 



, 8uc. 
"Cross i 

m house regulations >. 
rtmcnt and tmngPting. 

' ...iia S:; pro- 
'f,yt<rcar85 
555 

120 
-<ire Uieroil.iusjstcn. 

Jew, 1 . R. remark, on Lit U-ciures 
>, 1G1 
' C^umta- 



1*3 
Bait Imkt*Kv (. 

' 
W Me firftnlftifg houxr-. 

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rw m,.l 

I, -'..!,,-,< ',. l) t - W 'g 



37'.': 



( r% nil ; 

: 'Tuna- 

86 

.iiiifis 



of 



q 

isreph 

KlitJO 1..H 

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^^t Btvnuw o . K 1 1 1 en i s 



55 

-1. 14 

itnl r..l"iiy at 328 
35 
. Orleans 1 

11. 
ill, 

. M ir/ 
Jcs, gol 

. sij..-stu 178,358 

nit. - 



Fa 



bill 






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IM 

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s IW maw.**** of 

.on ol U*r 17* 

. : 

197 

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COM fTVM 









. ., , ,,,',i m ib". "' -i- ifH ' '- 

rucu-l,... -I I .(,. iu-i 1. J. lurk..!, 

i'aml Mew*. J*> 

157; f. 



. ltt.95 ( )l 

.- pro- 

MW TVwnt Iwrboc at llremcr- 



Iroo MMk Pc. I i ..m I 

\v l 



JM^toklHMCtaWM 



iriuUmum a*4 






ol the C*llw,U. 

. . 

. dora Of llM CW *apck 

J.OMTO !9<Hai 






umi y-ory or 



:.. letter* lo lU 

puNlKC.nc-, run- !).'. . .1 -.1 - 

Jcflenoa. Thoattt. 






on th- .jui. ! 



''Ml. 

4 coi l nt.on. 






i^rtnr, 

>roo 36i robbery of the 
iys : M a- 



ri Utu(ict ol 4 > 



taiul imaturn 1 .".' '; 
mrcling in New 



3 
190 



Hofiuar>' I- v 

n ^, tarn "in- 

117 

ISO 



t,et- ..I 

anet dritr 55, 51 

Inelioeil plane, Mom. canal 124 

lm 197 

, , |* 1 1|,- 

7'j'i.i't.j- I. ct >!..', -...-i:i !> 
4*fordtvillc 

i ^111-^- - i - 



In- in-.-iu'.rri -I Hi, l-r l.,tu n 



\|Mrt il c. 

re at August 



ing to the Hi 

n.krc* IV.'.M. '.U. l>. ill; K .. C'.r- 
Mtn KOM n-l rrpljr 4{ om- 



.10 









S, ,r c. ta 



I 

J 



I l.n. Ml I' 

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901 



..T 599; 




UM contlKuina 557, mm of Krta*ll 
UMoTGco. 

K-., IV ., 

541 1 



tli.- 

<9; Choeiawt 181. 



( i, .'. 4.V il,.- 

4 

of the ira*~ .1 





'5 ( law of U 

341 1 n 






>rrnrntl to rertam 19; 

milock a; 
Mr. Jcffcrao-. 



147 



Ulionof 

1 . -v 

;, Mtt^tttfl -* 



*a 

i f i 1 1 

Ol**r %?*!"! sVi<*.r:u,'l 

a H cfc4<i 5k 4axKJa of the asjavajsaj 

^"" fp^W^B mww^l | cwiXwJ 



',. 

. ' , ! 11 S '.M' o . 



i tTtlcm abolisl 



Oft 



, v 

W * " i**" 1 i. ' Ir r .*' _' - 

AM . 

IW SM c4 UN !UM *<* . 



Yorl I7| CMT of oriMoer v 

' tlrrapt 




Cpifct ajpsr and the In* 

><<;. H fit,.:,'. I- C .J OSXtkMI M| 

aar l0 { arraat of the 1'ortarorac 
ci...i -n PMadrtpliia ltt.180, 

I - . . t 1 1 , t ' 

U.i.i ( ,i,.. I9*i sa* al BlaK-th u,,- 
aJafhani, a eoloml voman, claimed 

J..,n >,:,,<!,- , K.l. an l Fen. \,-. )'.;- 

litt*7tltKMl|ft.B7 : '"i '- '' l ' 

^tiir* -. i \ : !:. M i H I] ! !.. I.- . 

of rrruiai joorajef men Uioem 






... ' . ., -, \ rrpmi 






torjr at 
nt awarded 

'<fi t i '<r 
iiall, jmh^i . Virginia 

Ir^inUture 290; case of 

i'. S. 
i ionrr c? 



i 

Ml 
liis son- 

.11: let- 
1.1! r;.nl. Mft- 



- 

,<<lorc 



\. II. 



1,411 

l*a*l.quftUT!iiv1e :. 
3; UaaauotUtioaj of 51{ the ore im- 
,-.rrtii*. : aria* ol HI 










h:,i,k IB 

ttate of I 

M,ur 

1 ; < " , . ; , 



Lo^ 

401 

) 90 



p:..'-c | . If, ,, .. ,1 |M M, 

Dajfjifa] ..,:.: s /,!, a* 
l Kajw OrtoasM 6t| pro- 



I at New OrtaaaM lt 
%tfttjtli|llalan MiaKi 

ft B -,,rfTH r V . I- Ii - I.-1T '> - 

a)%naBU froaa Mcaiao ai 35 

iJoyU'. U%a ss roil rvadas)d 



M> -,.' :. ' I ,. -. r .- 

ajftan U dubratioaj M to ih* ao- 
or o( ibc S4ih aaaiter ol the -Fr.l- 



.' rm a ._ 

. ( r 



nry, dies 

:n!, kc. 
Is negotiations see 

McPberson, John, dies 'J' 1 '* 

c con- 
$rc*t; : 

!nora,"a tragedy 

131, sr: .,! 54; 

91, 277; com. Porter 51,119, gen. 
Bravo 316; new loan 5. 

- 
OMod 430; .- 

ecvAfrcst; 
ma f42; eonceroing the province of 

S *I3. 

277, 394; newapaii' 215 

.el, Sclajman, grand rabbi of 

.dies .r. 

MicMfO* abstract of the gorern- 

'* i. . was M H H] .... t ,.t ii,. IIT- 

ntorj 300: town c t 



**: A- 

.. Tes- 

'iqreit: 

cloth, mrr 

i toga 8: coal 
statutes 

i ' mi-iMR'- ."' ' llu 

rights and oyitcr a 

is 177, 

West 

mired 

road 70 

JWa- ' 

i , 1 f J7, 

:. pro- 

.11 1%, 
: sales 
i mcr 



J.M> 






****f- ,10: i. 









i he 



-."I 






i'.!.,,,, ,! 



lilt 

T::;C7 "';: .i;'; :: 

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...< 



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l-J, 



i ri , ,,,.1,4. 



. C I ,j- 
*jiu-h.i,- 



ravrl 



815 
118 

'ion, peculations. 
.; <j 

urron from 
. 116, 




. 

AciWo tfMte U*BMfa AM 
197: nodMtof B^lMdfM u. 




^^^wr of lle 
133: count I)<b4^h I, 189. IjJ, | W 
ISS: liuudiiick 34: HOMWI ^ck ao4 
. Uft TokM 153 



the iMtoriM wt. 
roulM- of Ox ae- 



U *ii,.kc 17? 



.,H 




' 

of If, 



>> ', x , . - 

. r s '" ' ' J ' -^5 
oetMMMoo, rerdict m CAM: c 



till 



IM'IA. 






~ waal. k--*l of M 




tteataM 

ImmC-.H. 




154 
ai.k.- 

tH\ * OM rmaftrrjr drpar<rn/. . 
TaV tnck * CaWiU 

ItttpoafcsB. 587 

tall of * Vermont M: 

as 




<;cort> 



\|. 



< ( wioua) 



:> .,, ;. I '.:: r: M ,.,- 

, i ; : .'(.. 

v : . ' . , , , -,.,. -:ls 

8, 111 

I .,i.. , . ,.,,.,.,. ..i .i..s 

r*f nrt. 



tZ . i, 



1 1 / m 



I .'.. i l,:ilil" 41 



of sanr 889: rail road 
ajlillii, In. 4, 5l8: resolution* of 

iKc ) U<' rr it. > 1'.. I' S !'-.i k 



k 867: in regard to cer- 

tam rrl.'.o,.,. t!,r -, ,.,-J |a|BB> 

saa< JM: m nsprst Co Internal In- 

ETC* 8* M* r.'rHnkl-'Vi.Vlvr 

Zjlrorm 0,|,,mb "T, 
815: Uat remarks of the 



m 



t* Milll* to Ik* kaw I55t about to 
tat* aaoUirr wfc 1 81. xk in 
MaiMl . sportxmis of Mifer 818: 

lbk*j:kr,orr,,,'N a plr^rr,c 411 

MnaagMag^.ka. ^ 






X boat 180: 
ofltfc rapid 



ate 
_ M 
oT ft 




M (.! 



irks of lli< 

ling in .the south 

spectkig 66: wool, 
I,.- rani!' 

mount of consun 

teratioo of n. 56 

F>mjx 

nncssee and 
> 197: the crops 9 
roll's tnestH^ 

rmer college 277 
lion* for internal iinpro\ 
ml tirine in 4: n K: state 

case cl 

tate 427 

'lent scoand 
Toasts <1 1 >s 148: 

at I^t,c:.M. r, 2l: :.t I'lvmnuth :>7S 



Tonnage, American 1-J9, 20 S 

1 1 ^ 
Travelling rapid 20, 38, 12". 

Traveller*, Hritith 118, 1. 

Treawry of the L". Suuri- 

lart from 7: extract from rel.i 

;> broad 



It works 

tn the 1 to let- 

ter bag* 1 US; custom house appraisers 
fl see tmupgling and congress. 

;.m 67 See 
/arilT, c-. 

Tn-atj making power 1 1 4 

Tree a Urge one 91 

col. his )' 

mm. 

ry of the sultan 6, 'J. 
Mdf H dM l..ir,l, r. : ::i Mi. (.or- 

n distrwed9: r, . .bit 9: 

..la 22: 

sieges Of Cooatantioople 176: slave 

market 58t popolation 818: stores of 

copper 888: aid expected from France 

lit: arrival of ambassadors 40: pro- 

vtaiona40: steUstica 95 

313 

..born in Ohio, attached like 

7K,t 120 

| r .f .rthf 1,1. v! 39 

Van Burro, Mr. remarks of the 



. i l 

il l . : III' I,. 1 i 1^ n! llir |r^|s|:i|iin- 

N case 



-, address of 
l'O progress 117, 

nst it lit ion as 
r-'a speeehe* 

! ">: vote of thanks to I. 

re-mark 

lor 18C, 204: counties and the area of 

.Me. 170 

orge, his letter to 

I):i\i(l Stewart ~,7 : c rcction of the sta- 
tue on i ut 209: 
ihf |,: tlic 230 
"K' on > ) tJ( 'K (; ^uihri'l 

Imrd, diea 

, his case 399,411 

nary 21S 

/'.its ond measures, English and 

220 

;,t of the Wish-ton-wish" 182 
.lert 426 

t academy, a nn 
lessors, 6cc. at 58: students at 
289: see confreit. 

, see congrett: ef- 
fect of spc- >>i* speech at 
the dinner givi-n to Mr. lirown 207 
Wei 

TdisordersatSt 
19: at 

IT" rc). 

nmed 300 

prince of 300 

les, 134 

65 

M 

;, price of in Baltimore 

woollen* see tariff: in- 
teresting articles a* to the sale, be. of 
72,73,81,97,150,163,410 
Iman, Ira 118,2*6 

Wrigley, Francis, a veteran \>. 
dies 120 

Winans' rail road oar 2, 78, 167, 
273 
Zaroo fraud 213 



Ml IX WUHKLY IIUGISTER. 



IIALVI \IOUE, AUGUST tf.lttt. ' k Voi- XXX VIL U'aou Vo. T 



1J..I.... 



UMIC0 ! H. ' 



tt 





rrir.. aj il,irv.trn 



i i:.,. vfci a-4 - 



b.. 

i.| m w 



-low of 

. 

onlrr a lator by prompt 



lubv ;.'.( -.1! r -,!, . * 



through (he mail. 



appcarad* relative to 

i 






a* nr.ctJ in mr Ml MNCl ' MM (M i">" H ON 
aulbontv of morning |.nn(. b? >.!,H|, .t M ,1 |.iuni|.tlt 
cootndioud vbeo known to br untmc. The I 



Uncet br bcca qacJlcJ, antl ihe vork U progreMinf 



loot, c lcm that part of Uic iarwliaf ftitMdron 

v.na,mUliafforooc 

anil two wOMailes liad arrived at Tanpjeo oti the 

e. Tbe 



*eHat aoouorofrthat place. 
port* hav mg on board the troopt had not vet been beard of. 

Ibe comntnd.*nt at Tutupau had i.vi-md luuru.-ii nu 

Iroia luaguirniitieiit I drclarc tl J t j.< rt tnl>:u^ ! ..n 

tbe tret appearance of ibe boMile nWt. whW, It va* 
lko;l,t, IfetTwteflMaieWiafMM^ .ITMJ. I: 

aleo atated that u 

dollar* wa to uk< .aaiet ibat ah-dl Ixr 

;>urpo*e of < 

..t.d Iainj: thr ,riny. %h.^!i :n t.) !> :.ccoMiit .1 IT ..t 
Leeamp^yn. Order* bad been 

laropico, 8. 
and at all ..tU;- i,U-c ..u the co4t ... tl,.- 



Hboold your o.. ao*)(tb r*v. BeL WiliifclMI) 
1 al^ll baie pkauire m aeeaajwft' 
I tbaitkyoufor vbal)ouaay uf aaJaa." 






Tii 

give u MMiee of a aetr a|i 

' - ;.; ..... 

,f*ome new 

of ,K)|Mjlal<,,, s ,.!),,. ,lb 
verting iho*ead ( of tbe 

i ... i 



Hi 



* 



brttclr M 



t oni*. Out/Art U 



Mrikfea] 



,:, ,,. ! :..,' dbf ' \ 



only rrfjuim 

to render it tnumj.l.mrtly i.^.-t|.i! lie MUorai* ut. 

Out lc aw, thr utl.rr .!.,-. a 

foeturedattbeftorTo(.Mc 






Bdtimore. 

, be wa iofortncil lLat ibc oooiuMj fiod M tbat 
. Urge portion of 

wi;,cl,-o..t ! ,,r...rr -,!|,t.t v ,,J:r.,. M (, 



- jonith iroopa on board the transport ship Bm s - 
been landed at the Ef 









I tat. 

Mm. Mit RT. Tt 
e vewcrable Jamet 



1 debarkation, in order to de- 
ahn, mod few t if auy, oo the 



of a Icller from 






oo-in-Uw, ' 

; 

I. that I D 
totbe old cuiuitry, 
lv . be aeeoapUane 

I used to h 
do indeed (reatly 
be and I vcrr two o 
frieudabip. Froint 
hvanably kbd 



gone, I remain the only MITT IT or of that olaaa, 
ha, 



* ,^ry flaiaiii !< 

I I J I I.lTO!l. > lu'lli I 

WHl^Cvo year* ago 

MU-, !,;,:>! !;*, -,her.-, 
.ntohud^.l..^,^ 

They 



honor of koowmg. a> well ma of oprriraa 
eaa wben ia office. Tbe first lime 1 ta 
tnhe an,! 

. .oroiuated them) Paru. 1 know Us MM 

Voa. j 



t . ;, : n,,i . -. . . u ' . - .: .-, 

aualkv and pattero i (o & tefll Scotcb Uffin. 

cautt of homitntry, aod > ktrcat 
patrooi aou gcncroot tuppon ' 



A mi ranan. relative to Ibe aftwy wftb tbe ladaaaT 

>aWCAan/. M . It a. 



i.. 



ImOl Uaii-j. V... M .,,.; j :r .. -i | .',.... HH 

.he disturbance , in no Givormbl* larbt. 
.. D ...g .he nnnlKTT, people 




eoouf I. to HiUnieate 



of trading, aod look van tlaram 
oxieate tbc laiiiaan. HKT MM 



getting them too drunk to make a 
then prooaeeded to make their trad* 

da,.,, out of cvrrylhiHS .al^.V. and rx:^J, qu^e - 



I 



: .-.;.,. 


n*~dl^i^lm*JHtm+>m* 

--I,.!.!.,!!,,, II* .:.n : ,,tr,,n, -P,, 



wat not emptied wrth. 

x,ih K ,.. :,.! ,.!.,:;. ,:,.,, if .,.,, 

hT ^^u^^^ f? 

. to the uomber of 



the whitej, 

uidwenlfortbem. Tbe 




1 ^ . . ^ ' r ' i ' ' ' ' * - ' ' ' ' * * ; 1 * ^ ! A k ~ 

tbem by foroe, and attaeked UK Uadamafar daat perpiat; 

. tbc IOM of fo 



. 
Jeffrrson B^raeka. \V*bhu 




ral LearmworUi 



F.TC 

try t adoMof UM 
fore trao.ponauon for Ibe 



directed tbe troop* to proeced to ibe 
aa aooo n traoaporUUM could be okv 



>,1 could AwfeaM. 
Tbe 



troopa air 



ibe 6Ji rennrai of Irn^o. 

auog coiapaaie* of the 
atemed UBK tfcry were 



tb 



OIKS. 




;<< 

: - - ' ' - ' : 


.'to*. 



to a respect*' ' I alluding to 

-*'lt tMCM ID llC I *' ' 

cun-mfcc 01 ( .ool and M 



' : , ' < i 
' ' '. x 



, " : i' ' '"'S 
' 




i II : . : - 

work, 

M aoM M lev M V to posaAIr to afford it. It ii drsi- 
i -bo intent! to tubmibc. UoW 
farthv 



...! ;;,;,, s 

From (lii% 
which thorns 



. ssful, wen- 

t stifl', 

niution. 



CTU< A; -,:. *. ' 

i>~ i MM tote*, 




*n<! tin- Irathf r limp u ' 

thw wagon appears to ui to 

may !.< allowed 
experiments made while we were on the road and in tin 

v> I ii. 

adert may form a tolerable dea ol the cac wkh 

1 irvanlt at the iulr 
cc tnilr^ 

iling the weiht 



. in .:/. I 

it lorward at a rat 

nnd we 

that the max imam 



thirteen mil<-i in tl. 
an who had a Hop watch; 
fifteen miles. 






Probortivn. 
in 3,300 
in 2,500 
in 2,000 

in 1,500 

in 3,4OO 
in 4,500 
in 11,000 
in 2,000 
2,400 




' 

J. .. 

,' ' 

" '.CXI 

290,000 
2,(XJO,000 

330,000 
1,300,000 
IftOOQ 

450,000 

0,0 > 

1,110,000 

720,000 

r . ,' , 
410,000 
.180,000 

. ".n 
650,000 
; -,,, - 
600,000 
13,000,000 

w England 

vrrage. one student in 
:-., ' ; . . - . >, .\ 

Ml . : ; : vlvMl^ooefor 



The rollovring publicruiou, 






8,000 



3,000 



in 
in 

in 4,000 

in 12,000 

in 5,600 

in 25,000 

in 4,600 

in f',700 

in 8,000 

in 3,800 



cwe4 wrnticth part of (he 
olthe Cnfctd Stetrt. and ,,Hcce 

M ta a^M an her aoo~i -rlair 

i: .- mm* i ,,,,.: 

Mwral 



M hr-fcd ci fjt M oo .- rward Ui 

'*- It.Vr,'^ | ,- M ,. v ; ,,,,!( H 




!. : 

p-irts of 1 1,. 
ish dollar, havin? n . 

> ou 

subject ii considt: > pulilic. 

-;ianisli silver coins now i.il '.ites ta- 

ken (o^etlu-r, are of an intrinsi- 

.:%!) rirculH'i IO. l! :> deposit*- 

were madu lor coinage, consist. >!i dolhrsand 

the several parts th-rcof, in tli:>t prfi)ortion < i 

v.ils, the o;> .tidcnl'y 

, we 

jixnisli do!! 

:c. The (jiiartcrs mar, 
stimatcd ns 
cents, witliin a min 

Tlicv :r. 

tiominn* service, ami 

exposing a mucli |:UJ,MI- proportion ' 

j>roporiior, 

<)nrown nre not rM-rnjit Inun 

re to be* !i 

'.}, tin! 

the public, (or tlie com ./-sec In 

n olsm:dl coins, : < 

(1 somcwhnt 1)' low it !.;. 'fuse. 

, it is known, is now underp' 
tigalion, uliich uill probably, ht ' result 

j roiiipftt-nt to adopt nitrasur 

i opious sup;/ 
(nations of on 

Rtid Irx 

eeediugt in relation to it, woul 
dipjit at this time. -ri they 

.M.ulatc 

Uie coins alluded to, in the hands ol , at de- 

preaaed rates, to be returned upon the cominunn 
a sJiort interval , nt i ' ! value. Mint of the Urn- 

led StateiJiugwt ID, 1829. 

have partiil returns of the congres- 
akmal elections from several sl3t< , but. decline givitrg 
until all the districts are heard from. 

CorroM hai been elected bv tlie people of tho 
*t of Tennessee, to be governor of that state for ibc 
enndof two yean, lie c sam- 

omoe, and wa elected this time uithont oppos;'. 

-c lias been electcrl by the people of the 
\ -hat state, of which 



I'M!) HI (Mil OWII^UHI, NIIU III 

manner (4 withdrawing from i ; 
have been made a legal tender, i 
ecediuss in relation to it, would tl> 



, 






lofurc a ir. .:. 

rwrnre.-l.lc 



' ' 



.'-. - . I,,- i- . i i.. . 

, . ,1, 



At we joined to wul* ibe idea of 

<*. ,, K tl* Mme thi ioiportaM pteM MO J 

.. MnriMl 



';' ' ' 



the "Hr. 



, MM ,. M ., 



f^rp-Mkbg 

cr : 

-- utod for 



. aow utrd m tfcfc 
> c reganl n 
*Um mnet ol iU 

leta ooot- 

It may be known >y it* color, winch i 
r a hft.( 



.- .' 

OSMMlljlM^Hl 



Jfc 



ii. 



the lovr ot4*ri, M 

.r- B ,,.,. .: .'.!,,-, 




... ,.,-,:, ^ ''.- !-. - 



FOB* t.tnl in the Dotton Palladium llift 

be ate o< TuHkry red hi oalteo prmtaw haa bee* ane 
etifcilly totnxlnoed to n. The French bate 



onf hl an ad*amfe over the Enfluh m the employ 



tun. f 'real (A* 

t')y.rn,. ,r, KI , 

immber ol permita (ranted to mmer( the 



in 



Ml (t,, 

bcr of 

, I Ir,, 



j and Ihc qua' 



tstoi Frt.ru. r S I v.".i - th- BjBJBj|| 



vat oM-i!K<! <..;<. ;,, . 

inr 



. in rch fnir*i- 
u atatement t correct, at 






t.> :,. i, i- d , 

5 3M,9*l 

4 1.."'. ol 

31 1^957,IUU 



^.519,917 
me preamt ; 

!>. Of lrl wt-rt- irii<- ; n, AI:IJ; uti ..^^i. .; .t, .,ri 
ilbt, 

rereot a moeb iaereaard workinf of ibeae mine* donnf 
at aarrtnt yean bot "any quantity ** may br made at 
mm] 

CVTTO*. from tkt Con/en Refuter. We are hap. 

reader*, d* 

tmf to theeommeree of Canioo, tbat have 
oecorrrd n tbe preaent 




ron Borabar, ItijftSi bak-t wj. net permit 3U.noO 
46 do, do. 199,510 

45 do, 



Ui.600 balet, %b. pcoilt 474,423 



C3.2W.700 



Mr. 

r of h 



a 
one of 



e wat tbrowo wo the 



pillant told-er oC the 



faroritr of that moand e 



- . atrUi.to-. 

hit age, a gmllaM toldirr ol the 

' 



1 (.. 

raonr*col tvrffMMMtfl MWM t - 
liont lake place at Vimoa. 

ATTiMrr TO atjaa. VorkCrar oCtfav 

* t, a UMMa-ttr <- Coprmeoi. latelv ar- 
bribe oejr of the liian 

-,..,>,., i. H !, 




- : >. .,-- ,: .,-.,...,, 
mach to hit aatoedabmeot. A compi*a*t baa been maiaV 




fiSO 
of fft.400.dX). A prettr 



o, 



FKtnrr*. la cooecqqenfe e/ ibe laiebcavj raa-n. 
detmotHr lrc4rtt have bee* rxacrifMcd m tW A*>. 

.'....-...M-.-,-;.- ,r..i UM /'-- i> - r..-'.. v> ...:..-.-<k..k'r. 



of vatm earried a 



of a mill, and in ICM thto fw 



wtof of a mill, and in I 

ll; , ,, ,..,!.,..:,:,, .... J -..i 

it into O 



time, ton- 



n,und. and carrying, it into Boekhold'. creek, akanae; 
; aamra tbroefb tbe trvet with tbe reiiatlfMaiii 
of a tomadot m* te leaa than two bonrt after, all tbe ao- 



toaofthrtwo 



TW loaa U 
dfal e all tbe river low 



lin.; ,-! ,l i|.--r.-.! ami 

U alM* f^l the rffrc:.. I hr Per I> ., 

iatMl In !* kM>* hfe tlM> 

i r \ i I ii 

Button 



or A- 

r 



. 'he low _ 



latml 



TMK cmor ix T 
he4tbintunt,ttatrtthiit 



fkr-orahJe M k baa beea, ibe arope af dw preeaM aMm 
wai **moretbMen^UMtwolaatara|MmftfAer. M TV 
s .j,. r: r n BfaaamtM HMI '! aWamml . 



The 



. -. 
- 



hMl beym^diapate, from ^aawmteat. ainagr wmde. 
tbat ea>gLntJaa>en aa kae tbe memM and wdl eater 
w> apint mto laiaiafc aagir, ernmot fad ot makmf brrr 
ajtmma. Fubaai there never waa a t ime ao |nu|iltiiii 

f ~m m ^_*m.\ * anam^aavemaT^ammmT ImlammfaW tft mWIWf 

f J . \ I , > j ' r " ^. ml 

,aamtbbmdanl rVnda, ami ear* aa fca^ 







Kit A i BUS! 



M.OOO francs; works tor k< 
francs; pav. 

; ,4*0,000 Ira* .. bscnpti ... of i.amrs ..! ht.-e.-ts, 
ar aaaad Hi l*,00 francs; police (Jri<r/ ft 

t low. M Ifcal francs; firemen, 445. 5H francs; gen-daNDn 

Tai of aawaaliy ,k^ ae*^tW superior proit of streets l*>,000 !-., two huer sums arc in- 

ckjar so<Jnttla*4JaUoa. oladed b the expo0< lice. 




C.txrn AL iMiftTomrK.LoxDox. The ordinary business 
of each day is, in lr office alone, 35,000 

.1 and 4o.ijo suit, (33,475,000 annually!) 
cxclutn .r foreign ol'ur depart* 

Mat4~ll tan oMafaof tbc %arwos extraahre province* I iu< .STice, and altogether ii. 

,aV aaaamli aad ta*a* ttsat wrt koo*n to hate exprrat- drat of the two- ; 
,4 . 31 *+.*** tWMekteg.'or **'**> > daily varies Iron ,( 
rrr nut lo death, as writ as a 
taeaofthc blood of K-da- 
aatauof aoasrootx 

. : i'. : . ( t .1 .,i,,l I, rt.li- king- 
larad for their old king, sub- 




Afaaeaad Madaaaaat o 
damali .Jail fa bad 



ilMJrsl } *s 

t-took 

' ! ;l, !, , ::,- 

- i :!., r..-v. ,-;.;,, x,, ,: 

She baa expressed her 
the Hntita aaiioa, aad of Mr. 

late onraaaaat aajeayreeciitly returned, af- 

aad, at Port LXH. 
to rasaaia, and she was (really iu her confi- 




,000 to 60,000 (on Saturday 40,000, 
imhcr about 20,000 

.1- office ten minutes before six o'clock, 
t hour each news; 

which tields a revenue ol ! vhith 

ftivet 240,000 newspapers annually pal into the office 
from six to a quurter before eight o'clock. 

irom charges for early delivery > 
4,000, and the sum obUju. <i l.\ tin- ilii.r^c i,t i,r:r fimny 

small carts to I. 

s 3,000 a Tear, giving 720,000 letters annually, 
or nearly 2,0 1:1 thii main, 

v ( otic- uf London is C,000 a week, above 300,000 a 
t!,i, %:,.,t U 

') in twdity-five yean. 
in a morning, to 4,000 or 5,000, or 
.'; franked for foreign 
arrives. 

postage according to their 
hich a daily paper costs iu 



- :. - . ; . ;.,...,,:,: .ilanuajri 

tar total value of Ms exports to 6o9.922.632 francs. In 



more. Newspapers c 
parts to tin- first 

are on 
lit, in cnnsenaeoec 



tbia trade wrre employed French shipping to the amount | 
o< 944. S9I toaaafc, aad foreign shipping to the amount ] 
f SCT.ftSI tona, The whole import of manufactured 



of Sf7,ft*t urns. The vhl 

BKMMti 01. i 51 francs, or 7, 500.000 

Ta eoloonl trade of France is extremely 
exports IU mill tons of dollars, 
la iBBffmta aosooutviK only to 67,267 ,'242 francs, or 




to a 



of francs, the allowance of 5 of them 
. near fur general purposes but 
laaaaji -< 



\A. Some months since, i-. 

the act ot boring for salt water, on the land (I Mr. Lera- 
kton, s.tuale in the county of Cumb 
, \-:i, of pure oil was struck, Irom which it is al- 
most incredible what ijunntitu a of the substance issued, 
charges were by floods. , from 2 to 5 

minutes, at each flow vomiting forth many barrels of 
pure oil. I witnessed myself, on a shall that stood up 

i.*4 anllsaist of dollars. [right by the aperture in the rock h n. vnuh it issued, 

I Wlsaa aaaaluaf ol francs, the allowance of 5 of them marks of the . or thirty t.-u perpendicular- 

^ A i 

ly above the rock. 1 he&e floods continued tor 3 or 4 
weeks, when they subsided to a constant stream, aflbrd- 
The number of i ing many thousand gallons per day. This well is bc- 

vasaag asra at L-yoo* who were twenty yeara of age in tween a quarter and a hall tin bank of Cum- 

UfJT waa US. of waom 2*5 could write and read. 329 1 berland river, on a small hdi <! i uns to the 

far down the < 'umbel land as 

of twenty who I Gallatin, in Suraner county, nearly 500 miles for ma- 
read, 139 could read| ny miles it c< . <>f the river, ami 

its marks are now found ks on each bank, 

.wo miles i , >mt at u hich it touched 

r, it was fired by a boy and the i fleet is said to 
liave been grand beyond description. An oll 
roan who witnessed it, says, he has seen several cities on 

The budget of the city of Paris has fire, but that I .ny thing like the flames 

* *"Sr*T-*y Uprateet of tae department of which rose from the bosom of the Cumberland to touch 
at of latt to slated to have been the very clouds, (his own words. ) The oil has a very 
IMtM? fcMta, [MO^OOO doilara^ aad the 



in aar swM / France. 
Touag asra at Lyoas bo were twenty yeara of age io I tween a quarter and a half n 
IMf waa US. of wbarn tU could write and read; 329 berland river, on a small hd 
read oalv, aad Stl aeitbcr write nor read. In the rest river. It was traced as fai 
aVfainaiaat.* 1919 yoaag 
naaiand, 77 could wnteaad 



aalf, aad 9M aould acaJser write nor read. 
'.TWrv M ao part of our country so dcatitu 

k -. M. k , . A -* -* '- -* **k II 

Waw*il j v t * OMMTW SO MBaUl 



destitute of cducs- 
asa< 




expend*- 

of5^05^08 



WaacWaof rereave aad expendi- 



the very clouds, (his own words.) Th 
strong "k. issued in great quanli- 

Uea, amelt at the distance of 5 or 6 miles above its en- 
trance into the i -ivi -i -. The odour is disagreeable to all 
persons who have inhaled it, ixcept three, two others 
aad my sell. 

>il is so very penetrating,' that no barrels which 
i-tly. Some few bar- 
ground. They have 
order to procure 
the harvest is over. 

[Muhville Bcavier. 



tax of htnaaaau, W,000 
ttOjOOOIraaea. 



741,500 waa5 ar*aa*7 aame. of 



TRIAL. The grand jury of this county, 
sent term . ,t court, found a true bill 

hn Mnjor, for the murd- r of Reuben Gale, in 
r i^. Three previous .ndictments had been 
e the grand jury, and returned not true. The 
who was arrested immediately after the mur- 
diaeharged upon the return of the first indict- 
rnent, aad continued ere r since as befor-e, to reii'te witti 



;9 Ml> 



. 










!' - 
M : " 
I) ,. M 






alar. 
ntr year* 



lurjr , 
ukalljr tcrnu, a 

Ml.!. I 



tell at UM M 



a. IK 
nine MX to * 






n d bej u id 



AXD ftflCIOK. 



. . i . 





.' ' g" 

Si 



Tut xiw r 






U) atudeot at 
IH9, deacribmg the coronal un 

i be area! favorite wilh the 1<4>- 
...reaficklrii-t,:. 

.at the moat 

umadoa would come oat jpni 
i!g n>- with wltt j 
ncipatioa was rccenrcil Dy u. 
:.,.:. brmn i:,i :. : .--."i .. u 
lioute 



... N f ..-..;.- 



i-' avltirvi ; 

x-oeniblc goe 
iitvioff bm gift* the gvnenil, in 

l!nk%, aiatc.J IS. ii.--4trv IM Wt . . wl i , 

* K to 



which i'.: 

tmlct) on the natu 
waa pn.n.l o own that the fin 

eloqueut tenn. 



tone 
. mm mm 

45 -AHUM < 

, ,. k,. ! L 



i ', . ,, 

i"" 
of Mti 



,.-,.! rttm i 

U .-.ju-l 

, 



^ 

, . 

, . 



It u are- 
the 

^ 



-.-; : 

i - '' ! 





re was a 
ISlJlo 



fata 
Mr 



I ! :',.,' 

riod? The proportion 

women u I.67U for men, mod 6i7 for iw. 

Ccaru v*. By an nooovnt onlrred by ihe bouaa* ol 
oomnona to be printed, of all gooda dctaM Md aold at 

" - .. . . > . :, ; - : 

.'>,. . : ' - ' ~ .- ' . 

:.;.. v ' .,: 

the mwrnlMa^ aj^ all daaVvm, va 1,573 



ludt tht Uw arnooat of lc below tKc 

17 I4.7J^ t* S 1uh paper. 






PaA9KU oacrrr, Ohio, oatoi 
tanuby iheceow.of ISA", A Utc 
to *!, fires b follow * 



01 > 



We aVrr to karr a ItVejoi 

LAW ur aiAi ror 

SKrsoat luc 
OatkcMbjr 




Ml they rtiommei.d tomr .. 

i ;i.' MMUn ..... i 'i rwl '. r oir- 
oMnSrt of prottedvre. Agoeil rr|tbterofdrtrl 
kM Um rmriM^ly preMrd upon tbem, but t. 1 . 



tt , 



.... , r . 



t. 1 . 
'. .... .. !,:.u,.!:,. 







cot M 



The Mort,i., K Herald of 

falling; off hat born 
^^APUOI for the quarter the 1.. 
JfO/XMt ba* ikia latter M to be accout 
1 pa) aae*U. on accouut <>< the col! 
Uu r p*r<od; and which occurs every five years, 

j.'. in the quarti r 
Ae I ii rtg i dstre * m decrease nt l.uuO.OUUf. and in the 

tar ike year, there is an increase on stamps and the 
AWr. TW t wo wttar iucrrmaes may Urco.. 
.- .. * . ..r M , ,...., r ii aeented. 1\ .- :i,-- 
r UM rfaaraaat M on Ike avatomt and excise ; hut tl.ut 
for by UM raaaon already g 

that the stamp* and the post- 
are favorable signs us it 
g all things, die Mala. 

I grai/y *g. MM! it aa Mswer to tliat All ls been 
i aneral days paal respecting "the oformi/tp 
** if At mariiur." 

Jo B 10. A Laa<oa paper called -John Dull" of 

: . , 

1 * < . .. - : , 

Uasart... * UMS co,lrj , el,fl, w|,ibciew, we be- 

**Vto?5li * 4llp " UolUrf otHm *** eeur " 

M9 at Waawaglia. Mttortud by congrc* 

Ml eoMwdinc the Ohio with 

*bnllBuit i 
ivaat npl<: 
Jpoiaads. and in the 





duin^etW.aUr: o^U, ko.rvrr, to be added, 
UM! UM An; 

m^*^*itt^*^ZZ+Z 










.<i)d is, 

I. IV unit 
in 1'ottcr 
' t tic also brou^li 

\.4ii(>tis sizes, 

1 
.uiimali, |>rul<il'l\ sin !i at arc foun 

kcnctts among UK 

'; 

Ucs. 

MIA WIKE. AS.. 

' 

n dii- 
tributed 

worhl. i.t tli.tt tl.- 

rcthun 
Imlies. 'I 

, ami .LMMIC.I 
The- iicv 
, 
Slutcs 1211 pipes win- * i 

, ut-rc L|-()ii(;lit 
M ir a\ to i) 

\VIIH-S Ol ll, .itl.l t(> 

belie? e.Mt lc.. 

lrunk limn erer 
name. [JV* '^r. 

seucc of a French 

Uuke i.t to tome 

awkward contrrtemt; in as much as tl. 
the two , <,rsi Mt (he i Juiues'i, con- 

sidering 
r^iii of; 

HH-, iitid in ton.-. 
- , Utely aWtatcd bbMMll Iroiu a roj- 

io a situation to ccJtr Ifpu to the ilucnl ^ncht. I'tnin 
E - . I) hoiu 

notknoM , WMS ubli^cd to ^\>- M;,> to ;' 

duke-, and thus lliu rcpresenUtivi ot an 
made tn .1 collateral 

of a IIM ... i 

itwaj too late, but IMS s. i ,.- it, and 

imitated the example of hii Letter mluum-il colleague. 

[Cowl Ju 



fx THE EAST. Letters from Constant inoplc 
. 

,jl |V,r- 

maliUes, the ambassadors HS soon 

as Uiey arrive in the capital, in order to convent person- 
llj with them, only througli thy m-dium of an intcrpre- 
WT. 












I. 






i,- i- . . > : 



ulril ihrrr Uourtm 



i . . irikfa 

...... ..I -.-., 



. M 



HllilC, 

. : 



... Ml 



.s: M u, 



. 



I bo U. S. 

VfMirtiMB ifitatl t P 



!t1. 

:t! l>v Ihv I/' a'.u 



Shark, captain 






N I ..!,(! 
!- :.i i 

Ml i - 

hn M vl 






oMnr. it rriaUt, 
eowputed aa to be 
u;. >:> t', bet, l!- 1 
c nunutacturrr ami 



llwrtfo 

Bm^ 

the ma 



sure ol cli-ijt. ,1 i. ii i ; . . j.l - ' i v . i . . . 
Ten diwgftrJetl o mai- 

. 
iUHMUreauiu of -ucU pMlUfc muu b the 

voice without "tnlirrthm- If the ^ 

4go upon Qtfc 
will at his rrquvtt, nine wch 



a. pmcotr 



ing Kixncli goods, o 

. i ! " 



,. 'A : vl.r. IMM, t rl M MM1 

U MMJ ;,-,,,:.-.: 

-. .--: - :-v. ? - 



Nil 
rot8e 



MU^rv of atiasMin l.o arr.H to tbat "(tog?, daring 
tlttwctk e*dii7i tbe (Hh is*. v*r* iiM*d .1 up. 
wwds r c wbok Mmbrr oT *itm si n. 






Utcawrrtarr oftlkc irrawin . kh srfcnil 

. i * fc,^_t 

<* wiui Uir 



Ml f ft committee 




> 



He; 



p Uiv VNMQ^A ft I (*tt*?r 

UN board. to wb< 
to the bark 
tbflt be had no means of 



V. - I.-.;,,:.!'! V, 

TftsarrTttrd at, the charge of 

Waw*.hUtnrtUml I >,! g<;: v : : 



: IRK1GN 

PI trade, l-iii lh French 

at all, except upon tbe assurai .,- slul), as t< 

....,.! ,,. . ., .. ',. . ,- i- . 

- 



-% ! i 






, an.! 



; 

,*,** of the new prcsi<lent, and shows 
to :;; ndship. .\*. . 

Hewn Hot aAavfi mcA a /krrdsfcrawi /or Q^|^ 

<U rAc ottfAor a/lAe Arft /ori/ / ,Vw York. 

A captain Dickenson, who d 



,stm K .,,sl, 

4aW 



battle of Narai mn, and r. 

rary onlers, is a!. rcd 

m i!..- hattlc.nnd not havincnsufll 



: inthr 

hnrio- 



I ,;,'.! || 






Mr. 



'nwrcly 
t 1* skill. N. Y. ftttd liflity spoken of 



mm /Her at die court of St. 
bem prewntcd by thr unircn 
tfm of U I. I). Hr anport to be high!; 
bj tbe leaned and aeieotific toeietiea. 



KM .hip which cntcrrd 
At port of Harre vith a irJ^oloird flag, waa onleml to 
lovn. The tbn colon arc DO! to be displarcd 
eh port era a a afenal flar. 
TV &**, cant, flbldu^ .%*/*, Mil 
York on tfceftM olt Shetobomx! 

carries oat major Lee, consul general 



/or/on, landrfl our new minin- 

trr to Mexico at Cumicoa on the 30th ult. end sailed 
on tor cruise to Brazil. 
Tbe Planter's bank n (ieorgc's 

Md. and the bank at Bctcbertown, Matt.' have 

r" 1 - : 

Iffrtnit, eaq. a member of Uic ex 

" ?* "PH*^ nent t Norfolk, in 



The ship masteri of Philadelphia here adopted a roe- 
aerial to aoogrcas, prsymg for the pasaage of laws plc- 
ttfaMafjt aaftooil |ot< Majfa ^.^ t sonate, n rela- 
tioa to the reeorery of tbeir wage's; tbr fortneV now hav- 
, aa the Utter have, upon their vc. 



Caftortd Jlftiaou. Tbe schooner /rAinj/*;i fforre 
tkaa beco ebartrred by tbe governmetu to take r 



tbepptured Africans, now at Amelia Island 

ut as agent on the part of the 
J. Vaughan Smith, of the navy, 



'' ln*rf9l ftaffftt to 

BM1TAIX AMD JRU. 



i 

with th 
Mood that the norte w< 



tipnn 






yet had . 



1 ttOOOl >-i;ii . 
boundaries 



Aa oricr ol the ting iowNuwil, bearing date July 1C, 
W, Mftfcs HM port of Sc John's. Newfoundland, a 



.Tbc elertiun lor a member of parliament in the county 
rfasrr,w.flrdrediobebeldootbe30ihJuly. Mr. 

W^oell taUaMldrea, to the eleetora is pan, 
earjwiiji aborting them to conduct soberiy and good 
ihcocewioo. TW ctoAemcnt. bacfuot 
reased, asn! the MM fngbtful diionicrs were suit per- 
petrateuL 



tbe 



J*P*l*vt grrvt rpumtiUft e/j 

sonUaboenintked 
^ tbe ro>ntsU7,aod tbat a treaty of commerce 



10 

with France w.ll be Owe of bis irat . 

btagofthc^ 



: would 
D oi the 

l \ Olo :n:<l Arto. 
Tili 

king of Prussia hsi! inbassa- 

dor to procc to assist 

ambassadors in bringing about : 
cast. 

he ^ictory of lit 

siit i M (I a diplomatic 

ropean . :ri- tln-m c,t as, and 

protesting his .kc peace w as soon 

nient should have satisfied the just d 

1 the victory gained liv 
bilscli, < t June, the emperor 

d him a k o.-der of S 

the second class, &i. lum nii the 

:iml authorized him to make choice t.t MX r*t tin 
in tin- h:i::: | is suid t 

\\"r Irani 

' lioum- 

la, and hopes to he able to assemble 40, without 

garrison. All the men able i.. near arms 

irnit that the 

number of nu-o and ti IB k the hatllc 

ot the II th, was vei7 consul ^onsbtill flat- 

^Ireswiih': 

barbg been sent to the Russian cainp. Ah I'. 
appears, was killed in the Uttle ol the 11U>. Hie c^pi- 
tan pacha has not k sen." 

Ite gives Hnolh> i 

tbe same date, wh ich say Mimed 

:nla air, r the Little ol lit!) .luue with 6,000 
. MX) inlanlrj. 'Hie Miihsulmans, 
thrown into oonsternati t the 

defeat, resumed coura; the mass 

of the army had return- It ua, .-.!. 

presented to them that the loss of the Russians was \ 

:.trr arriral says tbe grand vi. i)een able 

to reorgaonize his army, and thai of40 t OOOmen, scarcely 
15,000 rcnuined; the solders taking a i the 

defeat to return to thfir i. 

ichmcnt under major general Hut zoff, 
recenUy defeated n considerable lorcc uitOn- the com- 
mand of Achmet Khan. The baUle took place near the 
village of Tsurtskab. 

ConttanUiiifilc, June 10. The Turkish li< tt, much 

damaged, returned to liujukdero on me 2'Jth ult. having, 

on the 'J7th ot that month, met and engaged a division ot 

; issian one. It appears, howexi, that the Turk- 

ish gunpowder was lound damp, and made no impression 



, M H<"'l. KCXD. 






I,,, ,,,,., ,..:,.., 
... Boirrcco 



I ,,k 



"I I.-,. 



...-. 

*iurl tut '.: lcd 






,ioioMOlih.l MM do^ne 

,..,.., I ,,.,..-. ..-.-:' 



It -JJL* mmA t+^m *** ikji ^^^^ka ^ AM* 

- ' ' - ' ' 

M UN! fepMfer oal; t rM KMT 4-j Md Mf IMT 



B 
ullc 

. i! 

teal 

t0 






troyed or dctertcd, the 
to* t 



. ! ( .. 



sratf _ 

i . . { . i < - i . ^ - ; * i . . ^ 

m lavot 




eo proamu ooe 

nMM > >' ! - 









j " 

K>tra and Kallarmacti * very great 
ic tuue, Mill 
as had not )et bno able to agrrc 

J U. < 

uon ol l.hon 

lll ItltlUT-^iijtilv. ) til' \- , .:, I 'li .'trtlili' 



meler, ill 

TW 

<obr 



TU |,iv.ltut ol t.rt.ir 1,4.1 c-Ho! I tut, t.i^- , : t ... 
coOTOcalMO ol the u- 



, M .,... m* * ur r<- 
. 

llM>"MMilOg. 
lhl i V, ' ' " V" '- '!rA ! 

ins* eoior to eh oo M 10 eotor the oroek oOe or 




uwn.it a:. :l. 

ot imih and trvtaiUit; 



hich IMS to 
Itald 

,ou. 



Mop bea Mop* ltboct. o. MOtMr 
dSr. H- 

. .r..l K .e him 1% OIJ MMAOT. lie toW 
me to do w, U..I - '. tb milk, aod coo Mb. protoi 
-Krrublc me. ( bjit MM ko or oik. 



notiee of cu until oov. For eay- 

- 

... ;.. , .,,... K . . -. 

^ ^ ' ' ' * I ' - ' > ' ' ' 



h. lilo. S Jpr,ns. TfcH the n^ 

,,. 






tiooal cini.l , M . At Argus on 

1 

nortr.i i,j y [j i | 1 ' 1 '|; t "' Jjjj l i ";' i ' i :\- 1 i 1 :; 1 ' (i \ *' 1 n \ ";,' ( 

heir ^rmt nn'Stia^.g.-. !'.: .'..': ^. i : . -i.., 

reta. 

riean feuoJ va* sx\ ca^it uxil ** IK-- 

I, n %'-u- 



ro the report of tW ipoiali 

*l i : Mid o-..r i 



.lovnuckl 


late MMMO, is rocoi 
in. 

ollbe wiwol food on tbe ludav oC Apr-.l, 










to 



UIM 



ot war, o. ,u,i- 



iiiadroo had djMuucrtJ, anu. it 
>rLMh 

r indebted to urrcpiadeia 

.l..ru.t*oti 

rcklitj uocrnipuiid to Utedcewi. 
the inou rcmrkabte cur 

iNMlM- ub^ptmu to any gruUtu. 
hborliov.1 ol tUc |rmK. lor terj |MU^H>- 



>r tcm to be eoniotujui) |IMMI| i h. p 

4 lolbcoow- 

iereoo's ootr .n <b M 

tbepreacMdaj. 

',. . '-.'.. r, 



13.' 




BKLDCEWATBB. 



BATTLE 



TkM Ibr - 

! of our aoootry 

-. 






! ... 




by the aruf>cl 
trk Wry reiuri** 4ih oi 



The SSth of July. Ml 4. C 
ia*ta*y ike wkW apraadtof 

i I i it * __ :V 

cooontoud IN IM Mood of 



M Amcr. K rtitde and pride. 

ippc.a were 
:i'a heat 
a.. ad the arms of tW Unit- 

- "ll'k^T^^'ea'ipa^.of I5I. and '15 
.>jUml, were, on our part, e- 
.truo- 
Hid badly omen 

lual shading little thcorttkal 
i depart- 
were irregularly 
on the par: 




or p.- 




A w. 

at cc.ntpKuc.ut. 
rn< 

: *uch at of circumstance* 
lor vb4r oor artny arcrard under ce of 

i: ,1,-r .,!,-. I!,--:!, I ,.' ity, .....! ;!..' |O- 

so CoJuoUa. Ucpt tcX' Like a (km from hit den, 
Utt proud pa- rt frtrnuty ol freemen Lur . 
MM) prtclai.ur.1 the MefttfiN ..f the country which guTe 
twrthlo a Wuhtf^ton, a Jefirrtoo, and an Adamt. 



TW tampon of 1814 opined and our arny ap 
IW field, in prove*! bv . 
led by calathtcocd officers, deter n. 
diaaurra, TW rncaiy was repulsed it foitOtwegohy 
ioitnor number* fort i jutntjy su: 

cd to os: and on tl.e beajbta < 

can arms ere again triumphant. The 25th of July ar- 
liiod ood although both armies, siiu 
rjuictlt rcttng on their groun- 

coch others drtqroft. they now appeared mulually depos- 
ed to cut t i deadly conflict 

TW Drank army occupied aa eminence near the 
Qpafca-itnwo road, Upper Canada, and were defended by 
o bottrry of acreral t,uo. The position of our army was 

:. tot I", I ; t.-u iijih-5. :i:id . 

,. i - -.,'-... , '.. . l :. 

ard to tW OttaA , stul soon afterwards tl 

i i. '. : .: . , i . -':, ..'.:.! !.. ' Of faMi M.'l t.t 

deaih. The gkllani Jesup, at ihv head of ' 

.... :.;. .-.. : , . .-., ..<!i -.he ejreof a loW* r, thai :h.- 

roojaiaiiiistmi vUi tl. r hs utiproucted, 

kaMawdjotcfy threw him* > so hazardous 

apotttioo, by hit igaance mul , actually MIC- 

unaidtocaptorktf gen. Kial *nd several other officcra of 

:U roct&y't army. Hut the brigade of Ucott having 

.'...-. I .: ; ; : .... . II:. .,!. . m.\ MM H- 

cdoy acUrotdbvUcryofarUllery,wasnow: 

i*f lapwly m strength, and the ihades of evening were 

ot dusat ov A' 

oaaM up. led oo 09 As commander, gin. Itiplry, and 

look fca pooxioo between the first brigade ai.d the enemy. 

ts en which as plant. 

, WKS dcoeted to he iodbpensable to our securi* 
ty, ootwrtbtfMxiibf t :ii Un u n ilut the attempt must 
WoU4o4odwtthunusut.i spirits 

m our ra*ks w Was oo daoftr could diun . 

luwMatktd.^Canyo.. 
thot.koil 

oo nn< eao < fft- from the memory of an 





a*ao*it . seal fire. 1 1 r h^i 

ao<J tt- . ls w ho 

rHaacd to rarrrndcr werr baM*^cd at their guns. 
WhOeiU u;t .ssihti- jHtiormmg prodinca of valor, 
tW d, led on by gen- Kiusr* , aucceedrd Vdming the 
atetrr fron kt poakJoanaad subsequently took 



1 cannon, the 

i close 
Mritibh reso- 
! i.ricc wetx- the\ 

:nl the sanguinary 

Sis con' 

! ^ H, w< 

u , .n nun. 

at the moral : 

It is -t-gin 

1814. ; 

resuli 

Iterations on land had b. 

Our troops i 



yt-ar 





Un whatever side the eye was i 
was seen sate in our gallhi 

vcre om . imme- 

misfortunes by lantl, and a fit ci 

w forces, c nls an 

i"U9 5C- 
.(d, as 
. to the 

!icr t the 

ides. 

In a n general 

Niagara, aL> : July, mi. 

fought, and tl. > ll.ii;;- 

I aol )u^ huu,; 

gloomily over our military fortunes was now i!r>, 
.un of our glory was growing 

out in full nit- : 
ed fieM 

.'.ut the 

1 .loom gave way l - 
A new apd bei! 

body politic; '.t was enhui 

longer f' It Hv 
ulars; v 

:nd Ht last a uries of bnlliai.t 

exploit* - Jn, was followed by a 

glorious triumph on the banks ol tin- 
Thus, it will be seen, that the moral effects of tin; 

^e water were imp 
; 1:1 great practical IK-IK- fits, hfticuld it (!i 

. 

aohoAored and unsung? 
tongue to speak their praise i. 
tues? 

in ing these I 

! a conters 

with the l..i : p. UM..I HM km of it aeOBi 

lo be |i< 

. .! j-ursHRf, alid oti . of the 

very act 
remarks. 

well hs some very i:. 

i wounds Hiid exposure, with 

remarked ' It has, indeed, sir. n has never 

known the merits of my array; and if I have- o reproach 



AKMY Oh I lit. 







to to i 

m 

.br^Jjr, id, aridity. |O 
rfrfSl, 16*1. March. 



, . . , . 



' 



(MM 3. Bron.tobe2d 
/ Merger, to to 3d l*u- 
,'.,.. to* ' Ul !. K-.. ..-../.. 

4*, 10 b 3d lieu- 



.(cnaut.tu Uc 

ll frt tmctU oj 

to to tpu, itt May, 

oiujt Parker, lo t>c captain, 3ll Ma) , 
> to lit lieutenant, 
IK; lil IJeuteuant, 

. iy.':. 

3 be 2d U-u- 






... l i be Ut hcutcnant, 
10 be 3d lieu- 

1 I laker, major 3J iiibntrv, 



iiler, Uj be eapHk, 18Ui 
n *en t to to l 



,. t(iu 4tti ulMUJ7, to 
ltL 

l it.c ftl artilUry.tu be 
OttmiMarir t loth March, IUB. 

. >ianl surgeon, Stb 

uUttint AniLoujr Drenc, 3Ui atatry, to to a>- 
-*sUat quarur nwHtr, ! - . A 



14 

s. 

11. 

i... 

i. 

c. 

y. 
u. 
If, 

5. 
It 

x 

r.. 

JS. 



July. IMP. 
C*1rt Hob M H ixe, 10 b. 

<-.!,- I \|.u. . Kl..,.l'...: , '. 

v ... . i .; 

< Car,. tobcbrrrrt'Jd 

UdM.ll, to to brevet Id lu- 






tokl ..,.:.! 




L 



, to bo We vet M 



< rfrt b*r> \\ H. -:- 

MM. 

aai 

wn, to be brerel 
ut.i .;>. 1999. 

rima*if 

: 

lottb.tobebreret 84 

Itt J 

.ru,to bcbrcrct 3d 
Ul.l 
Cadet K,-:,. .:. lOtobrr 

la July. is-rJ. 

/Vr/ rfiml ifirfantry. 
Cdet Sydney Cur bank, to be Urn* 41 

it; 

..tauB,tobeWe*et*4 

Ufa, to to brevet 34 111 HIM 1 1, 

IM J 

itm 

acvu K. SulLrao, to Urttl 'Jd IliiaHatof, 

Gwfctldard U WOliMiu, to to br^trt 9J 111 iHi 
ant la July. ISO. 



Ul 



Cadet A 

Cadr/IUIiarO & Sorev<o. to to bretet id 

1 fcrtl reytmnl futfamtry. 
,vk( LMMMter p. Lu^. 

53. C- II. Warftcid, to to brtTct 3d 

:, in July, 1139. 



M 

i, 



It tfDIANS, 






nee, to bt brevet Sd Itraten- 



jryprt rtgtmm y iiutunif . 
& Godot \\JUio II. Hvtard, to be brevet id lieuteo- 



6*db . llo.e, to be brcr| id lieutenant, 
d* JaiU Clark, to be brevet td lieutenant, Itt 
41. CoiS'liwftW. IUotl.lobr brwvettt licuten- 



Cairo WM/; to be bcTet 9d Iratenani. lit 
jl^.AUcm. to be bretd liruten.nl, lit 
Moore, to be brevet Sd Ifeutenant, 



UtJa 

Cadrt AIbrmrle 



lieutenant, 
Codj, to be brevet 3d lieutenant, 



IJ 

89 fed* J.ie. II. Wr*ht, lo be brevet *d lieutenant, 

iMJuli. IW9. 
$& C*M JOMUMO Frrcmati, to be brcrct 3d lieutenant, 

43. Godot Ckj^ioa MT, to be breret 2d lieutenant, lit 



tcl id lieutenant, 



Coitl Goon* A. Sterling, to bebretcl 






17. C*dct Job* P. Dam, to be brevet '.M lieutenant, lit 
44 Codot Tbroi.v .,ci, to be brevet 3d lieu. 

m ooounand of Ibe teeretarv of war, 

9, .(I. S en. 

OKOEB, No. 50. 

font ffneral't office, 
, 6th *1uyu9f t 1830. 



I. OflUtrt having rank in ar my, the 

staff, or 
not at*.. j.-.t OI , duty 

1 .1 post, 

-HI the 
ilutj assigned : ,- i: ,l,ility 

cut, and on duty with inch command, will suocc 

to :my 

posmr ii t assume f !. ||r 

moat Brit have been N by some competent au- 

1 ity to- 
Ini cumin. 

command the whole, theaer* 

miskiuus of w , 

t, assume t 

JOHN i : f, sec'yof::- 

BIT order of 

gen. 
Ctmmandtne the 



t. The onsen wbooe promotions and appointment! 
*r* |iiiinhjpnd hi the above order of the secretary of 
wor, *od herewith announced to the army, will report 
for dolT aecordmgl . . 

I . . > /. Hants, u II r- ;. Ml in Ultrr 



lo lh*jr rr;- ' < irU, who will *&igt 

amh oaoipaoje* M the interest of the acrvioe may rrqunY ; 

thrr ore krrehv anthoraed to or abt 

Vine 1st of Novrrnbrr. when tr regi~ 

aara/i. and rrport lor dutj, unless otherwise mstrueied 

order ot major j: rub: 

gen. 



CUKCKBVIXO BREVET. 

.' M2' 
The MbjomH rrfiUilont, approved by the 

dk.fawiaacM.Mid pobnahedtor the Mitormation anl 
WMKM of all ooaotrwodt 



I 



M.4 o< thcolat mrtielr of r. 



tngr^Jcandctmmu, 

oo aniOBioa I, eteepl on de. 
corps, an- 1 within th c 






of troop* . ni Ml 



the MM* aJ. 10 ptrorm a ,rtH-ol.r trr 
boam4 for a laanr.i IMD- : vbca w*ch a 



dctaohmeot is 

pn< of 4dfcrra* onrpa, brevrot rank wdl take el- 
fcrtaieo%iura^ WAM it* 6latarua4 of war. 

*r th* MM IH|' oi war, brevet rank will 
tilaoiloat m cwta aMrUd, wbcti compoaed ot officers 
71 

cMbriv nat<.nil lamli. mA i 












or the r- 
cseept on 



J 111. l^lxl'jrjlv i.ii/i k 

Address of the Creek* to the cttizen* / Alabama and 
jia. 

: i, have 
stood Glut much 

,u various [ ; couu 

try; w. 1 

the Ure knaUouil i> 'i\ to the 

citizens ol s:ud slutebj and MC iLhrn that much uneasiness 
jnt ul it. All '.Ii 

: uj inlorm th't 

' ilie rc- 
us pcrsu:. 

;i will, from 
our m- 

).w, bj 

the cit) 

i ,<ran- 
now 

..u Hunk ot i 

. 

w isn our elm 

i !l 10 CUlti- 

isu Mini instruct 

our i. ul the 

I wii.ti . us lar as Uiey are capable oi o doing, s w 

A-iug in ihe 

I aits .1 us (hat v 

do the Mum and m i . t ons, 

ve uill 

4SM1H. Kill. 



i justice Mini uihgua: i ill JH HI OUr C8USC. 

a Krual, li.ij,, i'.us t ,cuple. You 

ate I : ... ipiea, ,,ce laws, 

.t conception 

n oui lo U!> ills and 

...v b . ;. guaran- 
r ' (1 Siates. 

.-; j ., on the 
part of our nation and ourselves, to accept ihe warmest 






ii, I !,* 





Jt, free of doty, orftha 



. 



M ! , 



'rilfnt wrrtunt, 

irml /or /. 



N! \ 
w fAr ' 



etfnn 



... 



il c.', r. ! v - 
alway* prooore I 

,r.cr. i, 'U ,t, I',- 

TtepriMtand 
to-reatrktion, at rea 



atria* 



' -a? 



Me 

Jot .1, 

>lh 
rt 



lion,', 






FMMjlrania 

lll.no,, 

vorkv n,.( 
mated at 



.. K^ Uattac 

>:.(,. lull 

Wacca abort 

K,,, .\.l.u , 






CM MMh 

i 



X-,.,,,-..,, '--'-.-;- 

. 



10,000 

74,931 

:AV Jii 

7i3 



1.0UO 
J.OOO 

45.000 



10^000 



741 



8,250 

5,000 

45.000 



1,000 
1 ,104,458 

SM S.v 
16,0001 
10,000 

:>." 

GO.OOO 



1,1'M.k.vj 






I', :.>! 



..,.,,, 






nlbr to Articles for the 



IDMT af 
Myjily o 



afthl 

oT U 



real want. ,,l vxr-ctT. No nai. 

her ne1,bora for upply*c the MM of ofri 

rar H , * ,'.; : ,,,-.... >, ,., ajft 

M 

of Mater/, awl 

:.:-'. ..:-. ! 

,' ...... .,- .'''_ 

ahould not, o far u the neaat iu pora may 

j r. :.,; .!x. 

hlatory of nor revolntkwajy war. iaprqn 
argiimmu un il.i bead; and the protaaooa that 
fben to the manufactory of blankrt%, eoarae voolh 
other wpplirt for Hildienr. .n- r X preaae of the light b 
hkh ooacref hatrevirvrd theae 



led tounpoMOfthc t.mlT prr ertkt 
dotyoaforrt...it 

to enhance the oiMntura of home produce* I, wbout aW- 

. if at all. increnior the price to tfcccoMMMr. 

The threatened repcaJ of the dvtj, b* in tome defret , 

hovvrer. eouutenrailnl beoefieal eflcJ . ad Iniai 

ed the practical n - would have bro 

. ' - :, x :. . . . ' ;, r ... 



duction of dooMttia talt, and in the inreatnaeM 

.rraut the brlie< that it UI be 

ed politic to continue the prrtea* duty, rather than re- 
pea] or leaaon it. 

i . ! \,-.,: . . -.-... 

MBftf, '- i kpaaajDi tax i tfritftcajM 1 m tv n.an- 

i article, and the deliber.tmt of en^reaa 

' cation upon the 'yMatioai of irptaiaiaf or IT* 

'? ' """M!*" 

[We meet wkh the followiaf m U y. I u - 



In Ofc* are 






, .).... 



, l^Tod, K ,r, . tolcr. 
(tbeMltii., 
the 

: 

ihr fol- 
>vaaioo of" eoncreaa, the twenty per 

^alt,a naeaton-. that m antictpatioa. not 
aflaated the home product wo o( thu article for that rear. 



n 01 me aaii ntaoe ai ine OMerent maoulaclorte^, 

* tin- - Cf :i-'-.C4t,- produv i -/'. , ,!,.- i , ,,.; 



. Md AtnuaWi SO 
ot brtee riTr a huahei, worth 
I.Ja.k.on.onihe.Saa. 
ota, and on the f lockhorkio,;. are *et , r*l Ji naa) hi 
ow a haR i..t hrr* annk Jfti f t -eij hu 



. :i ' In i ' I ' 






k. rrq 

other apriat*aiUMaute t 



tothrkoitorl. 



Oiereare 






In Krntndfy tbr tain.' of the I 
tbr >n..l povlu.t.^-. >.-n,r.f: nnully .bout 10.000 

the wirr s like thoae of the K. nw wi. ke. 



14 NILMPIBGISIT.R -AUGUST d,1929-T)TVNFR TO MR EVERETT. 




ww ^ - wt %r *^viw *-j^' 

IUO buUirli d.y, which v II. I , 

.-, , dollar* per bu*rl. After mrioui attempt 

far ft .rr*r*. ai>< 

fret, iW RTT.Ur ,.n nl UK ay ihr.<t>xh solid rock 

good awpply o4 bnaw ha* I 



where extrllea* alt hut been . 

inaklng to earrj on il 



Hk pc t MI i meihauatibl 
Wr MM sprints. iMMi 




Of wraith 

landJnjr through tlie counties o 
Btnaaa. Ontario, Niagara, (iencsev 
and tome mall un wrought ones n 



Moolesuosa, (Cayuga county) and Galen 

1 >aeaiiag, or Salt L*ke, as H U frequentlv term 
is six miles long n i s broad 

Ike Onondaga and OUaco cn h 
)swcgo river into lake Ontario. The 
Ink*, with it* vale, is surrounded hy hills of limestone 
nakis. Abundance of gyp v 
with the salt, in the same manner 



M haa been obserad in Europe. 

MS/ easterly point at which salt springs have 
Wen oaati uii m New York i nbout t 
vrat of L'uea; forty miles fart tier west arc the ml 



ring* of Oooodag*. The roost west westerly point 
M which they lure yet been discovered, is at Saint Kalha- 



TbeeoQntry or ralley of the Onondaga is seventl feet 
beJow the lerd of the adjacent plains, and consist of an 
&MWat*tl red and green rb, with their intermediate 



The springs rise to the surface on the bor- 
der* of the lake, and even far up tin- creek, supplying it 
wfcA water. On the borders of this creek, springs of 
Awh and salt water rise within a few fret, and, in some 
bstaaart, within a few inches of each 
rlty of salt held in solution vari-s great h 
Brings, even M those that arc contiguous, i 
of the brv* is mftotneerl pent ore of the aea- 

- Durmg the last sura ror, which was thi-t 
fwarkibJy dry season, the springs continued to discharge 
fbrtr usual S tuntiry of water, t 

been befora obaervrd. Many of them are dearrtt <i on 
of a stronger brine. The strength of 
t, as will he seen 



r 

sallowing list of brines, and th ir prod.; 
i the sprsngs in the town of Salina, (including 
-Ca of SdiM, Sjractisr, I jterpool 
tarfcl. His calralMrd that at least three mill 

ade annually, * .ndjus- 

^ ***' " *** *75WO 



saa, in the county of Cayuga, embraces salt 
l r t * *MH. The works are owned by a com- 
" in the iMnsifnatiut of refined or'r 



tJ , aam/ """"^ "' prp * cnt ' 

aomiry of Wayne, the town 



. 

''- IM .,, : ,. .. ; ,, r .,^. 

ff hoist 0,000 yearly There ara se%enl olber valua- 
ble salt aprsat sa thfeeowat. 



sl r*!uM: aalineai hot 



wrought, jarldmg on);. 



t *nd 
towwt; Vwt they are not prodoctire at 




the production of salt. Tl 



n used thus lar in 
. illv ot prent 
.mil uill soon 






' 
m Ml '. I. .. N . thai mam Ruropi "> hrme springs 

Norwich, in Enpl-u: I * dt to the 

'" ' 
.;th:it hixt- 

hold s<x ounces of salt r it fol- 

lows th.c Airing can yield six ounces ol salt 

! water 
. 3 of Salt would h- H BMtur:.' 

t salt, 16 a 

yield onl\ lour nn'i tinces of i:*' 

that the atronceat brine c:< 

j .._,... '! remarkable caae it gave 



lie usual stf-n-lh H' tin- ":!t l.rini- springs. In Fmncr 
leren per cent, is il 

, or perhaps all our brine springs are original or 
primary sources. 

At Halle, in German >. places, 

mines are WM in the 

(i ck, and forming dykes to turn wntcr into them. 
where i' I It is ihi-n drawn off 

and evaporated. In roost easesjudgnmit :. 
are necessary in drawing wHli-i 

natural or artificial, w!n-r- it reposes immrdinti-ly nn the 
suit. As the stratum ol':-:, -.alt has 

n contact with ! to be saturated in its turn il is 

to keep wntf-r in motion 
uuved the jju-:t ntiliU dllhis exp-di.Mit, Bfalafc will S.T- 
uratc th- wuter in :\ mud. Irtious and r 

I manner than hy allowing it to remain t 

DINNER TO MR. EVERE II. 

A p'.i.lic dinner was given at N see, or> 

. ot 

II political parties, to ' Massachu- 
setts, in testimony 

sa scholar, a statesman, and a gent ' , w - 

ng note was addressed to him by a < 

Jfiukville, May 30, i 
Ion. Edward Everett, 

:.e undersigned, in behalf of themselves and o 
. citizens, residing in N.-ishville 
>pany at a 


r day as may suit 

It is peculiarly gratify ing to the citizens of this town 
nd n : "d an opportunity ther. 

cor- 
al and sincere respect lor your personal chracier and 

Very respectfully, your obedient set 

I :i '.K, 

ILL, 

To which he returned the follow ing answ. i 

: S29. 
Mwr: i, Kphraim 

have been pleased to address to 

,'i[ ii.er or jour fel- 

w r '.I 



-, I8S9- i 



J..IJ 



I ' 



I ... 

. r ,', 



^ .d. 

.; \: ... 



hcrr will b tbe 
bfar<tni ! ire for- 



ml lUtl.tu. ,, 

.;. Om rm 







tldr,l. Mr. E 

t.J.itt !.< 

I 






of i>j.jir. ,,- 



,. .! 



lit* nlrr- 



I L 



fordt. A 



-. i - 
i : 



t:cimn, (TV 
inrcl tretard 



ivwd T,. - -,-.- 
,.. . -.. , , 

w,, I, 

,.', 



niv- II 

: ;. I 



! r,..! .....; h '"I. 



> o 
mo mirfQnr 

- - 



, . . . 



rell b 



yoo, 



trmfjtlu- 



reuac rom timir attcntont 
>cal fr.n,lt; (lcntion> wl.ich "nnlft h 

t poneM, toil would Cvt 

<rauin!n i-x, .. . , ,; : , -. . ;,. .- ... v , , r . , 






mrrelr, b 
of the Mnram*. i 

v. 

' :. 

Ih^l Irrmzcn-U 



loa-eberwbcd. 



.thio 



m thr rrtnot- 



I -. : , - - 

L.' ; ^ 

o*5cr world. 



jc*r, primrti 
decay of agt 



Moiety bu 

fa ' ><> 

I . . , M . 



itHtentif for R 



Were ibr> no 
grwj bajn'of a 




i:il-AUGD8T *9, 18*9 UINN KK TO MR. EV Kl, 




It wa. MM til 



a jrt of llcgara k the west, 
t*ttola*MlBth*)ati 



la the ooaatry** progress re- 
at Iht Mow wa* struck. 
A 



who M 




UM poruls of the 
id be thrown open 

by authority .fro* the 



their ariilrmMiia heyond the Ohio. 

.dvrniurvri. 

emgv, who moved forward at the 
of the irai omnuis. It is : 



that h) tht tear 17*6, aot a white man was found settled 
oa the Traaeeoa* or the Cmbertmd, by a party w ho, in 
that rear,- d*e*sadwd thet* rim* ,tn of 

the atatr, at tht jinamt period, cannot be leu than 

tht rapid growth of the western 
stales, that -he tra- 

Kor this growth he n> 
he iada it set down in the - 
of the eoaatry , and because as a mere m> 

W oannot but comprehend it. That which 
m with astooiehmeot it the advanced Jtale of 

. he wH- 

:',. U.T- *t r-i:i'nb "iiii'lmg not i , : < h 



iii that region never regarded the great work 

It was in open the 
men, 
i share 
pattad away 
strug- 

ountcr. and 





with fertile lands, but with hig .filled, 

not with wild huoUrs, but with a si, 
Tto toreau arc Blertpcr rrgions he has left, 

wfth vfllaget active with all the arts of life:- 
ON night; riven in ooc of thoef floating castles half 
awl half palace, which the genious of I 



IBM kna^hod on all our waters; built here in greater num- 
ber* tfaM aa the east, and with at I. ait equal magnifi- 
Hwe{ tad on these rirrrs he fii -1^1.1- 

down to New Orleans, aocoeaaiou of large towns sur- 
paaaed only by a few of the All Crowing fast 

into ,a rivalry with some of them; nd uli..,;\ in li i. t 
merely m wealth, t- , and In 

all tke aMCItuikiM, that adorn Uie nature of social iuitlk-c- 



be contemplated withoat 
and gratification. I am 



anrtTyoa wHIperdon me fomddmr. xesthe 

fNiUr . with which a MM of Ne 



ew England coi.tem- 
iJatcs k, t* fad that among those, who have s< 
aajBlHili ofthMgrr > bo have come not mere- 

It to share roar prosper n > mcr days to nartuke 

the n>ore doubtful fortune, of the early settlements, are 
at* a few of thcehildreaof that distant reion. He re- 



region 

that be is able, ra addition to the ties ot common 
, and lava, to trace those of com- 
aad kindred blood. Nor doe. he rrjoicc alone. 
l^U festive occasion, 



giatliaua, ia a pledge that you too *rt not leu willing to 
aetee aa opportunity, however alight, of promoting that 




my birth, gentlemen, compared 
i barren region. Our 
harvests which 

are we connected 

like ),-,, which 

of miles, and bind 
on the coast. Hut I 

of im 
. not ^ 

wofiocrt ill progress* 



bare shown them what s most worthy of ootier among 
oorsrtfes, we bab<ualh *dM, that thi. i> Irtlle, eorapared 
wkhtlrMto a .mmgiaaeiito(thcwest Weboaat 
of roar miar .maniiu rathar thaa our own. W, *r* m 



^, oar comf tarativcl v tardy progress 
oolouad ; Mem. with your more rapid 
Vii.,nc^iilii- 

"A. to you to complete the great uo- 
aahat begun b, the father? of the 
. who settled the AUaotio cosst. Be- 



! "l tfM Itri,. :,|,u, K M,, <h, 

whole western world as an abi 

>,nce the f.rst iftllu-s i,f tl.e A 

tUtrlj preceding you waa here 

-ars has pur- 
chased for you that security an.: 

with us < ., I,. ,11. \ 

that you w ill .,i, t( - ihr men and 

the deeds, which are among the dourest titles ot our 
glory. In easting the eye over the map of your state, we 
..ines of your counties, those of our 
Lincoln, Gree: . : ,,.-i I'M 

are thus linked togeth- of com- 

\otioutothe pre. ur grc.it and 

good men; and we confid- i.tlv i. ,i in the assuranr 

ent generation, with us as with you, shall 
have passed away, <> \ <ll mute \Mth "vours, in 

the tribute uf gratitude to those who, whether it the north 
or the south. the west, have Iriumj. 1 

..ve stood or fallen, in their country's cause. 

men, it has been justly st.it' hen the 

>us shall he taken, the valley uf the Mississippi 

will probably be found to contain a population larger 

I Hum that with which the old thirteen states plungi d into 

'the revolutionary war, and when, utter a period ot ten 

years more, yet an 

i oimcils uf the na- 
tion. The sceptre Mill IM- n d.-part Iro.n Jndah t, 
return. We look forward to that event v, 
as in t: , .iii , f this grest re* 

public. We have a firm faith that our interests | 
tually consistent; that it yon prosper we shall prosper, if 
you suffer \\c shall -offer; that our strength will grow with 
the closeness 

honor, and prosperity will not sutler in the preponde- 
rance, which in the next genera' a must pos- 
sess in the balance ot the cjuntrv. Cheers.] 

One uord more c and 1 will 

patience. In the course of human events, 
that we, who are now ass. be as- 

<gain. It i* <>>at w hen ur 

-hall |> .rt this evening, the most ot us will do it to meet 
no more on earth. Allow me, wih the seriousness in- 
separable from that te ling, to assure you, that this un- 
! and flattering mark of \our kindiu ss will never 
be forg ! i stance 

or place, and in whatever vicissitude i fortune, 
Mill hi : d, as one of the most grated. 

dents ot my I t me, in taking my seat, to re- 

ciprocate the si ntinient last air sing 

inhabitants of Nashville, may their pi 
like their eity, he founded on a i 

speaker sat dowi. I cheers. 

7. A general diffusion oj Icnm-lciltfe'l'liv great gua- 
: our independence mid prosperity. 
it age in wltich we live An age ot philanthropy, 
discovery, improvement and enterpnze. 

.< harmony of our domestic circlet. May it not 
be destroyed by political dissensions, nor imm <f by the 
free expression of opposite opinions. 

10. The tote emancipation of the Catholic* A distin- 
guished evidence of the inarch of mind, and of the 
spread lings 

II O; fiiir countrywomen With mothers so patri- 
otic and intelligent, who can doobt the duiation of our 
govern M 

Hy (, -I I, e*q. pretidtttf of tlie day. 



The'bfkt evidence of goo nt; tree trade; light 

upt and impartial administration ot* 
justice. 



t.xesand a pure, ; 



By gen Gibhi, vice pretulent. Worth and know- 
< ledge, tPanftcendmi: ;'"t career the petty feuds 

.rtr. 

Several ot I. toasts were given, after which* 

I the company separated, at any early I 



BULKS' WHKKLY ItKUISTKR. 



lat. MII om|Mfli 



MI 



Irlt 



UAI.IIMOIUL SRPf. I, It*. (V.u XX \ 




l>Mt ar M. ILHk, AT 5 rkfl 



lhan un urar* thr ami of all da* ha* hca* U 
ji Ilia IBM tlr ruJI. art all aUftdajf. at*j UM vvlcr 



1% ;M^.-. . 




lR>n in ar< it.t 



D*-. C 

- 

2JJJJ*J ll'l f iMl'lM'l -M IS,- 

inlt r i!>.- it n t j,,. ,j, ,,, . )C(1 ,,| \ 



Ml II. \ i>|ul 

(oit^l.K-, ( 

. 

ed 10 ihn 



r':i..l, 



d buMrs. 



TKMII> . ore- 

topprd, or are eipeeteU to *topj 

:i go on at heretofore. 

greater van tv ill bo grt- 
ton* of me spindle and llw loom 



;. n !! 

aal a rt all) 



MMMmmil .- 

**.'l ll . \\l i . . \ ' . 

Ibeaaeom. 



HJM M 






in a p 



d by a Urge nujomj, al 



A BIW wi cr, tbc et'kor o< the 

^tT^aSKTSffi* 



1\ ; ( i :it- tl .ii i!. S ! : in, .i..! . : t am. n:. -1 .th irvrrk] 
eirxant prtnta, amoof them a toe aafiniaa of tbe !. 




*TVRXKTBAB Ar The nUior f ibU 

paper pro r >ri i.. mUrjcr , MM to k>WM odrrMaV 
taandpo)iole<MKaiy. I 
. nhe aqr of Waihamtoa, aaVr tW Itrai 
,n.cr the tide of Che "BiMrr i/ da 
CMtfl .- iMa* b Mk rUat* ": ^ J<- 



" " ' 



: " " : - . 

imkm. orBra4MMb^b^| |lMatM v avvrHraWi* 

f V- mt*i*m i Mfturftaafar r te /A* av^aft* ** Tl_i IM __ __ 

. .t c. ...-. " f >- i .-", 



18 









TK< i 

WaAmgun C.M 
cih.bumg ibe r 

. 

atateoKtii, cihib 



made tun fi* ) 



' ' ' * 
d, by !.*, to be 



+pcrty in 



'/ .. 



- 



I A) 



in. ,.":, 

yV9,47i 

iy6,;io 



1829. 
. 



l.H.," 

l.v 



1^ 



06T 404,655 

tea it ' n '- total list fain* d 

:il ot thu \ >g com- 

l, lbc* cix- juMTkit-d ! ^,3/ 5,719, e- 

cakli tn! scnl tkiue u inucli 



Sornctiroe <hoc ve MW to 
. .. |enl editor o< :!,,- N, 

: ;: . :..- ;..;! .: on to Mad 
nutiofu < 

>g the quant il r ot sugar 

i <l *uii ucli rcu:irk and 
!. ii. i ader, MBfiaiMr, i" 

.i.^ ii.lt>riu.iiM:i il.i(j>c t.i 
\\ . li-.i\- I,K: M-I u a cop) 

Amrrican; a 
BOfajduodcr Uie hca<U ut lite 

> > ii"- ' 
tu^ar and n>uLMe i.. 

- .il*o j;ncn. The lollow- 
the aggregate atnuuui ut the 



t*o arixlcs made in tbc 












: htlh 



. 



K), or say 130,000 
pott that 
increased consumption of 5,OOO ho| 

upon which pr i.e.-;;.!. ''< \ i,,f .1 

ke place. \\Y suppn 
tiom increased cultr at.oa to be 15,080 ho- 
we doubt not 

production, :. u 10,000 hi, 

data at 






stimj.' 

will be as ur 

who i 



n as cott 

i '!, and 

T 



;>s these 

'luce some to p-auhc ! 
sutne a btirllioi) ut ucbl. 

SILK. 
the year 

,s pluces amounted to 



,s p 
rts, 



on the estate of Mr. Ubr..chc, MI m.les aborc New 




The following, taken irom the "N. Orleans Adver- 



.uing for home consnm; > >,7u'.J 

\ports of bread stuffs and grain . 

leaving a balance against us, between our ex j 

tuffs and import* of /A $, 1 ,756,037 

[The importation 
silks, pa)inga duty nt twenty 

;fie down!;., tdf and the 

thackles upon 
last st-sftioti to let an honest man purchase a true- 

i\es on whii i 
unlr), for tbe purpose of cultivating : 

lions art 

t it. Ran economist^.' How 
idual do business u. li. 

1< n;. .;u .1 li.'.l. Jl.. [ JJOH. < 

i 1TRBXAL SLAVE TEAOR. A 

pujwrr, gives the details of a blo 

eight r.. 

1C negroes, 60 in u 

chained and hand-cufT> d "m the usual num. 
AMBV poor wretches, "and th:ii. 

succeeded n separating the irons which bound them, 1:1 
such way as to be able to throw tin: MI <>!}' nt 

journe) two oi the sl:i 
lh ir shackles and coiumci, \*hcn the w . 

.11 -.jili |. is whip to :mprl ii 

At this moment every n-'gro wa- ' liber- 

ty; ami one oi llieiu, seizing n i;lu!>, 

blow on the 1. dead at histe-jt; and Al- 

len, who had come to his assiht . M- tatc 

contents of a pistol tired l.y another of the gang. 
Gordon was then attacked, sci/ 



!''' i , t '. ' : ' '. . 



. 









l.n ,- 
Md 



. .-. . 
tbr 




be admirably 



" 

mil e,rur >! I be 

.' 

r uho resitlct at '. 
' brcn on u 

\ 

. 

The O|XT IHIVHI MTTI -> jcrang 

bock Ol C -IIU'I. ;Vjl I. - : . !I. ., 



r Di<is. sir. J. B. Ncflaoa of lift 
b(iM-i palrvtt 

:,::;::^:;:ri, 

ron into 



- !. !, , . : : ^ . i.-. .,-. 

i ad? atafe by meant of l~*ir\ a- , and wharu Other l wo 
-ci are newly reorfr to be bloo In the aaamr 

II fawl It aeeonplMned. aod that _ 

;.,,!. 

LI .u I | 01 I. V. I'll!. . . | :. ,: - f . ) . 1 

Kt\>C rtrvc'luUoO Ml IMC* CfeQOCy 0% V^ll fti p^MK469 Ol OB* 

( MJrr iruo-.of k s ha*^ 
for tome time Wen a)*u blown t!* heated air, baH . 



MM! - 

n 
Irom wt!. lo* of ih 



*o*t. Tl- 
T:. N nc"i, IMHC enoailj ukm MO 

\i general lown rocrim-, held or. UK- *Mfc 
be iM%or aolborUeH, tftc MNM olihr | 



i. ' 1 ' ' 

. again made 
from the t rood won of a IIOUK- 



vat, 

: 8- 

car>c, by jampinr 



,! , an cn^mrvr m Hir ^mcr of the 




Tut 






. 



errieeof thoUo 

route of a pronged rmi road, from 
to Mime point on the Karaoke . 

-rcBDiM c tter from 1 

:terdam. bh . pa 
.zette, Matea that the ahip eaual (roaa !i< 






of n trmj 1> | 
eeat 10 wandal 
tan r<; corrv 

OUl the !rut (tt. 

' 

. uucc t dirrctljr eo 

1 
. 
eorrccti.rsi 

uany ) 

i, disord 

uocoutrolK<l. 



VK. T 

tams ooltec of n cxcaTntor 
vtnled Mr. \V. Bnc!i. ol 



btPUMd lot Auguit, ult. The- depth of icr on be hravht 
i orrdttiblc aet, tod we eher- ' toil fret, and t 
bifet hip of th. 

I'rattc TMOOI 

i vcatHlvejean 

'" ,:' ! , 



>l periodical nut- 



,....:. v , \ . . 
mm** ..,' v./, Mb >., . t . 



'.,:... . I ! . . ..-.. I 

n 



tdrcn: all mauaxd at the Mhlai 
. 

>iMiiecawe of aadmdavle, kilo ***** 

ah>iMoaModaaoM.ltwllhfl 

> thaeaofedavtHMarappla9d 

torn of th poor at w.-ll the rids irooi at- 

M period of jroefth whe tii tocti- 

100 of th chj t xr ta approprirf^ to thit 
apaiialoil. ad we rcnl hHievv M portioji 

. : 



' 
ao loaf M her 

: ' 

'. V - ..>,.- 



V 

only certain 

M ; niqiu . Ciujulaloupe ami 
laad'i 

i, |MMfl ! 

ire one 
\ br prr" M i 'H' ^ 

tot*.; ..u.ilu- 

ml Atm-ni 
UormrJt*r HhvrnU. f l.rs ami 

I even 

iiiii.ilK : 
. MlfT"iill H c.n .in :\- j I. . ! otlirr 

s (.1 Hi.- ki 
r*th of ll. 

ntct.trrt*. -lrrrroar> out 20 vessels, and 

i*dbr?r -r >i 

.. ttriking r 
TM- w;. IV' H 1 IK- 

rrvml SMiim 

.! I kU. t- d(K. 

- 

.' CUrlmcl-.nrt Ir Mates, on 

ftornl Uruin] ' rpw Pacl 

M a 1 M , 

ifcirtln .' 



ken t) 

, : ; , til WR* ttiil ;.r.'M, ^ (,n. TIic 

*c lo4 c. ; 

cfemsrd bonet, and (in>r. 

. . : ' ' .-._' per <--nt., al- 

I. -,-!, ^.r! ! p,.i;. .'.! .,.-...' rtlian 

. . 
! vicluaU, 


rrmarki arc trans!..- 



IX T*K K* '.iowinr, said to 1/e 

Croat a Prrnch | In wcrn, who t \ can in 

rniilirt an" 1 



mhMr ' :-,.', 

. .jl the 





f" baa rten pevrtntr 

. . - . : - 



, - on ; . , . 

-aw blood from him; l-it ;< 



Mtoertbri) at ll.e rUnp e worJ," 

koari tmw the dettnMkm i 



.;....- -i. ' ', !.,-. hmisrll, :in! 

liouscora; 
Kran-1vi R Mor tin ; the ROTCI .. xvoi -Id approves 

ill , - 1 ', \ i|, IM JiVl- l> UlC 

bat I brr to rrwrnlKK) a iah him, and Ute tribuodi 

' you liave done witli In 



lo make prrtMTatwa f < trans- 

MMfOiol the ft*itt*n n romo 

tl*rr. iMl 10 the jirrtmcr of the return baclii. Ijrcathc a l 

rWf 01 the black runocl.i, I i arc .nir: a > witi^- nee. " 

' -'.' - , i ',... 

nmer pnwr*i% *|| * i,, n i >n , 



tlMpO liro ytr: 

' 


: 

*'that an . In ceiv- 

11 not 



One- 

, , ... 
ton*. I 

( 

eonv 

.. ; .''.'' '" ' - ! " ier ' 

d, ili" 

' 

Durham, ;.rH 
rto^.. ll>e eotnr w America 






latenee. ?> 



.it at 

:...' i ' ! 




n>4^n~ halite arm, at l*t^am*.iT.> 

ri Mnation owtrr the erown at nai 




lj -*lf,tdjroralrlotl.eeithMie hw* and 






... 



rojmx Tutu* 
nit of new theory 
lie planrtarr bo 
il been rreeniJt 








' 



' 






. 



M ,.rr to. m hd MHMMIC 

' IVfliMlMNfl / . ' \kt J.-.J.I* 

'lie COOTW^. Who. n the J 



l'.| i ' , I : i >. 



; : MM 

, ' . 



I. , 



*%'" C ^ r 1 ^' . * <" t * ^ 

i-fwrof 
bled to toor labor*. ' 



prrmwr, raollrUif like pfwirf U ol -rvfrtu 

M ,.rr to. m? hdJ^ MHMMIC iTpwl 

H Mil ' I 

'lie COOTW^. . 

mt ft voul'i I*- OKT r.r Afo* irln-.f of |MM 

'.' V, I . , :. . . / 

ot br bUmr<l for h MflCl MM. 

Tbr Coorter deofet ib.i 
n. 

.n doubt it n 
IOOT* canTiupd In rcruna qu. 


aTUrortW-l UM fcfc 

tune h diiit(j> ton to 




fT.rr 







n obcaloi>. ' 

P 

n. 
nuimte with ttscncrgj and ppai 



cK ) h 



. . i | 

t .on of 5 percent, on broad ej<tta n mv 
I derttood to te a nmge fnnnded on tl 

ich good* rtrtetly tneamrvd by thr mannfee- 

iwt by an i. 

drd 

quantity not / wtfav/ and 
.- not the t 

S < 



rrn* M rirr 



M in the hand vritinBT of 



... ' >n. a trantli* 



- r araw 



. ' : . 



c to the former. Hut ai the quantity and mine 
under refolar adralorrm d -n% . bear a uniform rebttioo 
to eaeh otlier, they bare no donbl been conlbvoded ro the 
,1,00* before the adoption of tneu- 
rnTof ISS. which fiset what may be termed a afaftnw* 
on ibete Kooda, n-u in aay 
,:<.' ,.-,'. . ' 



t',c rel value bat 



' - . 



lookMf Into Ute orn> of the eattomatanonrrnnf |nhf 
or an uniform rqrulitioo TUu vaadone in framaw 

. + .^^ ft ,! *i a>aa ban* awmnianw ! i ik > afc.. Am A 

- . 






'. ; . 



rtit rot j: i 

rooiidrrinij the brramt atote of thr 
ont. and M la Mated that thr L 



- . i. . .. ,\ , . ,;: .- n .. ; :, 
vnce brmg heir anparct.t. and 



English ,j. i 

uerri.'Mi t r 
:ui.; re 
I 

mer and the infancy of the lattrr. 
good rraon lo : a thort 

o> t!icprect,tkinf, it will be neeef 
a a re-gen- '-wn U atkcd, upon 

c an<l nolmuird power and patron* 
. > case of Mich an emer- 
;iean lo be a hant one to amwer 

; \ i 




! train* J.Mtrnal, an 



oppnH 



km naper, and one r\- 



ean UDa^mr ra*t-. and one not of mere 



$1 itnat 
eonld de- 
of 



it dor. upon eiotb at fi. Henee the 
'.. nrfit from the drdvettan, 
r,, r! ', aft iMbvntovtl -.-. 
in 5 percent of h| whereby ft wonJd be tbrovn from a 
n%JMrto a lover el r : f 

cU*t, the dodoatn*. would be, not 5 prr eeot. but 60 
percent t a moot CTtraordaMry retnlt to be urodJM d nn- 
dereotorof M altoma^ for tht tnnDk ofelolb tr 




1 ^1 in error, 



leadttorrt 

. >( Ibe allo anor fcr awtav 

raretortit ou;M not to be made in eslcaiai inr the taJnw. 
u rrat the deductn from the ywnfafj(a dW 
itr*tioo. x . in tV aa-n- 



2, 1329 COTTON SAIL 



. :. . 

.- ,, : prHr ,; p.,% 



**, a*d at - h-trver prise H my b. 
1 1 ikiMMiliiT TbealUvMoc bt 
- uniform. Mid -p T.U 

III 



.-: 



It r*i 



Hi *nrt QQttMlvH^ 

r .11. 

I tbe trw 
as to this tc<K.cn 
i*d* sollhr u 



For Cbia PMSTD< 

due ror 
any st 
lt*rr~iVMglMrcOM 



. i.K!>n\(, ( . 

JVetsufrnrr, June S6f A, 1 829. 
I to*. (TH*a~ Draylon: 

I have taken the liberty lo tend von small 
n-l|h of cloth tt.tnul.citm .1 in Ithade Island bj 
Ml I ll I Charles Jackson k Co. of this town. The 
-tiiTr-'- pe of MSM cloth p-r j ard. It 

Vila. M rrud. for ft) eenU. At these prices I 
SMK! llus mMMSMture OM be sustained by a lair profit. 
I dooot brlirvc My station on this globe, other than the 
C. Statea, CM * this tin. . material, the mn- 

dsaftery, (be skill Mid labor, for such a fabric, nt such a 
cost. I ne, that any other region 

produces the Sea Island cotton of a staple equal ( > iliut 
lUaads of your ttnte and Georgia: The material 
of dus alotbss of that kind, though very far from being 

of thai kind of cotton. 
We ksM>w you of the south produce that kind of that 



- . ' . -I..! i - \ i ! 'ing SJ \Afv of :u,v .p- fi : ,,| cloth, i 

MjtJ on 95 I asked the .[-. nth. 

, ' : t % :r implr l'h-% t II n, . i'i it for the 

tie from tbe I price at \ 

var.J) it is strtmg, fine and > , ,t t!u 

- i!iun 

. t . ' , i ' , > ,i <!. :. ! '''.;! i . :.s \ on w ill p. tvrivi' 

with 

prc'i' 

I fortunate, as !< 
i 

nion, in H V 

ill again be, suftii i . lalm- 

>nd ably advocating the interests of ' 

urrrs, ;. will h'-st pro- 

; 

that I am in >>-. >r, \\\ t:<k> 

Mured that yoa will acquit 



I h abould be 
ital instruction 

in op- 
id it ice 



I; but we of the north hare not lutli-. r 
to pot in operation the appropriate ra;*' 
cr Autenea might, at Urnum*-. c-xKitMt to die vpridsoch 
f abrksai neither Europe nor A tia t I. Al- 

fbe^sgb I do not rank veavtng, even as practised l>\ t ' 
liirrst hands nfan'iquhy, among the fine arts, v< ' 
IM permuted to believe that such products of that art, 
vbetber m their own native whiteness,or when pnssed un- 
*r Ike operation* of that skill which can give such vi- 
riovs beaaty to their color, would form n drapery, giv- 
fg to animated intelligent beings a more inu-r<.< 

than the bappet pencil of antiquity could have 
oo the fairest form of muse or goddess, pro- 
by the painter's imagination and 



If tbe plsntalions, spindles, andlcnm* of our country 
have produced, it will nevertheless be al- 



Inwed that they CM nightly strengthen ot 

bH*. These physwal do in some degree rescro' ! 

toov4s of unioni they increase in strength ns tl 

Bo long as thotr feelings which in the revolutionary 
' r mechanic, ol It. Uhnd wi-l 

j CM be Mtttinoed in fair operation, the pro- 
i of yotsr plantations and our loomi will be as use. 
M Md ornammial to the neople of this generation, a-. 
ftWra harvest of the fidd" were bencficbl and il- 

I prar of yo, sir, to accept this Ihtlc snmplc of our 
natiotMl skill. || i,. | confess, but a tery madenate ex- 
IPMaoa. 4 tbe very high estimation e here br 

Tls, of the p*trtisra and candor of him 
iprraen*Ml. 
ba- the honor to be, sir, 
ror1^n- ICrTMt, 



., I tt 'ltfU4t t lew. 

llMB Sia I , (-Warner O J , bv'll.g I 

York for Chariron, befan Mr. Hey wrd bad received 
your.kiter and pare I, t 8 r, ,j.d not rrau 
day or two ago, or I should sooner have done 
fMMwe of anawering roar In-n ll 
twrt*f lojoo my ibanki far tbe specimen 



have dor 

of re- 
of the skill 

Hi* frnodoen to 



\\ rh ^rcut respect and esteem, 1 am, dear sir, your 

it servant, ' DttAYT 

lion. Trittam Burget. 

I K>\ SMI. I)' 

C*py of a letter from //. i: // , r 

trcrctnrtf oft/if : 

l^erty, partly 

f a ne- 
you on 

1 resp< i t \ mi ill r:aisf UP . 

mcnt to he mni" in (i 

cotton H' sails, rigging, etc. und of 

its comp ;c and 

1 ip-i",. Tli. ' on intorma- 

't war, 
:'h Am- ! , 

- in tliC 
; 

brie, have b < n long used in the n:\ 
TI.TM Ac -'ml the 

.as well as the Greek ship 1 - I .nt, arc 

prove that cotton is there used, not us M subsintit* , hut in 
1 1 inp is one ot tin- st.iplr produc- 
tions ot ' \ , und forms an import*' 
list df I (I from 
other countries. 1 ai 

!; ships, and wlut are usuallv c ill>-il th" 
;-rs, is attributed, in part, to their use of 

-. Hud to 
make a difference of a in ti\ Tl 

used and relk-i] on ' .. \vlncli 

list returned, was of < tst; :.nd that 

.tit was abi' > to the officers on 

usefulness. 

An n' ' ship, of skill, ftcicnce and (he inn'-; 

D state- 
ment of the facts ru 
rimcnti in the merchant 
you as soon MS received. 

rtee a lull and fair ex pei Ij as tho 

cost of an rxtm s*t < .".t liul'',nnd 

i IS JUS- 

l)Ut by 
rtment 

have been repeatedly and J)TR I 'in. d to test 

the com I duck, 

n-ival ho^rd of cornmissionrrs made 

t, Hllicil V. 

..til i he 3<WU 

: W .2'J, nd |5 p-'i l\ , until !. 

shall be $60 per ton. A s milar CM!) was rnndt; in 1827, 
and ref' of tHc tree- 






V 

turjr, * 

MMfTttt, d** 



. I I ' . 




, <*f aM to all 

ck, About etcrptmn. In the frit place the cort M 

k agcoad. that N 

I 3 S Z< . ^ .....''. ".',.- . '- ........ 



ml; unle* > , nfe-fal aol benr' <* \*** ol Charica* 

nation. II. lot ;>cttd upon, MM! be tt> 

ire triumph will rv-qwn ' duall a *eliUHct.cr, a* be kmtnl Ike adav 

i xl M h.cotuw d*c4 OMla* 

MNI the n<tutrt , or rnrruachoavntt upon the rr-li- u t nt ootaailirtl hn bot t but ttro he pal ibc ooflaa) 4*^4 
;Wr. 

r^loMjroa pvtaftW tettimoo} I .%an. M.,: . re riMJ 

xricJ, i.! U* :!,> I..... r , \( \ |Ca|>ellorn ith no other aad tha ootld* ttWl brpro* 

I fen it to all othrr canratt, as to 

A'ur; /tyarfavw/. .fur. 4<A V I S9. MN . a uo bo-id th other 

SIB: 1 

J.MMaMngyotti'TMtii '-,. : ; ,., t ,i ...m.iiu- aime well L hap MM ..,....:-..,- -,,.,- 

nil. ihaA, ! iWiitd. I 

. will .. .! 

wcuLI.- ..,rr.^, c.ii!, , MI; :.:,.,,,, 1; , .,-,;/, i: I am amrfa pleMed I !.''.,.,.. fA 
priMJat arrricr. ail.t-ti toll^ trl oi atopMUol MJT ba it m il .;, . nhl * |fi - 

iftl material, liun^. on duck. I 

oMon.arv MflearntI/ aatblactory to Mlfcortee a row ved, andlhai it dl bra jrrml Mcp far ibc OMaV 

Hl.lieoocrroctl A it respect tbc navr. 



ThefetneMnl ihugnat Maj.lr o I our country for l hr 
"TSM^Cilllh^MidfM 1 ft "'V 11 '-' 1 % "-' t ' 111 ' 

pprohMion 
jitolMilforUielo(>i> 

Matt, MW fiitiof fo 'nadrofootloomats. 

I am. 



//-. 






u >ll K 

thrr cncmici, M 



mat b 



ol r, or a Irwair, hc M i-uime M of aatU (koth 






lajlM ami bj M U) xlc of mion **A, ad go 
m com pan > hl l aaxMhrr doop of* mar or in(u vkh 

...... - ........ . . . .-. . 

.iluifi-alti-rllinluibrrii tie >th lUc 

oottoa ! irinl Ihen. and pttt lathe jarit tKt 



>,o HI utr. Miici. iir .l..foTvucc MI Mat of OM|- 
COM the rscrv 



a prrerM. the co o( the rsprrv 



' 

fMfi atari, .f//^. I5M, Ittt. 
I rcei 

TQrtiafniv extern tcr aiMlopn<.n r*(K-iiiii R rotion UM: tr c >:in iuck, -!.-u rcqunr con%lcratoo. *d 
4tiak, which I rrHuoof 

M*nt In thn me ,.i uHton du, other cavaM n . 

c^et he m^catU^uar, , ardTU -hjjaj. 




pmtt. and p. 

i e jatd nd ootCM dM 



.ire j-rnvi-. -ffixrd to the oaaraM MW m OM 6% thi. 

|irada on : M mo 4 ,K>.,o.Kr br fiml t dMK amdV at 

; m coum. ,. A$ ju-it.c.- MtehdMUacv a* the .J wonM Unke, and ar 

n I ul cig l.t fire firl <)- ua>l - > to mert libjuUnn n 
oT Ten- ,.,eh impend |-rmit MM) totDe- ' to bare lite capuiiamt maAr 10 tnt them. At to th- 



ft 









'II ohcy 

Tiothing 

iturr. \Vhen 

it is too 



v 

- 

: 



: 







fir* qnalMi cotton duck in !.. !,! 



\\r 

, ;- ..,!, 



\I! 



/ .s /: 

' ' 



Oi r 
br too 



address 

WOtlU IM ] 

idred. 

. , :. I \ 



i. %M-rr it ; 

fcoolrl know rrrr} 

! rrprt t ruliUTr i- utrsor:< 

tbepowrrof bis r 

>, areilw mtrit i ,,i his const tfurnt ft. 1 

, kMghl) j.ri)jM r at all tin. 

cr*n from tbcprcaei 
puldn afrasrs, vbirfa mi; 

ofh.t,-m,n:l *e rcaaotts and aoeh 

M tbrar. I nrrarn< 



it. s.i ' 



--. -,;' i .-.'..- 

M t (irrtmird j or O|feurMit and 



> - 








led 

>00r i 



mau or Btiro 












: 

%ataaliand tntaur 

hcl<er joor properly M.ftll be rmlh jnr or not 
whether joa MY to lite under Ir. c-'gr 
thai! become victims of a ronvilni^id rtn|rc and at*c- 
tiona) timnm ilonoltnflr with ) 
Irct rrpmentainramereh to go on with Ue Imle |*ir- 
of local Irfidation, but aend f- 



''.s Bitna- 

.1 , '( nlion to 

1 

, . I :,rnn- 

i-ii to stand 

ihr |iu\ ''.i ii- will ' 

". r;l.iH (In- 

.vil I you act 
j.nlilicconfi- 

Dl 

:<ncss. 

i > imnist 

irr mill !'. 



I Mill s;,-. iKMlnnu 

<N sensi- 
kmtlncsshv no H-tion. 



ll r.llufl. (1 In. Il , 

Iv an at . 

(llWIIKX . 

n-ision. In more speci- 



' ;.is\vi!I, 
.! tn re- 



. 
, .. , mi 

i d 

IMK-SS that tin ir |> 
I not to i 

b Tit IMlTl 

'.c goads ol 

tj Should ur^ .:, v.f.nls. No sir! 

not one )rai ' > s:1 ''- 

i i;;!i'. lead tn 
'orrectncss of 
our views. 

;arnp act was passed bj the British parliament 
i it s of justice wen- immedi- 



-SE 



4 v***^L^B[B^L^L^Lv 

kao of x , 

' CWaUt* 

tkr ur]r 










.'..;! 







. . 

/ 

. 

I. >ti Mt irtif b4M-r> hi- iMU hi* rmJi. - -*- 

* 

liifT .i i.n c, Li. on. vldlc nCtic M * 



: 

- 


. ' 



I .! M * p. 

tl?rr4 ferbJMt.*. 



wwif fcrB vlMHrr CW plwJM 

' 

u|*,o, cre of the 
nion. M hjc be t Mrv*uomljr matetMwd MM 

i-ca.nc a tulijrct of caMnapblioo 
tTwnl, i veil m*a\ other tlifi vlucit 

."** "* 



,: 






% . i .:.!. .. \ , .. . ' . i , ! 

on great our glonoiu. 

i ofibc ctMr n 

wk. < . ,nd^, 

' "'' ' "we o< 

. . >i 
plak, and Mill >H bovt, t 

towr* of" li 
II UUM p> do- 

te ^*r1i%rt bring to 

called M h aid 
tljr>ii ^ctAJf^. 









'mm 
m " ] '" Nh S I :..,..,. p niMlfcwSll fc 

inrd, 

< ie j.t weh mi^ht MMI hint hi 

MttiMMfMfchMCdM *****>. Alfim 



S rd wbcfi hr got M ter 
on vmtnorf; crom;ilnlic'l v be hd 

3S- 



^^:^j: .;.^i33 

trywdhuropr;b.,t.,| , 



. 111 >KI 




'. i. . , , 

tod '' i 



li kaowa-*...! atirr wvsng 

a learned lo osakr one. but at f,r*< he 
Vfthoul a UK; t!i Ktrcttivrti.. 

hi i .-,(. >n kr> ..<. , . , .-.., i :-. 

be bad become . 

usual pureusu, Utat he 

eson. Mb former compaa<Ki patsrd h s wigwa 

out '-olrrsne aV ood nr it :ed his name as one i 

pt+t.\>*--t OJSM .-, .-. ' ' < ' ' or -I.-. 

L online at* 

Wro hardly dealt nit. il hM docile and un 

portion bad oot brew o neoer 

Hn> e length be Mminonrd lowr 

eWbirt ol hi* naUon. m 

lion to tbeea aod . 

talk . ,v i. . ' i '! v . ;i rtornl 
I to 

1 

rtahtofth ii'ijnl. was ordcn 
wblle be requctud his li 

hich lie put down, .is cal- 

led nod read 

!!:dascn- 
not eaureJ; eau ' 
ft,,- tr.Sr l. al ! 






il Ills 






>l> pr < 



tclret 



kco>lrs young m-ti, that i 
tery to them. This MI 1. ngth agreed lo, : 
lurkew onepieson ol i 
. : 

| Him 
for lb purpose Cue lr.bc .< 

eliof if all re wrough tuto the 

lOJtllSv 

ch other, utiM \^th <1 ui;!( 
I 



pfM 

d il : 

> art coining t 1 

I 
>i Mkni'luoir. 



language, ( win It- t >i"ii Ins 






to rich other, and llit- tens *! v - I 



s ti'H onl) to d<-stro their i 
oort final; to fn thrir fanh. I lie Indians, MI this, or- 
dered a great fcsM and in^dc S-- -qualf)i<: 
ol u. How ncarh alike u un; 
ma did the aosr oo_tbe 

i-v ^ii beoi if u i.- ^ -n >.- 
>.r and . 

en>et as ooe (stored b 

of earl* time* *i-re sin-.'. 

.11 quack. 

atop bert, but earned his discoveries lo 
M of course knew nothing uf lh Ar.,!.ic 
dlgJu, oor the pon.-r of Hom -n letters i.i the science. 
TW ChnTOkoM bad rocta'i numerals to ooe hundred, 



ood bod wor >! > i ubers up to that, b 

ojeebjoa or cbaraeter* toatust t 



- 
parison with us, ami 

(iiht-r who i 


Ungu^e .in.! |Mitl> in tli 

r.-;.d b" > Al'ier patting tlie.s' 

i ol ihc 

lest ve- 
^s is nut only 

; (.! uj. 
a .d |H-(M il ^nt IK- li *> u 

under- 
uown " 




Bee. 

[fi-o-'i -f'h.] 

vl 4 ssachueu ami 

in the year 181 '10 was 

., mid wh > lo || 

consider ' ; ' hov- 

. in I lor it special 
purpoft" i.iws: 

' in tin 

m tin- jears above 
';iks, and 
! 

..< ted 



^ or di? tiling. 1 1 

MOlbnunti.' be hd created thrir elementary j.nnci. 
ojeehi b mind, but be w- at first obliged ; 

word* lo tlpn - l. m |, .... ! '.'. n ., ., i , 

proetM be oooa had a ;>uon of 6i8 to the bat 

!'" I4IUI 

I, _o 6s the po ei s of tm siptft acairding ID l>ov. ) 

Nc, I * K) q'lintuls .verag- 

ing ' ' 

I Average cost of I heir re- 
acls isabual ^.''KH) each the avtm.-- 

>iIso 
I oil, 
lents 

is a sen .ute I 648 v I ' , I put 

ill IKIVH. 
iih 

: M||\ 

. !t ui Milt. ..' ' c')-,t of (lie ves- 

I .nicshr %cls is about ^iUO, and It. us, &cc. 

was acquainted with, were a few tmngtmg hlackt.uc.h-, u flOS ' .^description ol vessels is not so val- 

who eouM make rtmgh loosabiwk, or twker the lock | uable as the Banker .-icabrly thai class whiclk 



p his d.flercotnuialK-rs tent * the 

of Ihe tlcamal -n.l gire the whole oumb 
I U,,,-. him, he had over 
wa r,u,: 
IS-- 1'iniUrnri.ti. . .'. , i *;.,! >[ : .1 : r , - 



ed all > p<xt ikr aa li 

old iteJ .,-. i. i 






39 BRIl IMONS. 



nr fith near 

. r .1 , .f- - -. I 

brw!ar. J 

1 . , . . , 



j the 



.,. (.,!. 






. 
i arc immense. 



i ere, 

i ....... '. 



15,059 
!,' 

:L r -I, 

at who Mint th*t in <> 

ln.-bj. more U. 

r, but I am .ry oonfi<>. 



u\ I - 

i 

n*m on the com tow*, 
c first edition pi, 



'"Y| I 

arethrrir \***> 

Mme in k 

KXl 



11 n- 

j.t at certain thopt, 
*. 



w> 
pport them, Ow UIM! 



What would be the con*cqoe*e of inch a limka. 



milk-f r dl proiloe. ^ 

1 



\ I , . . . 

,,., - M U, ,, ,:' .- h 
anil p.wcr of the whole eomn 

communii) vrra reelrMd to 
ooth0 eon* frova ai the Itk 

da^tM I 

ll ..li, l.'l i ., , > ! - I !| l!,.' ;,. -! 

.1 m alirr Uvy hat 
. ji ibe ie*ff*rd rrau of the 
kaeper nejdt get. tf he 




dow tke 



.at U 
Qflked empir 

''i? W>-:-T, 



manufcclurr*. wealth and power of ibe 
nu*t be limiu.l to omrthinr like 

LI* be broufht . 
Mfprneral 

.jm.,. from -pi. M " -1-! 



(mm allow ttgrrou to bv 
a nli-iit when- the U 
md tUc *ool ol tlc 

jKm nduktry, M loog n i 
bil upoo real. 



HK> 



K&tnci from a prne eay oa "t : power aodatobilkj ol 
Ictleraiur K ut rmneiiiK - rr. 
by Crorf, .Jn/Aenj ArMm. Wlow ol Oriel. 



cw ol the amhjeot of poK^.I M. 
andar, ofhMancumeiH, drao 

:ory of MMieM anal moderv gom 

trr elotei bn eiMf by a n Icrcoec to the 



llMMtMM Thai divaMMof 

cj|>i*a ten peejea, tron vhaiej we 

lurtiti.; p.nj^vi 



'ini our > ra tle rumple* ol aau- 


poiMMl pbMMW of <Mrowtwt, !thawecrr. 




I ,-. in. .', ! 4 .',. 

,,,>: li.t, M v :, . | 
Tl, or ehalk.ee oar 

tho4 eenturrt, whieh an- 

Icral jMcait of the old world. 



a pr**<Mptio. indcrd pnor to all po*iu*e arw- 
mcM M. favor of the American MAM, tfcM h*a aroideU 
(he Urrne error* of farmer inrfetfuraiin. fhe free 



ot the 
the modrU ol 



' >m. L'nUmj their own cipc- 

> thr letaoM ofhaMprr, they dveeted their whole 
rttahlMlioKnt of a |i riaaajirt aod eflec- 

1 1 1 li a 1 1 ^ ewjea^ lee>4 Jaelke* 

W^IW \ >U f^J^C' , \ w^l %*/ VC * 













.- 
Of proiMMof th 



ofdeM*Ki/asrll 
ICY. A r,..i--r>'.,, M ; 
pvmcr i.l i. r,'. I i.. i I.. i. 

r . 

lkn principle u clearly mco.iipiitit.u- .:!, : , ,! 
foreoVeU%c foremmetii; nl ii.iv \ 
tMMtraMtaodtnsewMdoos, mml. 
Ue dinsidtM for the real mid tangible udvaougr. 















Tlw old 



lwd Mihin..! i,. . ,..:, . , 
first called k into etMrnce. It 



k 

I. (; tli!.- 

ilu*t and 

I now c 



Mslled b\ k: 

any xtiod cod m Utetinie ol |. 
feu. that noallen 



/, on 

orw prnic , 1: .. ., . 

for America that t 
inotkai of th. 

fish anUtion of men who wo 
edMsM of their own power upon the ruins > 

*Tls0 eooatituuon, ibt< . ks ea- 






In the mean time, and during tlie ' 









the country and the people were nil 



aad reloos An 

vidMsg for an erer varying . 

. 

lattliatli: 






hi.t r, t!,. MtSJR . ! ; .: ;. 
bened period, the same and ui 
tboufh thr facaUka lor obtainios; aul 
of dse comforu of Isfe, hare a* yet 

.:!, !. n . 

, M to miDoMblc oot lo forraa 

Ur, the tin.r WUI . >:.. -.. 

oer*t* ( and the poiaoo begin to wo 

: .. 



lob'. :'.!> ill lh: 

' opinion it, 

to be ascribed to our r< . 

" 

The writer theu proceed* at length, a 
Ibrce, to show the advantages which would 
retoi ' 

Icstm. Jlier- 

I ing too pertinaciously lo a i 

rit we lu 

I for the blcsung* of in -t;. 
poverishitig our ., cost us, n. 

ou nuin . 

rcuLtmg i. 

uu rn*Ui\ without pn.tjir 
I eroburniMtncfit >" ll I!KIC (urei^n K 

;n-es- 

>. jus our pa, ,s re- 








reduced M much t! 






tj her chM: America 
OHO 4 rcMhcrt: kith 



.. . ,. . 

pri* tutd active i*** 



Uit our maoufacd. 

aid be 
obtained. To pay i*r these goocls the American mer 

' 
i ;il circublioo io (If 

- 

I HdO'ltfll. 



jfctf Isnar. 6eA may tt/iue o 
ifvmted. -mtk umftUl p^wer, Ike 
CtdAe ******* ffr: 



kv< 

design* 
..T the 
-tcn; becn'ite our t- , by 

.' | >;', i ,': > i.. ' ', *..')! i I !'.; ".>*,'. .n 1- 









U Mill 

"< I ,; 






/>... . '..:.. 

bal. k , . /- 

{ 

> I v.-j 

; / J 



<W< 













due IB !'. 



Cor of wooll 
for fi^-v.n. 
, . rv 
lad a ee rum |> 



: . ,:. S I : 






iLe well 



lo tbo 



ut great md po - 

, .-, . ... 



rtiirn.1 b4lA. 

tlffl tllUUll! |.4> 

.;wi. ii 
not bcprraed 



much M ti,..iil. 



br 



turtle i i-.r:- 

cd, Mvod ibc 

<! 



l!c lute 
lute rot 



rteU mons MCI 

n. tutiUer 



kit COUUMl. U- 
00 I1.C 

. . /- . . 



> j oowert 

bled lur brhif ! aic.l ! 

.cuirctctJ tb oor *prvul*l 
i, jco. Sue i 
u : grv.ii. , to .tjou hM bi-ra 

U So.. , .oor*Ue tnrndt 

I* 1 1C - : rrr l.lccr . i.irtlc.l to publ 

MAOC jom tbc M tbr<r eru 
I la our partMi ol iht graeroxy which n 
OH 



v -- 



two dncourses trwm the tlinmr, a ooc at l 
.rlc. X. jto 

rjfc UK Fourth M rccuvcU ibe ^ 
art/, to wtncof as fr> c jcOowodior t 



"cc^rot 



!BV.V rt 



5,I829-SL\\i: MAIIK 



I : ! ,H' ; 






As taken up arms, why 





been however, toroewhn ,oe has 

* . : " m' : 'i i' .1 i' -:M .in- , nr >t wh.it they 

MI- ix- 

.:.!! hO 

king assassin 
,iit of Lonkc, the bt st tVi -nd 



^'"llll^i^i.o?* 1 IwlT'w il 

t jurt i 1 t.r f | ajMsl ' i . :i < .: < 

mall portion t. it i 
not wbrre, or for whom hu 
reign ponce, a hn.podar. mongrel of the 

ponr. aaxl for wbooi they must pay n add 
his, grntlrtora. mat br rry agrr c* 
whatb drraoi* already of new Mibjaata 

the mid --,,..1 , .h in t>, , ,,.|,,, C tru 
Krt>c-. '. t '.,! t.i 1. ,\, '!.. n- : 


UiiMia, 
i that ' 
1 v and a 




1 may p 
, the honor of Trance has bccu 

'! ,, --(..ill-.tt nniM l.r .! 

.1 be restored 
ul honor must in 

'he ex- 
Kussions may produce, ;-.' 


\\ i: M \H 

n,M 

are l>" Id hk< 


. \N i r>)lLJB. 

^ liii-i hon-iil 
world 
> every ocouo- 






1 non. barrier jtn.t ihr eonqu- nnjf and 

'hr 150* 

Italy, 

Mill, !. 

v turn*, the p.i- 
irtes of Miguel, 



moot 



of !uly are 

**>C ^rC f WO4INI Df 

tnb.-ti.'i: ,-,!, c,- 
triwtaMltbe < 
oaAJ *e*faml 



i 
ooMJtol tonal. 



let it be Mid by il. i 

ntlrmen, the p<ntiuni o 

.(((,.<. IL . v, ,.,.;!,, r i\ ni 
; eanbe f'Hinl i.u 




:ill 



natural ! we not know in 



thi prrtrnded 
bow the deputies, who were i 
rrjeeu-d? Let us hope, get 



it been inn 

iguel's choice, were 



lrrl who wean a turhun, MIK! N 

kir.(-.-) hn 

'<! then, 

when an ipulcnt tl;i\ ' hlls sick, a Clinsliun 

fink-kirn, or doctor, gains udiuiit i slave huzaar 

it a large qUMil iit->anl. un:, . t . 4 ln-! , 

ulong, a range of unrrow cclh on the t omul Moor, and n 



above, which lUrroundt tlic biulding; on the 
cconu - i -. art* reserved for the < 

t I>rfur 

i.ir . .u. I th AhySCV- 

M 

^ance ot tli' inrnon- 

,i's, (3t.) whil,- the Mack woi. 
' )Hars(lG/ ) Tl . 

I saw seven or ei^ht m 
iloor, some <lre^Kt-d in i 
tiges ol 'former finerj , soiu. I, ill n U i them 



lion k 

on the flag* of othrr nations, will soon put an end to thi* 

iolinnmn utorpation, and that in the mean 

r protest against the 
would < i young ami innocent victim, to the 



of Doo Mi^tiel. I v leien, 

that there luivf been trouble* in S. i and in 

. . - l! 

-eo exaggerated I attribute 



' nothing iti 

at desp:rrf All o them looked |. ale an. 
1\ , Hirl ;. ilicir hornet) 

they werene>. see again, and the friends tliey 

v liad impair- 
" their ; 



h- in ;M .fu ; .IU t . M NMM t'. the thn ;!-., tit- inipo- 

tm thrt-ai of S|*i Mh.eh leads to the permanence of 

of dfcproporiMMrd > n.n-t and the agtation of ih< 

crtj the other cu< id in European intriguers, 

who prrK-vrre rj obmn^tely attempting to ii 

their old murtution-. mto these IK v ktatcs. Put a pe- 



riod 10 the two caasv* and (he tn. 

wil be immediajely restored. The mit 






\ -.lillni s-i : .k.ib s.nllv c 

' 


Incss can equal this. II.' ;;.: I wh'i might have 

jit have 

'js rnulhcr, and wl|.se heauly 

night h-i .s here 

ui-Mis soldier who 
ch>eto .ix-i or lli- form, on lu r [irc- 



few days suicc, that there waa nothing j chau:; Ii U-8, ho 



fo common IMI< en diplomatic relations and c 
eklmttrrtftmiHrer I ha 

poiv.on a Me rjrun tin-eltc, that c 
wh h the j.r 
Wlcd the rrpuSI 

fasJI he Mb>etd to an a'l.litioiu.1 t ihov: 

<: agents 

treated more tavurabU. It M 

utlemeaj thai the (tovemmmt should at length 

omrurrcial views of Prance. As r *ganh 

" loaf qu.-stKin to one of my 

M-tt.-r ^cqiiaintiil with it than rottelf; 

. to a more son .us attack 

on the ajMional honor, than thai ..t the dry ot AlgK-r* 



' 

. Tor political cause* bat bee-. 
bated in every tge and by every conn* n . Knun> 
consults havr aaaui ihc laws c: 

have been tiolattrd by the ex, 
1 am willbg. 



i and then her neck, 
lunjj her 
st;.t^ she u :ii-d of 

"ct the was war; .' ah >ut 

the hnZ' ' . * this \*rg 

.>ut55Z. ster- 
ling.) Ilic fteparaUoii ol ihts youn^ . romhcr 
MIS HI wretch'-dness, was a new se- t dis- 

d conscious 
Beeping 

tier and tak t . w mas- 

lier hetoro 

; she stopped for H rao- 
; > hack lor the re- 



maindc: pi ht-d 



more than ; 
on eartri ill 

\ !.- 
i d 



. for probably it was all 
d tf h - i^-lit from, 

loslem ac- 
iw her re- 



1 1 torn ng to the gate, with 'He und r her arm, 

thf part of French agents, error and previpitaccy, ai. : (? from head to fo< 

con^vntly, ai I doubt not, repentance. There hat I 



ILES' WKKKLY IIIXJIS TUU. 

No. J-V. f.J BALTIMORE, SEPT. l. IM9. l\. X 









, pas*fd the summer trrjr MTfoaUy. The /^iriajm fet 
i a moatfh MS** ,.l A - K --f*-r hate 

ra." 



M -fW, vorajotaUacWJeamaa 

--i; m4 lor the r*er Plata mm 



rta J 



**oa. 

\V /;. , a .. ! 47 .!, !. -fi, 1C , .:, J,, . .. 

araiso. all well. pokeii Joae f , a tat 



4oM 



ra 'tM*. pt. Slr.,. ft*. 

. M ,....-., ^. , 



-nird 



of the arrears doe them hy iln M 



i, boowl 
tpoto I<th A(. in Ut. 3t, loa 



thr coast of Brazil, VM 

satcOicxmet three 

. moat poltt* ami hospamhto 

'"f^T'i lias) %Cf)Q(3l3cl* 10 C'tQTCT OttsT QVW 

1,000. I romiktCT to Mam 

ttdool Avian-** curm. A gnttlcaua 
n ro- some remark* made umetumj the taraTat a mmmg r,re- 

took oemtir n t > oriv 

rf i.l ; r .rjr cloth. ..u.l \' 



V, >-.!!.,;> Iff 

fc-i^ 




their mutt 



rom^vtmmaofvar. ,i.unal tm-t. Wemwaaw. 

'he tmopt \!iu !. <rt an UT.| uVuie to a|>- 

Baoa, and the trjupon rveoga^t-ti to carry mt(!i- ;,.-.i .-., thr rl U w maatmiUuiiil it thr 

wn. and sort hC 

i.iaatHi. It M ornaipcn 



wnkmmt to a conwdnrabl- cxtmt lu lately been | huifmt m,.S- br It Bohmatnt \ .. . A 

pott office ol St. George's in th ooui 
rrtUmi, thai tcvrral Irtler* oooiaiiiiiiK urns ol bt -ing punrl* an Ainmran artieJ 



tUchocvfh f 
it wlk. (bat 



!eatkfatk>n, areurn- are now few materials of personal 

v 
his office by .t>otit I ft years of afr. ho riean 

rk in the offi* btea 

ihmjsit, or latt the 0000 from some can ST. sml va j llrtiwo I\D l*m.< n M 
'.u |rrnt, ! 

'S K uill. oh- [visit. "if ami prmimf vsmhlishment c- 

arch am <>l bout $>>, Inr . vich. and from hh) deacraptioa ot it, w 

aajprtt aekno* lodged he had purlomcd from differ. r? oooeern, m h*rh 



ami braut ifnl manoct 



. . 
Imst. Maanc. a youof man oamed Willur.i Hut. I,,,,-,, 

lie gained access to the mad 



at thus nt 



n>c power, keep* m motioa a t 
atiarxt .roo(h set : of btnlJt. hrata^. aa? 

. ilrmh-ra 
Bethel U^^polisl^Mtffaae*! 






wiu-.u. Josbii r..t- K .H.. 

.Rtun, 3->.| ill i, rn room, or that m h<di the block t MB*! in prmtaaj; 

ill their pant, from the carvaaa; ot 
t V ii. to the sUlta^ and other opcraliuat upon the 

t ' ^- . .. t I _* -*- - - A .MVMAftft^lM f A ' -^* m^tr. *ll ^ A 

''.'.*,' I -I ' < 1 . ll 

Forris, .l. 



Mb . M ifl 

DM ai "- 



...';> s \ . :. 

II t fifim.ntt -j-n-ifa .. . _ tlial -*- - Tjij, , M)t .,l. __, 

' , -. 

MM*-** 10 rapidlf hare ^- afoMO! i tkh oVpnf. 









ment of the art., that 

nor to tUforeigis Isivc been pro* 



*ll 



Tt tO 1 



on the lOili 
-nment will 



,-,, ,l,r M 

Mo 300 mile*. kbt 
-m to, 

t* ! Ail afJtlio., 



; imrne- 



aatioii 



r% hv the nt 



nts in which 

tli'- ^n:ir- 



M*fchoJ 
TWtrac;m 






featuring 
wh*. eU 



aon 



eUv i. also f 



after by Ibr tnd 
ol their periow 



do we know of the great reaoortcs 

-ill the? avail if a cruel 
Crotn being developctl, and a base subs 
fj to the mterr*s of enemies to our prosperity, impcdea 

jjaaai itlaaiHsimi hot taken place as to the proper ap- 
oflWrrm- on whiohtho tn nil situated; but the , 
of the "Galena Advertiser" discards that o: 

accounts for the name by which it is gcacntUy 
,e dote of the old French war, the Fox 
who had been employed as allies agaii.- 
returned home to their nation, tl. 
, nnd the arwek bclou neighboring 

ad brought in their blankets the fomites of 
; . which caused the death of more than one 
ftsjsTwf their tril*. Hence t; 
kor-pe-a Sw-po, to both atrca: < ne the great 

Mo-kor.ne-, and the oiK Mo-kor-pe-a river. 

' I "W ajr. M. i u 'Cul'- 1 '*^* 1 *'! V 1 '- k f I"**)('- ,"l '1'l^r 

Ssdeaignated / 
> by the aaae Mme to this day. Ilence.thei 
i wh- v tiled . . ihj Vtiatiaoipps, aalled tins river 
ires/andbenwetuo, it is onitersally 
known b* the English name of Fever river, and the 
creek Wow by the name of Small I 



. I'efin. 

.kunni. r.-v..! dttt fatvew tkct* aftd few nfeaoflfe 
lUil road arc now in complete order 
for use. The road haa been laid with a double track, is 
.ntniied, and the eM, including iron, 
BOM $500 per mile. Several cars of <V 
are aow runnmg on it aa a matter of cxp : 
oral roads, leading lo the coal mines of the dilfer- 
i*l along the route, air nearly completed. 



a*fe* ol Ou . tail rood, extending op 

to Mr. Nfebols* plantation, Imve been eon 
ur auipicri M .M.--.rv NitfcoJ , Morrla, asw) tbo loMM 
ol the coal rones. The road b now m travelling order, 
ami will send a van quantity of coal tn I'oit Carbon. It 
nMU of a single track, and to bnflt in vcn 

^irVrJUm* Carbon rait road company have chosen 
thck prettdent and directors, who are bi1y expected 




II nttol M .M.^ n em. 
thifl fall, at all event* we 



-j r *\ i'vj. 

isrs 

O tht thesis ro '/ ' '-^ --rl v in tbo spring. 



Count Cc.j* iThtritu ayd Mr. Dtrvkim. 
ThBoUDflyAd*miaerof thc2dinst. eontainsihe 
.Mowing abstract of the eorresTKmdPOcc between Mr. 
Dawkmt, the Brktah msnittcr to Greece, and the presi. 
t!cot of the Greek a-ovemment. It is gleaned from the 
l^aris Jovrual da Debato of July 26. 

Mr. Dawkins communicates a coy of the protocol of 
March 23, and a(Vr alrVjdinx t ' 



gmlrtude lor this first ufneial eon* tin acts 

carrying 

. it-:.', .1 u,',;r. ii wlmlilin^ H-. i M-t reached 

.I" an 

. . . If ti.t^ el, 'i 

i i 1 ' ' ' ! " '"' '' ' ''* I" !S *t- corrvspondents, 

- n -TMSi\r un- 
swer, by nv ce more, 

ii.ch w;is ofii-rcd to him 

In resting upon mi :irmiiti.-e tit facto, which is in effect 

A defensive ntfituik revoksK' iring 

i this I'Hsi;,, n of hostilities, 

the Greek ' \vouhl plucc ith- II miliont ih 

\vn !>y i!.;it it exty, and would conti 

n'^ageinent uhii.h it would not be 

in its power to fulfil. I! :o s.ny licit he is igno- 

rant of the limits T tin- nlli.v 

as the <"i i-oinmunicnt- 

..'jitants of the provinces without 
U rnd th* 

t.ioted solemn engagvnienti, in the day 
of trial and misfortune, never to ir cause 

w Inch engagements are confirmed by the double sanc- 
tion of tin* acts of tl' congress, and ot 
oaths ot the people. The (irc*ek government therefore, 
has no power to draw a line of separation )> 

ponessus, especially as it is 
:ensc sacrifices ol tho- 

onnesus has more tlcm once owed its safety. He 
.ins the recent so; my of thtr 

'.'itol- 

ico.ond intimates his expectation )!. :i<l two or 

places, will soon follow th- ir exHinplc. M 
reserves for u i r .munication some remarks on 

several articles ot the protocol. 

STEAM BOAT*, from the .V .ft/venter. 

Frequent complaints have been made of the conduct nt 
masters of steam boats, in landing passcnge-rs in small 
boat a wit hoot stopping their engines, and thereby en- 
dangering their I ivea. It may be useful to let the public. 
as well a* those who may be more in ntur*t- 

cd, km.- -Jit this matter is considered hy (!,< 

l.w. A kinel wa> l.-.ti ly hrejught be- 

fore (he lord mayor of London, against n raaste-r of n 
Meam boat, when the facts appeared to he as follows: 
The steam boat was on her paaaage from dravcsend to 
l/Midon. Bcingoff alat. e engine was stop- 

petl, and a wherry came alongside to take out three pas- 
aengera, who being all in a small boat, the wonl wnr 
roan at the gangway, that "all was right,' 1 
when the roaster gave orders to go on; but immc<li:t<j- 
|y pcrceivcel that there was some <lif!~n -uliy in getting the 

to he stopped, when 

t,e loiii. .itcniiHii in the <d fallen 

orerboai >n of the steam was not again put 

on the steam boat <. ! of the party going on 

shore were * 

The lord mayor did not consider the Puts thus sworn 
to as mitigating the case in the Icnst. The master lu:<' 
the blame upon the roan at the gangway; but the lord 
mayor said, "if the boat : d lives lost, 

as would in that ease certainly have occurred, the muster 
avt been tfuiity of tnuntlnuglder , and have been 
transported. 

iws of England and this country, on this subject^ 
we presume, AI-C the same; :n,<\ ii so, the destruction of life 
in this roodt.-, would bf: offence 

betetv flHT.'. Manaiaagbter, i. would mem, ifi 






"K<.fcnrf 

. y 

M 

lUetiorm *% etrr Afar* 







kov far bcyead Mr. Co***'* aJMmrfaa tW 
iHmt M. V* 




of MWtj nd 4lHBW^ 
Wtt- rJrf ( MNf IW .or. 

I I Mil md <! to 



,!' . ,-, , ti, 
frowJO u>SO 
nlii..j 



vie 



fV nr e*n 






iboorwV.^- lKrlt, 

... 



: \ 

I U iBi>liwf ll in 
Mr RurSrn Krlw^. irM!rr tf.c te- 



\ 

TnRMr\i.n . in nil. 

trcnn rMpCcUiMr >i 

luh k, rxtnurtlinoTr are U> 



,!M ;:>- 
toukr 

.' ' 











M*HMum. TheCl- 

: M 
m Krwkim room., 

M. of iTo p*. 8. DwJi'. 



* ;,..?(., MM ., tft . .-.T^- 

H ,, ; . M ...,,r - i:, | A -^,v 

.,:-...-' i , , - 

ith dtflcvkj by MB widi Pk. 















Hit JITSrKi;LANfeOUS. 



10 



I. ....,- ,.,rl.,.t,n^ DM *t\ \. 

lie employed ai iHferenl 



for > 

fat) e< 

i J0 .l 08- 10 to l. 



TSJ* mm **!. In Itii. a Mpcror eooi 

' y. ' 

arrwbir ,,g's .pprob-t. 

ifeBaft* 

n i 1 1 

1 

Ambmgw;pcrrsof Franoetttotn 



, II 



century, the mean age ol a man at th. period ol I 

was 9.68 yoara, and > s, ihc 

t lie parties!. m "ly 

3 r 

and 486 on the female BOX, that tl.- 

:m.| (hat tin- mean age ol 
has bet i 

Paris in Ihc eighlcti nollicais, 

-r*. 



h tjmmn OM( aArr they Iwd brm mj^K 
n of tM touatJI for about fiftet- n month*. 
Muabrrof wbjectt had bren takm iolo con*..! 

rarrtl 10 b 10 favor of making th.- folio* mg 
Ihr rn Ittanr rtublraliraeot o! 



c-' t to tee I 

at thr u. M K-WOI., - 
ax 

me of peaer, and ol six 

squadron* (ofivc- 
lrt >i the mlwotry ,K: 

fo be t 

'. would jirtrct a MVIII^ in public cx|>ense ol 
... i.!\ Ir , MM above 
1 

. i V i. i '. ccouo- 



i reaped to ii 
thr rigUt rrgiim-ntt to 

we hare 
o be decidedly of opmmn thru the measure 

They meaii- 

nrrfcrrticc gnen to these toretgn sol 

the kmgdom, M highly unjust and offensive to i 

men. The utmost lavor that ever ought to be < 

meremrjr toldirr, aja : .ters, i to be 

tcd audpHMi well oi)i<ts. Hul to 1 
rtad awl over paid, at t 



) 4L MniU\f.l.H I I BniZll a- 

..I ol 

l,.tl,< ^ "irg; 

Ti- 

1 lir Li.tg ol Spiun is to hp mnrned to u Nea 
',iip to bring her 
to his arms. 

CBIMKS 09 I/>NUOK. The nutlioi of o rrct nt and able 

nl r: IIIH-B ut I. in! .11, stales there 
In tli:ii in. : 

h\ (If ft Mild tlMU.I. 

ring, 

n a i F theii pa- 

pro*- 

n of 

i , tin- |rr- 
foiar 

fatm: ' \vith- 

. .il, fs 

, to which must 
be added ont \li."u- en! jukt 

and Middlesex. Tii- annual amount ol th 
.nn* foinini'tfd on proper!) ds two 

millions sterling. 

PORTER. One million two hundred : 
thousand six humii It of porter 

were brewed by the first ,n London, during 

the year brewed 

by the same h 'barrels 

r^rtlyat- 

I state of trade, und partly owing to 
< reaaing consumption of ardent spirits. 



i ..- :.: 



paid, a> the Swisa troops now 
d Itij 11 : u-r, 15 a 

at present from being duraUf 

in Switzerland being greater 

, that this proposal 1ms proved 
to U*e aristocratic pride ol . >n in 

i Praaae, who were desirous of k 
atwvoffonrajDtrrx .o hojie of ; 

beisif adopted ; and that even the superior council of 
beco aiippressed. 

I 



, ! 



l 




women. -.Mi, M9 differ* 



SALK OF A TOWN. A late London paper gives the 

M. inch IR, perhaps, 

ipreced' '!.' nurld. 1'he state- 

tut rnav furnish :> .menie veallh ol 

it lincoil, rdat, June 25th, a sale 

unparalleled m this cou r . nt and the nmnunt 

produced, took place at the marl, which was crowded 
iiwmbly, including several 

I etninmt capitalists <' id many of the chief 

:'lora. 

Iiroperty ooiDprised the i ' rowland 

: . . < i nil-mine; 

t about 6330 acres, cK :. ^u: iund, with 

From the ei n n just taken, Parii home t ends, farm bouses, I lings, 

. . ; : . ; 

house, I ^'-tintr with the 
c.prtal 546,188 



npcar* U> COOtaio 718,765 mhalxl roduning 01. 

. rutra 6,465 nd 
deaths 22.917. Tlicrr are io thr capKal 546.188 n 



506/XX) 


,540,000 submt by dady labor. 77,193 d , 
f; there arr 3,917 tick m th< 
if, 16.000 troops io prriMS), 499 
rirt, 10^0 employed , n public office*, 346 mdivnluaU 

;.'..,' . . ; , '..... 

aod unKersity, 47,000 Uu 



,000 Undents in varkms bnmebet, and 



Mam 

4*2 i*aeea, tek 

snH o<!er. M r^Ulf. that t PTTI% 



lies, inclii'ling the town of 
I'.' SO -4cres, which 
,i;tted to 
. deduc- 
l.tnd tax and 

I drainage. ter a lon^ and able 

-ta, procr. fhe first 

' . ng was 25 , 8< K ) gu inea s, and :< > pe- 

I thion, was kn< guineas. This 

) estate was 

lira. Promt BKEV.CX. The following has been comraunieal 

all ranks, the consul of firemen at R < piesidcot o( >h' 














Ml of the new dock M uter * 



-.4.! 



!!. ., H : 



. 









g the current year b|Mun obligated to make 
,v 

Hc.iulMjrv-iu. ta ,1 ;:,. vl. Nt* - 

rsu.uw 

. 

r>,000 






Jure 



x month* h 



9I 







, . ' ; t uitt, 

d .-. , i. '.. i,..- j..-. ! ,.j -n.;/^ .- 

' . ' . . ,'< 











' nranr, 

rh Of Homr, iMd c 

Ki auklbri. 

, Md Uw 4r- 
. Jyib 

. 



.it at CotiUani 



tUtt jrr vn 









:ig uobiluj , and in them ite crq- 
turc* *cre regularlv rrmd a> a ciau book. ' 

r*ooor trmaUatioas bad been ootnpirtcJ, 3 
niakinf a total of bnfat|*a, W- 
- hole or part of the bible had been 



*e America of ociliriaad the ittuet 

..tit .tiueto bf o 
riucn prrwol, vbo MMrd ih*i the number ofooplu 



inort of aftj other ev 
ad the ne* IOOMUM aiaounJed to upvtrda of 10. 










. 

and du' .t 
nrtunr 

i i<on ol the I 
.:-, rt n 



Tnr ' Tl.- folio wiof MM es> 

tract h m u able article m the IMC EdmWrf 1 

>*CathoUa of t.rrat 
mark* are orif anal, jatt an ! 

oe boor, epi(rd UM MtioMl deM 

ol hmi I been 10 loaf aeeamuUlmf afafcti 

a* one than one of the three per ecM*. 

njorcd coontnmeti we mot for- 

4iiU(0Mt* em than the *. vith lb c^fcl M- 

irrtmyad afMMimX 

: mdeed to tew om 

. 




; ., . K ... <> < - .:..' -cr v 

IrrUod, and ft h ifam ootbe liml of Citor? 






.l.LAM 




lrataarf*aatraU> and IrcUs*! 

arm to rtmyH to health and vigor. 

Mat aU <mra. \V shall Icvl rt n (he budget uhn. 

poors in As suppl* We h.dl ft 
i off thoaa uwsMftMU rnioents that have stood 
sjrprisoac. 

, i ... , .r.tim ll 1 .! "in i *!. ti haM' 

protestants it is a eup of peace, to 

S 









ii U.c amiable 









James 

L- blMIld 



DJ pr 









M 



IK- I 

Efr.* 

(, t : ir. rtorna. An article i coj' 

Uw Matiotul Gavette, From a Ko 
Haaa)aceouut of "gt ky at 

Kraav- A packetcootabuMj a por 
vaa Utelr recemrd in France by .!//>. 7 
wbh had been received by It. gen<v 
acrvwl ai aVraia. It appears l bat it i 
of JBasaar, not tar from Mount *1 roral, and covered the 



, 

.. : . '. . I :.- 

, fl . rMf fe. :...'. b4nMd UM bh 
SMlotr*lk 



lournsl 


on H ti nip 

Junes 

;ii^ hli-lii- 

l\ (i , ' < 

, hiibbaiid i.' .IICLSS Charlotte. 



II, . ,:,., afc i;..i.n-nii oo un- -1 nt Ih^l. On 

aaaaa; gTtaaimid by 

to ha a species of lichen, belonging, pc. 

fMMlaYkaW. 

CflliVA THinc. The las: '' the 

Eaat India Company, ai ar with 

i,c lWi,> w,of i Isarhor n UM unit i .\l-iLiii.,r. nf- 
tiiiatly capacious to bold the - 
remarks as i o ihc < 13 no: un; 

that the Chsaa trade raav ultut/atcly l>- wholl> 
a in thee quailers. tlie iuh of adventureis which 
would flock to Cantuo un the present re*tnctinn l.cing 
removed, (and ibereis sotnereaaoo t l-...r il.at the short 
ssjhlcd rgrrness of a commerced party may be al.le tu 
carry thu mra>trr}, 'uld, n ..!! prubabiltly, be the 
aanae of tx JutUn^ 

la that case, pcubabl* H.c Cliba trade would b-.- con- 
Chinese junks, as a part of it now is in the 



iraUJ of Stappore, and Mnhcr, to M |,u!i '.| u y pro 
ecdwHhiMainrcrtfrfncultf." Thirdir.id wlikb seems 
to be csriertaiMiI, o.t I/. :or i? 

bate sent the aame idea ruost of 

the aiusnMMs nat abolisbuiK tit' 



liili 



oi 



tl> 



of liic impolie; of J| Mc li inonoj.oli, 

wty nrstnaUMU create UM danger. hy arc- ll. 

tasajed to ward off". Americans, who, iu toattcrt of com- 

merce part -da, Ij . m r no lrs ml*, i, 

tooaaid ll.r.r on rounlrj ) tt bus no MU 
iiiMilll*tMidaK vkli UM Uimese ever artM.ii hum tins 
h. . " taken place 

,u*. 

* la li.e aceoant of Mr. Cmw- 

lord, the Ur.Ukh UktamiSMOoei . 

L. Ba^Ba^K ^/ i 
.-; i < . . .'.,.:.. i ,.- 

:. * ..... r R '. .' ' ! - r an .' ., -. ' (. .,.r!: 

. 



There arc six brothers now 

, il.c 

77, :uil ttio youn^rst, 
, ,rgreg:ite of their gcs 

,,-ul, Irotn 

r 

uii'l :M ot tin -in h;vc been 'Clf nulubtry 

.'ory. 

out J:; 
.'anlv kn-jrL'-vl :it tin- 

Savage, ; 's c-istuin tur ilii.i 

ived f>5 
f(.r |>.,iiiiin^ out t. lii .nid depot containing tiv 

tur, hip- w ' !l ' dull.li- 

it ol the lake where they had bens 
h'd h:id the 3ei/.nr 

hiit ni-lii , 

: tattiw;; 
tin: gj.ir. l| and IMUIH! biniSI ll thi 

. 

!i:ill I'o. 
'i ill lui- 

((.llllWh/ < \\.lll.Ut 

lain It will he nn- 
I ililt. 

duties i)l :-"^ '" 

;tou :-, 
ve given 

roore IK' 

: rsidrntol ih- I' ni< .J Slates has ap- 

''iiilaiitliihia, to h 

I 



! 



. r, eh<|. 



j*c U oa tbete ic*Mirr. 

','.. ;.:.-,.: . . . . ; . .,, .1 :.:, - V 

pcactkc of natugou a man's 

his praaeut najeatf. often been pr..t4ed by 

ether lull grown persons of the rnyal blood. 1 ' 



Mi s I armer, 

j |,at :> (,i 

.: pUlc.as a n 

dered 
ail valuable 

Ijoun 
. ('jtumuiuc' 
' 



, York 

l*ioorcr uc IK.. . ,. ... . ''.' . I IM Ml : i 
ra vbrt ui 

L^L^H f^L^L^L^L^L^L^HL^L^L^Ll^B 

Noifbik ifaratd atMea Unt trooj 




ill, 




Tb gvlJ 

, ,- :.' H M . l< 



fUrg 

. .If.' 

l'i t 


S(uitr, l^ : , toco tbo oottrtof JInotiMfial <tt|> ' ' v 


i|l>O<xl 

oi UM bLck. 1'Uc cave A* > . 

lowTiLmio^ai tfM baort Creek 8Ua '.''. . :.'-t 

' 


Tho cro|i m nrioui porta ni 
; oroapoot, ao4 a boiarf ai ootaftateaal Aot 
aanooaaiL 80 there n oo top* 
bnof about a iin|ioo of oor ooa 


(hcrwMc nultrvaliitg lui- an.l 
"igl.t ui a tcrJui Mfamil 

:or ibv mocojf it v gouc. 
.-tent oTUte Journal iiu lli\iv, w * 


, agree n ataUif iut UM lord cfaaoaollor 

the in.nittiy, 1 lutkiaaoo wdl 
e again a*y th 
*ec lo ntliidualc. diamuaalc 
icv, .u:--i.gci: ..:, oU the irrqoeM and ieapor. 
uuuic by ilic duke of ' 


,J.ti Courier oftf.r Jl| 
.ai MIIM gcntkrorn friMB tbe e4y bad M Ur- 
cmu.oo the Mtb, 
, &woby 5{Mm. 




. j it aooeotaJ to bW lord- 
uif. rvoor tbro fear MOOT, 

; ... , . . : --...., I','.: . . 

.!, it aeoan 

- 






cc i rtMO|icti 



\ . . . . t >...-:. 
ted oaAfeaamOaW,*^ 



would 3o W%a 

c* uoakioo n bchft^a 

IV tt.ci aaioiatr/. Hlarb letter* of Ibc Wi JoJr 

' 












DOUIl INDIAN TKIi;l..s 



aaor* ol thai couutrjr, 



grwatrtt ! 

.k.n j, 1 .. 

.....< .-.-.. 

M IB* akmtir., nl 



:. 









who arr 



ion tam a n-s 

! ulioir. 

Jays all. i,-. tlu in to 
.ho arc 
It. rolo- 



WM 

H 






a( Pot- 

i. with a large 
400 prisotit . 

edb st- J men 

lag to attack the S 

fpjDtiO men is about 6u wersts (40 miles) Irum Uiat Ibr- 



tin- troops 

>' McrasxHird bj dilutes MS to whom 
tfliu-h was 

i 

1 order. Tcrotira has i> I, mid I 

velj. 

CRHC. 

By an arrival at ! Holivar had 

ha<] 

. tiling 

. or articles of war, and was now at Plu- 

; i 

grrst. It was the p n- r.d djiin 

MMS III'. 

cers and others wi> \< scl at Panama. 





, 



1 

TV 

troops mar- 
tor UK dej 

era! Geitmar U 
tioo (Off tbr attack ol N jeoj.. 

rr - I .':.. ' ' I 

,,..-! 



- 






mnt, eado 



oo* troops from the te 



- 

/ %'> \ Irotn 

answer; 
refuvri to eotnph ; (or, .- . 
jaatajais, growing out of tttc state nt 
Jourtwl is of otMiiion that Uie sultan * 
terms oftrrd U rite allied ioer. See twgt : 

Tb aCTprtss ol Kuttb had ai I itimgsburg on 

Vet way to th aar, ,.. r birth- 

day, wi obserr- >plrndnr. 

*c. Itad issued a 

o'^ -as at Arxos 

Mtb< 

pucha 

' 

' c ufTerrd !> I tuI m 1 



'lin'u, arrired at Grnoa on 



rtugu< 

lite jm - ,e who 

oaacaa prottertt , :i.l nrc even 



the 190t Jul> . o:. 
was oHcbi 

'I thrtr--: r 






We have r< 






I'r.r r,,r- 
ol' . 



.in--iit ol the 

. 

rts of the s 

or Mr. M 

: s, which we 

s of some ol the 

To ihe pretiden : N . <ilet. 

' 1 8'J9. 

S' S 7 

,>: u . i 1 1/ ' ' 'ii i.n, i !; innonize, il pos- 
sible, the prt 

;:, an associa- 

i proposes to 
act and be governed, are disclosed . . 

association, and the constitution < 
board. 

l, HIM! 
.1 view to i) 

lingi : 
. 

in* United Slates, for such putronnge a 
powar to baatow; and witd Mgress, 

. ' will submit the sub- 

'I01II. 

1 arn, most rx , 

IN, 
rujxnuting secretary of tlu: Indian board, &c. 



ed . 



- : 



To tlx re 

1 829. 

i.iM cveniir.-. ^, from 

Baltimore, roar If- 






r! .-,. 
Ht.lc. M i.l4 






i, ,',( . j 



? 



... 



STS 






/i .. 






I . I : r , , . ....... . * i 

the time U1 come ..cti li good UK! fcoro MM 41 



Uiaok v 

In eoiicluMoa. U. .fetirci me to Uunk JM 

oil to offer you M 

ifl ** UM hrtiio MM! 



IIUUMDC courur whidi jour eourrntion iu adoylmt. 

the honor lo be, vith crval rrnwct, jor oke- 



fcrfcA / fV yTt /Ofcf 

; tmct 

'' 






\. ..:.-. J.r.t- 
. 

diftiiugtiuUcil civdM .J t.m>. UuHMrL 



IrguUturr, m 1773 



wuidi ilr 




Mid uiuutitMMiftljr pMcO 4ib 
Vimuu . ..nmrr lo 




76. 4o%cnM>r o( 



. ..nmrr lo Kroner, h*ti tUUM be 



JHl IMUl .pp-MMrd 

U N -. > . 

p. v.,.1. :,l I >1. 



bcbcldc < i,lrv Inihe 



-Mho tle irti 

rooenir B0tf*tAJEi-J 
^tis-lfltta, Manreoi Bowoo; 






r, oa ON- 50th aaui>rrwr> ul our adc- 
. the MMC ol b Uhera, 









|o ^ 



i < . 



M I ... 



,r.. 'I., > m 



.1 *,.<:,. 
be ' 

..% S4ch vc 

M**~- \ 

lUhiiltf i.'. 



continued until '75; - (lit* \ai 

uid the 

.xii'l \ir:;lthy 
...in ; a 
I 
ill 

.11 i 'itiereM. a 






bes. 



r, 



dc*Uno*m 




A*>r; / 




j ..:.., , ; i'.,. i ,,. : an IT -1 


' nil years pait a 





uitmbrr ol toe le,; 


aaaacbusetU; a n. 


.. i in I lie 


of lac pnuioeial coogn 


; a Okeiuber of th 


war; 


-.,.,: -. M :..| ,; M i-l , | M -. .. . 







Ol 


MaAMcbusetlt, and MI- 




najrvl Ban m it 




.in A sMy, agcl 45. 


> 



cut several >..J,untls. 'J't;< 18tt> 


oaa (our Ihrough Europe; 17< 


70 a IIK-I:. 


VOPpT 




t ; lakri 






Hi 


tx>o, ir; ,.:.vd M.uli, I8U9. 






Mn&tmm Ituti . 

iKc.i'' 1 ' . \ ',-. i 




with a ' 




^^aWVIKM r v l*t^ /\ 1"' 


duo- bit nkiuc is v 


i lie morning 


4i M '- . " '' oa A i 
en the tlcei* rmt jci, of our ngbu. 


LtracU- 








'Iffl CSlj Jf1*Q jtllll 441 fTIOI I OL'lOI'C tlUS 




-ur of 

-..! UK; 


night M . ^ ol *76; 















the Pcnnnivanu contention to lurm and u.fotii her cou- 

.; Hrtffi A lu 

loa, I7,andedi. 

jencral 

attaiby for set cr-l years; a n.> 
aa the Maccecdatf uniil the . 
.;.- lo MrllL 

toUer. 17t 



-rof hit*,; 

. ,. . - ./ . | be. .: ..';...< i- 



j, only mrviving lijnrr, 
l*lu. M 



MCOCdt ! cilocaUxa at 






i : . : . . ;;,.-.!{, .:,,-.( lt :, ,. 

1 of rtoe*lion Mil fartur, . irlcclnl M dbc ol Uir 
in ,i CiMnhi. carij ui irTC.to make over- 
tbat pi 

i,ut w.. 

t: oon 

: 

I.... : ... Hlei .- ' ' . 1,1 ..-.-;, 

of MarjkUKi. ;ru; ouc n MIU- 

tor m r - *u i ietMte Md fonr t*iae , 

UtoiM 

C4ur /f 4 : , niriii- 

b-o( tho Irghlature MnrcraJ yr, a mrmbcr of congrri* 



.'J{ott*a-> 

iiiwyc-r ol' i-:. 

ot i'ltiii. at early ai 1768; a m .1.'. ; ol tin: lint con- 
rresa, and of Ute three u 

. 



the honor 

niakiii^ 

. 



: HI 17S5: a 



> UIM e.> . 
Coalsv 

G.l>bn. and i 
recourse to force, ui 177". 

twten i' .! UK- public 

rm, Uieo i. MI keepers, were 

taken potfetsion ol according!). 






-f hit a- 

1 tc . ft i 



Tto ctifru*.- f 




laf 



,"I "tun?" SLSTLS^!? 




r 



r ,'.",!,, 

5 



. JI/.MU. a native of Hotter. * fine tclioUr, - -rttr, and ne *oon M tW rMfinf of tne 

. tmftieJun. tea* born ld aVptembi sunder of UtearUUcry nmrteniL bn)onv> 

ror and knw. after J 
: country t .uid fcnpoml ball co tfc pcrnana wbo brenjM danm 



n*r* agMinit tl.cir c;mcH !.,; ;,ur,,o^i <-! r,-. ,..,. ., i tocmi pTOMMiOB. : '., .t..: . ,-.-..! .,d , UK - 

:-om raj i book prcad dWv bim by Ike am* 
lnc; m< wmg pr> c 

convention hidt) God my Kibri' K^ of KJon. 1 

. :K wonl -lala cnatr ihc VOfld. ud 
ifialle vmloia CubJoo.1 nan to Mfvrn in the 

M! Wj Of I: 

it of tMirduii. Died, 3d Oct. I*J, m hi d dT Uw bm Holnh noinvn. Wk h 



/font c I:, MhoUr ind a nuut of iiumru*: 

iu>rr ol UK- IL 
Sriiml eo-irt, ciiov , aid rtjcted by UM |c^ 

with Saiuucl AUamt m ronoantratntf lOoi, 
Xmil UK- n^f4cic L. tit ,- ^-1 u . on tb iU 

1-roerinr the removal of the troO|N from I rowb eoe 

s -. pro. fc, 

> 



- belnt M Auna, iemM fr. on UM d^. 

> < uouiUrr ol -, 'tec to ibc praiM MM! ItMfvnfjk bc nirriy ot tby 

II <itialu*aff !>:nrrf. fer orr tad over. ML" 

in hn kn ibo >Brf*ion of lua 

or, ami Mtnii *, ndao MtoMltlooOj kaeo*. 

. <lM%Md onvl i -f i.ct pr ,. tht J* ITimJ 
aJiMiyati 



. funx.;. u U tbr i*'icc. 

-- 

H-X*tU"| 

on* of UtMUMalork t treteaiUtcrin4oaUx> 

' - 



> 

: ,; , | 



... i . ;'.. 1 1 - 




:, 1859-1 PHOVEMKNT, 



I- ., ,. : .,\ ., : ,-u ii,l..ini..t..>i> iL-' ii... ' 
>r 6r%t tt.iMc.ru 



inn'b run u a bubtUntial mnl 
HI the arch arv all ar- 



I, HIM: IU ild 






sc -f stone are i 

4%eon ill' 

oth, ti. i* are 

..>,!.. - ..'. .. .. .u.ir,...il 

' _ ,, M, .i , .< . ill' I '<:! "li "" w ' <- 


r>uoa ol about fill \ janls n the u , 
road to ibr dt>-| cut along tin 
arkc<i t "'> lul ''. 

i ..I iltis w 

recent ritarauoo has 
rr:. turning uo.zca> 

. ',', .',.. ,i .(,., -,, ,: ;. i. Ml it -.!> 

rat) hi ail October. Bui a uo t diaiauee 

,' .-.,, . t , , I bsttkOM I! iu Ih- .I'.y 

Imahcd tceliow near tl, 

u !i, :i. .nl. r n. ..* " u " "'< -I ' l 1 
,,. I4| ,,/ -,, , v -, I. -.1. ^ latl III.- 

I I i, .1;, 1 ol I It4 

road t>aft s, anU 

! 

tui.Uit oer t.ads- 

..-ihlonii- 

MHta o/alloc tune for the noMrott oatenk 
ic. ha. f.- a abort period ; 

Uoa ill br coto|il>- rMolOotn 



the rtatenkmroi, (thnlt a > 

. . 



nick, 
id. nil ii rr . <cli is 

nulls 

,u pro- 

- 

I 

n ..in tin- 

,xlroekou 

. '; 
dlMnpr..i 

work .1 

..iii.sai-licn of 

; 

its\ mills :.n-! ' 







s(!aon ol doubt as !< the execution ol 

l>r nw 

' so M-ill an)' one *h<> will ira\ I il;>ii.; the road 

- u incur- 
>t bring- 









nj.ul; Uiu u nut highly 

KIMUl} Ul 

. ill be 

oi an Aincrioin autumn, w 

litcli are HOU bt um- 

-.nie ( they 
im a turnpike* in tlii* 
I'ntajisco will still attract hna- 
drcdb to ill i < 



IN ! 
Ki CM, oi m coou i 



sum- 
.!, pru- 
m Ike I mi* <l M .. 

Mtieg. So uinch 

u, r nro{K>tedy 
to it, ttial it is 
.ts ol din kind, 
1C most 



pSMi UH A-K -Ork* lOT MOM 

,tfc.n t< i- ; - ' >.. c u, |.. U B. < " " 
tbetHt t tbebnOgeol the I 
r^tnorbr^L 

,ufftdltoor. 

beMow.d on U, -nu Id 

i urtogv 

. abui- 
trctfl kMtt o> 

..'.II i* reaU> 
contrmMK* (or can? nig n 
Uma tke juairy to Uic spot wiicre it M wanteil, i>> a tern- 



iijcct uever intporuot and inU 
hat alrtad* been 



1,1 l<Mth. 

, difficult to obtain all ttv- di-urd 
,4 (he vauals -'Is *iiu-li u 

> MHQC light on this iub- 

It-ugthi, .s % s, and 

Dl nearly or quite all the 

d 

.,W. Thit ha been finished and in 
. \.Mrs;itil. ';ithas 

: i Boston ii * ' 

...-/. This--. 

. is -iJ miles, 
U I. 

I 
M ll-N'-n, Con- 

i ,. , iiion. 

> ->rk. 

_-Ui f>.} miles, 
ilall. 

6. Unaego tumil. Completed; length 38 miles, from 
. Obwcgo, '>" n<1 Brie canal, 

witb take Ontario, 



-flF.PT. Ift. UI9-9TKIM POWER 



-naoa raiut^;oe*pirtad| to leatB flO miles, 

.rs canal 
ItoUv.re m Oraage county, to it' 




*fairr awl (Mi* canal.- V a .a 



, I Wi, wnca ground was broken 

Hand on I*ke F 

./ I'nfiniabcdj length S6S mile*. 

ftaaiCmeiaoat. tothr M.u.nrr, , ir ., M,, |,,-,,| ol IA.'- 



i/. -Unfinished, Worth 46 

I length - 
from U.c mou'l, ,,| I..-.K- 






'tae.feriiii<a/. length IS miles, from Lan- 

mhed; length 79 mile* from 
*>. /VNJUtftxjriKi cono/. In progress, it having 

th estrcwilh %; Irtish 







ir k> from 



nai pajtsaj :. . tn : aab rai 
ov Mai t>* ....... -^t*lonai|i : 

. . - I Ml tr.ll run from Plnlailel- 
phis to meet the Delaware and Hudson can- 1 






1:1 1 1 Mi. 
-mg letter Irom Ulaekwood's Maga- 

4 (though the wrucr srt: c 
<ba)samki t and carry their vwws somewhia too 
k the letter will be found interesting; a c 
aa^rwaaariuapontheoaeofVa.., 

iqtOftr*. anJ sumr o'n u.n.,^ air c.) j'.- . 
ushnavy. \\ 



nmr 

(root the addren of 
hetora the mecUnic'i iuuiu- 



i; 



r. an btmdiMlory Ire 
coarw. We ci.not gnre, acurat. .-ostrr 1 * 



.n. What 
ha, ih,i 
|'., . . 




withui the last lilty 
eAeicnt, it baa an arm 

. culrs, ..Ml 

thouiun.i n..,r , laatanj baaj 
Steam i found m tr. . ....... 

under UM mflueucc ol us strong propulsioiH the gallant 



aan mgv<Ort 

I to tinarvua, 
MM on the 



U.c .m!.agmit the tide. 
nKlkt wKh an uiinght krcl. 



Steam > h . r, and the bouman may repoee on 

hit oau. it ts on the hha> t and bcgrn* t 

the earth i ,i wt , rt ^j. 

carries, it draws, it !.;. <t u. 
prinu. It >tfcius to a> to the cl oi arueans, ^ 
TOUT manual labor, your botl.ly tod; bcxov on tin- Jnxx(- 
fejof ror power. bnr skill nd rraton, an- 



>:<* aj !l, , 

WtfStim 



We 



dok^ 






... 



ll.r r.|r, t | l,,,! ,. I * 

aoe mtf busaseea but* i.. siwdy the 
*uro of the u*m laajaa. and M 

... .U .,.*. I.. Mr Ih- 



on he^wv or bM<othem. hut on tV MWMM! baets of 
Ul ! tUoMihal tanmk4p. Wrha.rWmn 
of thrn in nonn. Mid II uia4naA end hatr poav 
. o rt^rd vhel la** qu-U-. acw nf Trrj df 
senplMnt and ****** MM otk- r*. W M ! looUd 

at Mad / a 



.ii rnijmmm, and 4r 




< ntajfr ovri 

taner; it ntttU llin r - . . I thai W.r .an 
*MMt, and alo tl 



. .1 ;. MUM ' '! . ' . " '' 

hjnrnr, M not impeded n her wine*} by any ad- 



t,v ,,,.,,,:,. nr, 
dkkmal ..-: 

H thrown h 



I without itfpry to her tailing cjonUb-%. We hat r 
tafced thnt ticaui cawi oaa br made yrt agaaMt 
and that , Mjcs can be lull* pmt^eirdi 



shot, and that rrm thr peddk* aaa be felly pmtretcdi 
ideation, that a tfeo * UM boU r.* or aay 

- 

^d they rv tbos rendered sc*evrcf roan 
<r may be ib? brer of tfarir opponents. TVe 
much more d.- , -m.!- n to trka and ay nv 

acting by motneutum, when one put m t> 

ifir-.'^i, men-. M.-.I . lirrs..U'i'% I '.r -,:.i,u^r. .r. 

* i (<: : i I \\ ' % ;'! --:i 4:1'! Uti'! T . 'i i-- , , ' .'. . *i\ j< t ..- 

ly asked, wh >lo u >t all naval oaseera agree at oner on 
this important Mibjeot? But it ax diAcalt to an Jar 
stand tli' XBcrrs who ar- hi { b sa rank do not 

mode of .arf 

near system ofnar*Jtart aaaotemsilr 

...,-!% -,.ni M. tf,. MM ft afaol me) >>.- 

<>g their tags at the caaat^sead of J Irat r*c mm 
IMMI beooMui and aal 



laaJi . 
or JU 



the jrll, un! benaoosaand, crania 

the smoky stram.-r- . Ailing baunUa^Mn' Can 

of a trstetn wbh has led the naonn to Hat pma ill- of 
. anl who ! no opportunity or even dratrr. of 



rue elato ol tiK- CAW, should at onec 
baadnn what ha been dearest to then- in r t lor 1 *TJ 
yer But M M *se mat-no Ivngvr ean the Brsisaatni- 

or the ., .t.iiindrr in chirf ot Use 

tc- UK* qvj. 

tile stemm > 

-i -t tii CUQi 
>! can mamtaai that disUnee. whsob .r f^snow 
. doubt, taatirrs UiU hcUser the asilasg snap 



--I 



any err 

contrmn fire m ~ curty . ml-uut ahot, aa4 - 

ootleae, to strVe bcr a**or! 

s bevn sail rrspeoUK (he oooiparaUTe safc- 

oTkteaai nraaeis atorm.) *athrr; bus 4 s> onlj 

o those who haw had no experi 










- 

ma*t. 

I ,ir. I',., f 
l f or OUT 

own Mm 
bt fetal m a Kfe wo 



ot nitr 






*aj 

i.< 



,,. ..i- 
t,, I,..,! 



t totter* to MtydMifpr. Th-iopbraoche*of 
fe the Ray of Bta.y. llil.ru, 

' * rf . I k- '-i , ' ,- . . ri III'., 'I ,; '>'* Pi ' 

MM r . tin III ..-s. Ji'.-l JIM i. n( I. 

if * U* hollow of lUc v 



prate* ilaitfrr, il*rrct 
briuoit beacinally more i 
to ttcar a lee ahorr at t 

.-jn j,l ,! r,. '1% , !,. .,,!' 



1. , :,, , 
i;:il.-, sli.- 








for Urp 



; -<1 be- 

in tlir 
tins 5 

..(j in iiNTkl 

U'T r>| | 

, :i|s' Ihr b 






tho 






1 
tfvMMrd b o 



ariv-\ jn n>r.|.; 4 ;!\ 
n:,o t rruirr lorti 



It hat liecn 

- 



.-,<* \ !ij.'>|t- ^'. ! 
uc raicfoi be 



ddrnce of the nation. 

cffic- r% ol ihr r '^l i.: 

' ;n ..n't- , ' n 






p'irjv \r Jo r-t .!;L .'>< ,.i 
:!,r t, - -1 . t i,' . ' .. 
Wtwla; ao<J we fiod lb 

>J'-: ru i,.-i t ilr : ,.! 1 

vcafU' t;. h.i- - 'li- ii pi ,'. 
t'i,r> h t \t r,. )',.._. t,, J.- 
fin'l thm.*'l<'i ..!, ; ; \ 



" ti.i 



. 

' most alj . 

nay be. Air- .' ' ' '>' 

Soand: 

;-i-im-n,j| h.n-bor 

; t to our pro- 
1 
\rr, (i. i 1 i> nl.litig was in 

, boat- 
; tin- grada- 

iiu<ter 
ut any k 

CMentiaJ) t.ur 



> ..,...' 






me* of war, Mid a flotilla of runboat< art- 
faJ < or 



at TariMeri wl wbrocrcr 
tioB toperCorrwed ma 



I 

inodca of at- 
rrntj au.l, m *liorl, 

ctiec. by tHote who 



v .ncci.t, 
at an eoorm< 

of the- 
ent t!up KM\ 





i tli.a class 
j could hav 

j were s^ well known nod pprecnt''<! ,n rli. mv>, ih:' 
<!i:r, -ry adrniml wlio hxtJ nny IH- 

I ite h i . \ I-. > i . .v i 

new rlr; 
of metal. It 

uceisively or- 
dered b the admir . ' !y wl'tcr 

!!y notorious, 

that all thee hip were miterafa da. In short, 

'! what 

tore extras ke each 

'. Ill !..!! a 1 I-MTV hri't qual- 

ip ought 

: 

I provisions, 

id they 
\ were not thought 














- ' 



: . r .. '',' 

rtar- fam>0f tf.'tw (keffraitfrfa 
-- i*iiiU**a 

,!.-,i , v . ... ' . 



".: 



.. |ih. o 

1JJ ll. .,-'. ..' ', 






U'M T"I 
Of tre-l 
fltll II. 1 






ofuil InttUtft".* f~ 
f.y t oar barn* pU 
my haalT * communication ol your eorrrjM 

; rd an opportunity for corrrct- 

inf i.. nR a late deeiaion ol the 

iajpxme court, whicti lut b en noticed m moat of our 

ralrulated to niKlead dir 

The Mtriotoed artKle vaa prepared by me. 

i i.il >t tin 
>.nylTttn'> It v 
.otkbr nc 



i. f i . i ' 

. - >_ _ f 

nBr, inro Ifcffoyajawaja) 

II I, 4 apiNW* k* 4aW awl ikrai oajataaaW 




. 

II tUncbiauf anaVulc*. a4d*oa 

r <1 in hm l/ pmien*. For, 

... . 



S 

<MtW 
m'. 



OQ if fcf npMiKH*, 

tt 



MlM* 

:* n. <1cre. UK- im < M 
M..rra^a.!^ Tk^ip. 

. 



vhftt* 



ft!aT> Se a queitMn a 

4tetjrtHl,Ml6tfaW 



If ruMa, 

flaw a 
pear* to roc th 

pl... ,-r.u, -.plr 



1 



e, wt.rn prio- 
av. that rt 



.trt.p. 

,,- n.i,. 



,forCTTI 

tbe.hokwt, 



n !. r r- 



oorhw* 1 . Maioor reader* *** 



- 



of l,r tax: 






iu- brn*ajt> befcre tka f 
ror lo (he r.rcuit rourl ol tti-rmumi 



M roi 

fTimti ili.- deb oUrnt, for M m/,v<rm<a * ., 
for 'n intMuvrmeat M tUc Art 4 in*k f iabr or boc 
,nl othrr at. 

" '"! bl ';'.,- >| r, ||M M fed M 



/*- r T., 



YoMr,roapcitall. 






- 

lajbt, .ml .. e- : 
other prt of the uwclur 
tke earaiM co-irt t pfarrd thmt ike 
plrted M III I . but tkal the letter* patrt vcr? aot <* 
tamed tmt.1 ISIS, and lint. M tke > 



e M MTT 



xlS. 
/*!. J/orl 

l*fWlpto. r- 

iMtncledtellMaMdeof m.Ua<. >l pcrmll u> ll 

o i He pm of 



by the tntrntor*. It . not 
.!ur* K ikr 

..,-.. i,.. 



invrotor ooJd inUMi cUim H 
QlMnincd. after Ititm.e ll.>i J 

tMlblk U9C. 

tertomcdonia the deobiou alia 



iproTTOent, but 

o-pcrtniaiioo. 

-!., - -. - ' - .:' 



^K -paa ooroMrta! **^ear|eartyot opaaioa tka^/tbe 

.00. andpermitt 



IKR-8EPT. l, 1849 PATENT LA\\v 



or ,,M-rt..n ofwIaJBltJ th.- 

' 



.. 

. ef whKh u. ,,, uke notice 

U* ataboale rifht to ihr cielutivr .1 v of 

BTet>.tO whKhsp.1 

It to**, applied for belbr. 

m*k*a BO difcmier to the prmcndr. tbt the article to 



aodaftrrwarda 

Am 
tnttnior. 



bo did to by tbe private perm 

As iMf M an mi 

lu. d.s*ovrrc. the ,-,M,c eannnl 



subject of 

awl, even if it be made pnb 
assertion of the Inter.- 
who should makr or > 
would, at least, be p- 

It is a fraud up,., 

fm.1r1 t, Jlr llr Nrn.-nt ,,l hit due 

at may bare supposed that, by g. 



by a par- 

an " "' 'h.- 






to eonttnict 

H is not a . 

we have l.id down, hut <>f . 

the ronihtrt ot ' i, :<ml 



l i" hare done so. 
Inch i involved in 



e interests of the public, 
Upon this charge, the jury gave a verdict for i 



The exceptions taken to ibis charge, by 
vrrr. in sb stance 

That, from its nature, the trial of the article was nc- ! 
crssanly public, and its abandonment was i !.., 
the article beaig made and sold exclusive s 
puimimiuu: That this use of tl guard- ( 

ea\ could not take away their rights, unit - 
reaaooable lapse ot time, or gross negligence in : v 
fora patent: Thst ihe jun ought to have b 

claim, and that the public, by purchasing un 
oussion only, acquired no title to the invention. 

We do not deem it necessx 
tended in tbe argument* 

t-tfi.an.l i.l Mr leMwaft for ta* deaedaa4 th ,v mtir- 
c*ed will find them in the volume of reports, when pub- 
lished; we proceed, therefore, to our abstract of the 
opinion of the court 

The whole oi the testimony in tbe ease, given before 

the circuit roint if I 1 - :. .1, ;,. u^s i i!,b'.,|, L -.| in the 
bill of exeepoous; but this as considered bv the , u - 



/ before 

it* applHuUen," can- known 

know- 

I H,lil t>. li r. -, \ li) I's i . ; ' ..','! \n-Jl Hi- ..!.' 

the casr 

.r.t ;" will i I 

. 

i skill ..nil knov* 
' ilu-n til\ , \- 
pt iitioii linn to secure 

If ll'.IlM lie .tllDU i 

rluitr Ihr pnli! hhould 

tn inn Id lluisc * IID i, 
prompt to i- iiiiMiun 

! Ihr simil;iril\ of the 

I 

, .11. (1 II..! 



.iiid ii wMh '; 'tint, oa 

nit, id.- pnUiit wa-, u: 1 cliici 



j.rrrur e.Mjrt 

l*f I >P li' f :* 



a* altogrther eitnuieoui, an 1 

for conndrr^tKin; the single question being 
"whether the charge of the court -as cor 
Thwt M mwator may abandon I. 
tbe public was consWUrul as aa undenied tact, and thai, 
after doing so, be could not at his pleasure resume it; 
gifts once made to the public b comm. 
question which generally arises bemg ra-i. 
than on the law; that is, whether hr acts of the party 
fVinush. sufficient proof of abandonment 






The fact* atated ra the ehargr of tl 
cwed indepei 



ihe court, tt is oo- 

srrrcd, are not to be reriewed Tndeend* 
ble provisM4i ; the propt-r x, 
bemg roi aaiirj to the correct sntw 

I.e contrtutirm gave to congress the power "to 

promote tbe progress of science ml i ..rts. by 

.to author* and inventors the 

OMlmwverigtttto<h< : rti\i rrrtvixsor (fisrovrri >." 
The limited tune wt fix 

- hiah lso prr^r ..ditioni, 
>ust IK- irutU romplird w.th. The thing p*- 

% to be sucli as wa "n*/ Icnvwn or uteil b> 
appticnititf and the patent is granted *'/c a term no: 

f.rcrfiii i ^ ; ,;. .. : . . ' , : ^., , .-!,, |.,il .in-! < K- 

clttsnre rMit of uvng, tuul landing li others to be warrf. 

tin ',M! inv.r.t,. :, . .'..c ri .' Ice, \ .!- -i.-l at, 

charged ,U, 

thrthmgwas ootorigir.,! 

bvt had been in sue, or. described - 

public work anterior to ike tuMntetl duc<n*ry by the 

patentee" 

These clauses were conwden d as matervily bcannx 
npOSJ theqwstronbdbr 



wards made the 

'nitty/I told by the inventor only, 
raid." 

It is o!> Tils of our statute 

ir strut- 
lure h so similar a* 

I 

i I he won] 
thought < ir oases, cannot i 

Htion. 
"It :ni in\-ntiou i 'lie eon- 

il case is, neverthe- 
less. Sll ! 

-' of it is nut a ii!>'- Miihin t!i< mc.iiii: 
what other* use is I'icn the 

meaning of t lu n situ' ' lie case 

i pul.-ul, wh' re Hi'- "iiig- 

gBaJgJDMOl the i>.if.t' r.- n >l M i<- <n'i :ln- con-liiions 
on whi i ^niril was a 

not ex 

milar objc: 

t bringing inventions in' ihe fair 

I the words of the stslutc w 


; a will \!nc i tin- court .rere bound 

'ime remarks upon < ' m the 

rst ap~ 
siruciion 

aaroc act, as fol- 

lows: 

. admitted that the su wholly tree 

.ilicultivs, but, u, lie (onsulera- 

t.on we are all ol < 

.' (I title- 

:; rs ihe n I to go into 

It i 

H s y.| m'.-iry act, or 

rq'iiCM > -.udun- 

his right, n; ' com- 

ti tbe ter.ii* and 
eeretary of state < ent. 

-, per- 
lectty correct, *nd ihe judgment is affirmed, w,n 



LI;S 



IIKGISTUR: 



I, IK9. [Voi. \ 






rjwl Cur l*e 

c*rtt tllc of lii^ i* 

l l t 



I ::l . 

..: v - t* 



Ijr be- I Tft* rw 



,' T 

knoi 

tiooon 
judcrtl 

-.fat c.^.r; "l ;i 
d Ihc p 



l'L\ M. 



{MM, I STATE nicui > A iTlM|.nuH> 
ilaec igtweca ecrUio eiltscni of N 

be rirht to catch orMcrt near the 



: ojstert oppose thro- 



M n- -j .. ; M 

rfN > !t - MrXK.,, 

ttl.ii,;,. f,. rot fur 



-!.c- ta Ml 
. . 



li- .<. 






- " o 



. ' : . - .. 

: - ' . 

of I'm 



: F*. 

>, 

. > c i 











n 






lk*k. lhl tbr true and bot ; 

n> t*brr. . i iiU'M i l.rnti Ittt.r 




f TT u t u T c i j r v M > ' i 

d torbon 



[Aid to "fj-y in o/Xuaim.^] 









country, or 


, , si,' . .:. - T 




< I.I. K . ..-.' hjMl > : - 






i, -, ii ; 








' ; i'.u!> for the rcci 










it,, . i.ii..i< ., tali 






t CJll 1lB|f 




























































afttital which we thull 1 und <i 
iotitm then, fellow ciii- ! rich n- 


njurifa whn 






revolutionary lathers 






- > t".r 1 )i :t< tot" i oui 




WArlta 


' "7 * 


s is now pn* 






1 'lie lat- 




trr is nfocssnrily very < 












.. 


vrr UB h 










About five thousand persons are c 




he lirncand no. 




p.ml n. 


Motion it tlnvrn and 


n r t < ' ' ' i' ' i ' s' rv 'I'll 


avcr.ii;f vr.-i.-i ,: 


one hour <f virtuous 






of bondage." 




nig arc 









an i ' >tenUiy saw a 

i of blistered Ueel, made Iroiu Am< 
< i \'U being able to judge 

of the quality of the article oartelves, w can only my 
tbM bat the apfMaranoe oT the brtt aid 1 
atayd that the opttiofts ol numrrout rnanuf 
c4y, founded oo cxpenmrut, are uuifonnh and strongly 

I that iifltJiiaw but cncoora*e 

m iMsiC ,. -,:-. ,!/:;: 

can be aflbr-: 

rtsM the ianoned artkle. Eatfish i. 
al sts priae by a taonop< 




,',.|!.,r :l.r 




bud about 
sold to persons in 

cmMatflMM, h b in a taa- w*y of bcW more gene- 
Uy provad awd kttowo. An article of much in M Kir- 
aasaj< fCMral Mt, k is of the greatest importance to 
>.-. t..U.-ablci.-.j.rc*:uc t , bj Ihism '':- ')ui i.i mcroui 
adnasi iraa samesbavc hkherto aflbrdcd ut no adran- 
.!.-., i) ..;,; V s thai om toe- 
..,.;.:'. 
ielm* 




1*0*3 

hatreeenilN 
, (but describe* it 




The soil t. sandy, wsfit Cor oluvatbo, hoi the water 

SEtSSattC rTf "'r' <: ,"'' r |Tj " ;: """ ] " '"'-*! 1 '" 1 ; ' J 

-nd co'mcacncrd the K rar.,j ..; mUOMk ^ I., n- ar'r few 

MIM..M. m; iUmsnaa, Hamilton, AppMoo and 







I. Ihr 



.< n ware wli, 

. Tfic 

. 



it could t 

tiiioo of the t 

common clay, and at an evident \c arc 

111- NtUS 

itnallcr vcwl ot the *.. 



. i .!! :ivi 'i iho v^ s:-i-!s would 
-.s, 8tc. 
ut the "kind that \<- have seen or h- 



::;,. BJ '..- 



<: ;:. 



;.. i 



, is tituuted on the top ofono 

.1 DM MM Hi ' '. \ ili'-v ol" 

e been cu;, fi-om All 



und larger th:in th 



I 






in many imaaaes, cause a 
cully in southern latitudes. 

AB. 

officer, common,. 






I I."!. !,. .|, K 

would adil very 
-alihi |-rvi!r\at on i.f 
k and Stetrt ship-, of i 



ent tyuudrons of 
< ;teu khifjt ofvor. 

pi-r ernploy- 

di-.ii. (" t'iKih .. MI,, ni. tin chlondi- ol lime, 
the comfort, *nd pcrhapit to the 
the be*! 

expr- 









-. M , 






the 



IrngtllOl l.ll. 




- MMT, .... 
v.h Irvm tl,- 



. *ftl* f.^^B_^^^^ joio&W 

' - 

of ibcTAiirr, Uir 



' 






iort ilw no*! 

r. t,,, r . .'- i 

to 
partmri.1 I,-,, i-i 



.. T'*AIML, k*. The Si. 
(cnlirrUtrtUc uiri>.Mj ina 

\t<MdMMb li. A. -^5- 






air. u ' 

.;.i.. I! ! IM r dM . H t. !, 
ro-.r:. ' 






MAr 144k, IS'.'.'. 

at MS I. 

crUm, and t the nrxl KMioo to report, 
and oaiuni of tbc ult work* nublnhed 



Mich nunufccttirr; tlu ii.-.ii 
iMBilfMlai i il ft! the dlflV 

fMU . 

the C.MCMT n.l luc.l.lt -f III." 



' 5. ^ , 

.k.!an.btftio(iUiUfAor 
cmd fort*! 

1*0 liocp and cole re owtbrf IMP 
:U*r w.th h.iglc. IT, kc. MH! rnio^i el 

. .. ; :. feo.1 MR! . J ^ hH ,. -V . | 

^i Bra .'. ii lowi. -n ! ; : -.! LJ- .!. 
m.owMcrr4r.|Corl rt>-U, aruJ *r^ck . 

i ' . - . . ... 

^. fa^ft17 OjTt^P^ feiToor A .vd 

.ilMrruvr.lai 
borrowed oml will rmJr f or wt 



!, : 



I .H, ibertl 













l.OOO, '300 






Tv 

5W inilci Irum I 



or LXAB. TnukofAe (M*ttm 
\.onihc rout to tfce poitafc. 



I ....... | 

-.-. .1 i] 
cat to 





Ike |r4 l b 

iuUe.^1^ lUc Fox 



M - 



h., Urf> l.mlt :.." " b*y. I y .M 

, M the 



. 



IT, to s< 

iy s:.y, they 
: i atone 






n in ; 

v ,.-- : 



< ...:..,,!- v ,.-- : :, 

n boat oav,;; 

nortagr. nad M attempt, in Aj.nl la*t, < 
* notable to m*ke mo, 
u ahe compelled t 
i and hara, nd has been ton 
the VJ i soon, a* the channel Ireo/ier 



he dews 
and movcabU- roofs m 



! i.i> is HI) octa 



Yr. 



an much ndn. 
States, is almost unknown, 

rul i" ;li- r->m.tnrs on llic 

-'t most, 
itned in 

J. 1,000,000 Ibi. In 
Or 8.000JOOO Ibs. 1 

. :n nvemg' 
about 'J 

!!omn sUlct, 
Me, the 



l.t. It 

! hiiild- 

i in our tan- 
nenes, t 

1 ' I 
< is somewhat monotonous; 

%, Mn cstat- <>i Mr M 

lowes, whosi- ring the mules, who 

tookadv . -:i\(- linn to make 

mules I iy a son of 



1 



Hating 



. 
ajajrtiaa*. 

v. f ...... 



. Indir* 

i hose where 
F. Jour. Com. 



Corn*. Abbo' from Cuba gives some 

^t-t-^i;.^ partkttli PC! '' gn a-th i ; -1 manage- 

Bent of Use coffee tree, and the preparation of it* fnih 

)g, whicli will no doubt aiauac 

MM! instruct all lover* of coffee. 

The coffee tree will bear, on aa average, for about 20 
nan, and as the plants are renewed here and there as 
they decay, and do not produce imM the third year, one 
tenth part c : ^productive. I 

from a naif to three quarter* of a pound per year. The 
fruu is uialainfd in globular *hells or husks, each of 
vhlah contains two of the berriea, such a* we t- 
m the market. They are ptcl. .0 husk whm 

they have tamed red; the picking aeaaon commences in 
NoVember, aad continues un 

the same tree doe* not ripen all at onoe, but the Uiflercnt 
fit to be gathered sueeetsm: 






States. 

arated, and the c 
sort*, i 
some twenty < 






m,; null, w Inch, 
mnow- 

.( s of mills for 
>K- husk 

i .t is 10 

rt-adth 
.ch the 



female slaves are arranged, uho handle each ^ 
. -panting ll 

Ms tor 

. 
I jscness of tin picking. 



;.?r*r picked repeatedly, at diflerci 
td the fro* nail gathered. The negroes , 
in batkeu. which, when filled, they carry 
to U* maj, or rrtbcr to the ilry ers, i>rr to the house of 




and cover from a quarter to half an acre. They elevate 
U.e ground wrth a bed of lime-atone, beat 
and raised m the middle of the bed ao a* to hftve a gen- 
. and surround the edge* with a wall of a 
loot .a heaibL Tbts bed and ll are coi 



coverod with a 

rcmcr.t nr m- rt^r. baafta d Ura :'!. :, Jirary I.. ' - 
Ue to render it capable of sustaining aUckaogn^wra- 
-nportam use of 



Sco&ariov n;rrs. 
beets, which was mtn 
in 1811 and iMi. has 



: ' i.;:. -i 

fined sugar 



! Bn^ar from 

' i- if li :n Alcnt, that 
00 augur m-. 

'KJ.OOO 
nnt. I' num- 



, it.'), the 



nets and bea 
to be uneqti 

ever, the refined West India 
refined beet si: car; hut wei;-l 
equally swct 

was made by the !'. 
grave, and announced to the pi.' 



nris, i: .' :itli of 

ti-om 

' '.:' . how- 

ugar, is swetti.i \\mn the 

> or sugar in the beet -root 

i clif:mi&t ' 



Com. 



York Comro. 

gy, the rights uud acts of Don M u m per, as he 

is generally . . 

tend* that never had o ilic throne. 

That it is hi* by I 

: seed am 









i!.. 









'- I M*d 

. ' ' . 



tl*c| Ml* maf 

\ia*JjotttftffW 

twb of tlc p(*C, * cooi- 
r MM JVMT, ftMd Mf lA.*l,,..' Aillaft. 

a*. 

... 



We lore by ike Se 

I J -urt-l. 
i cccrttcJ to furmtoff Ml Mtliftc i 



(Ml. 

on 
re 



he |ifpO d 









;*l luu 






Cv. .!..!', I, ....... f, r , t, ,| L> l!, .(..!,.,! . 



MI* 

5JVrrrtrkU C ope3) 









to our i 







>o to aired* >* 

,wuj t:n. 









,,iU oh<rr MM 



I lu! 0. 



i,,., 






dM fcrt, 

Ita MM 4, 



.itKMM.I 

to be the nM^ntf of 

.rv to be ddrtl hrr M 
.,1 of^lwo. It 

' 



\ _ ; , . . ' 



mfluetw* ofdjo 

d> whkh 9* p che nwy TM%. 
i, ttiM the iMrretl raay be rrpd 
The Urior of theeooatry to *l*rb 
ihc border* of the Urfer Urrmmt k to MM* 

tig Urge pool* vhieb Aflerwd* uafnfttr; tat 



r tc 

kUKl 

i:;. , 
IOC 

and 









the - 

; * HL 



rborATfofAe 
ODtbe VAtcrooor* 

Mitone^yrdof UMbvd to of 

,:-...-.:.-,. ,.-: . .' 

tirobervu. ~i~tte pnrwt wMMf to iWMKl every raNm. 

. i ".. .' , '.,.:': .. - .' ..- IA-"- 

r k.,f lK- MMfe*ft AMhA f*W^Mft VlHMTMBBf tfMitMMP T til' 

pcnor i wt inv KYvvW MDC Y^MB ^^H^PW wmp|^ ** . 



pcrior{ 

.. 



u' , , MM HI - dM OM MfH r .... 

of Copper Uke.Md to biilX^-. M^ 



Mint c)i> 





- 



um ChippKoUoii river of Uke 

. < 

j and IVcktat.". > 
i lame wbkh 1 1 



h -r^ 



' < i ..i .;> . , 













\cri a ,.!M ntv-,,1, -.., -,- M, , V 

maponatiof. b, . 

||ir.n prvf-nl* in.nT tit- % I. " c > : ' 



. 

1C. tt . 



,05 c,.nnrtmi,* 



M. ,- | mil lk< 



' 

.rwj general topaarapb 
ptM now worked. 



TV* arrival* from F.nr. 

I !,.- >.. ^ , !.' :,iu-!. .<M'! 



Hi . 



Ibcartay ofoperatioa 

\ ,r. r p% ,l o',.. r. ., 
an.1 K c 



over 
tral hoiuci i 

ti wan 



rxiran- 



i on their in 
wiaV all pttd at BacardaabJk. 

A KMtmo ai,dTurk,.h aOtnr ' -. I,-,,! :,:, -,: - ' , , s .-. 
riav w tba camp at C*(Mim!, < 
a. U> tha nefocjationi, v 

it vas MM!, propoar* a. a roalj of! 



i b) 



ar( 

!.. r ' 
until .11 thrr.M.,1/ ' 









. ;- 

^ortc wa 



r,, 



- - 

dthr Hcdoum* 

to \\\v'.-. t -\' TaS 

:*>t prionrrv ami 1 :- 



I Iron i 
iwitnransdi 



* H IS 






i 

octica, 



a. at i,' wa.| 

j>'.<\ tiriK r'ti aft] : I ' . ' i 



< 
ai 

rJolion w ai lookctl for, taiial 

liftmmmnttfm the locreaae of ihr ana 

,'njrtt Hli arms, ainmur.i i.n.li..i -, s.^i 
n r p**cruTn^ i.l fiiu r^ *'itr* n. . 






oat Uia atrr, k*. had born c 




no. Ayi 









qootmf that part t 

rhiak he aay., that the aspect " 
w.. on* of approaching 



':-. rr ' i 



oot ao late a* the advieea i, 
^nflataktl>- 



n niwi '"fcirdmi lawlaatof JwMorHrfaoiog ; ' ., . 

Thc^lntionba* 

r4 pr*jid-at, wnU the eoafratalatioaa of everj pracea- 
UaT*H diaaovd ncrv, 

1,^ to mA.:::\.ll.,r:,Mothr (,,-,'. a, ... -.'. J'.,, ,. l,x 

ia ibe daiies uoragr, port charier., x- 



tea. Tka flpaaiak forw which landed at Cabo 
an4 touk pOMeaiioa ol Taiapico, oui 



. nway ol wbom are aakl to be negro*, 
i. TWrt were bot 5O 



Taaaaito at ate tiaae of tlaar hadiaf 1 300 of whom made 

wbic !,> T. aroatiM Iha bar, ... 

Mexieaos ibout 15 



Crawl-i 
ca*e, w 






i -I for th 



8rr>' >non. 

.peculator., with the view 



rulir knou-n 



a law report 
* anfagaili 

*ay and anaiiliiii In. 
Ua eouftMi far law 

... ! a ..... .-3, tin ml 




a.fe fe |*l b*0 *r*M<T 

remain baiaaua* w.' 

w.ih tucb fiaajaaa. aatMtiaa* (bat MU Mi^^^^^^^HE 



"* <** _Jil"i' k*waa 1*9 ra 

^^MMtou MMttMMB AWI 4M WBBB ft^M ^MMM *^M*V A^ 

ST^^lTt^ J^STai Jil^I?!bT ^ ^ 



Mlftfcf ttapcratpUbfa U> UM ?. llM *. 

,. . ...-,. 



l"Ue wnifraiiiAni to jiirfan, Mh4 
tfca iMMtifali* u 



...C.mMtj A 

. jllir Id tor, ih'1 f J < t * i . I < * i i K ' ' ' t *.'* * . _ J 

,i. -V i. i 

, n,r,. 



.Mf I/HJO a^a. aad 100 piaan af bawvr 

i> . . I .' . t.i 
. ^ . . II* I | . 



ladca wib f0,000 1 o/prov^ioT 

aoorar, ud ga*e { If on board . 
baa aaalfm dolbr to CTOM orrr bHore me, .ml . ! - ' <>l r.rra<r, ammiot 10 ItS.OOU 



^<lTdiU 



/)tb. JOoniMMvv 
Mmm. ud 0ie If on lovd %l.ii> ol IOU rnnt, the trebl of 



*r M carnage.*, araoom 10 i*9,uuu wa. \ jo IKT. 

.0 wri ? hm 7 ISJ.OOU Ibt. : aa th lower deek tt t . 

.) lb.i oa the vpper daak li 
about lAflOQ Ibt t baaid on tba 



U*r lMnt-ii PkaroaJri i^-. tffjr UM apot IM i f. : 

r)l*.llfi. 

r before va. bwtlljr more thMi the the guru t)i<*'.. vlvrt. 
K TbaA** al I xmdon brkdM. w*i from two raoal bava anoU*er aat of 



10 thrrc tu.k. bnM . ;i. wbid. atlOfBlber, aroovnt 



\ia,,- -,.;!. !'. r.,.1,,,1 ;.brA . pUr !,. Q d low , tuf- 

ooU rcont and aillort ohetU, tm.ll .rmt, tt. make no kv 

. 




of 

at :;r of tbetr Urce btp came* 

FMtOOtfb* ; and. *t the aunt 
- tb M mch caas tba 



T* . 

hat grown 






AQ0oljraipiauV| to i 

or relhcr the cIcji'iAnt '.t M. I'run , . M 

1:1 tn \|. * 






. P : , .. . .. 
amet rt o b^h 
comut of. wMMfrftMi amaWr of dmiof tnt 

.gctrm.rcU Uifirtiit. wot lea tbi iweaty f 

. , , 



-* * 

.-,, l . ' M ' \-. / 

.ooo,.)uo. The MaiaHibdMM 



IHH aof ddUMU la mun; 

- 

d9^OQB 



. 




me), to |roiumc iI. K . i.-..i. ..- ! , i,,! ,u , .' 
>K Iroin . thoiiMiid Un;;-i - i r.i,> i. ,;,-,.., 

to place ft oalbat of tbe i ; < : : . 

hadecd, dot wpadcrt, .oil eert.ml* with *\c-^ . , w 

po< Parana. TViMtwemft.. 


b*v frrqaratt. 

Vr /fdnrt. 

M 

n.-l.jj,, ,- Oac i : . ' ; STS 

I. Sit 

xoacmr, (Kaa^rcl 

. M> uiuc" 95 Ml 

veo tbe eleplwui , MedieftM ' 



aba*;- i S.lU S.9S4 

aajj urncMr. lr hv, ;or i> ,;> >i i . 

O* wh.i ! rtudeott - 4, K'* 

^..^ , ,.'.-. 






i: ;. m .1): 



dfetfSl 



l'n.i-:i ^ -i'li- '' 






Sr- r..' : 



KB 



ofPwsivas* 

IK*.*- i -2 HMTI hi 

scholar lor 4.CT1 

, . ,.: .r 

**"** MM 



la\tM 

.7 N ' 






4,420 

MM 
B,M 



Iwir years far the 



. : , 

hTtJuTstthtfiy jeara, Prussia will be found to pos- 

Jnhabitantt. 
Oee ooalethstki or professor brought 

Ow* fsMltinOSiT fni 

.' ' 



449 

850 



n the ofi'ioe of 
. 

for SOSM yevs a clet k'ia the general pool office, appoint- 
ed . his place. 
CtaWTbe president of the U. 

kmcof lor the port of B- 

.:, . : :.: : 

r.. ...'.:. - MX ah fOH II gO, v.! , :, < J: .,,'., CftUM un- 
der the British govcinmcnt. as but 
tiO,OUC. It is bow upwards of 1,000,000. 
MOtkmf in comparison with Ohio, ;. 
Acr toe time above mentioned, was a savage wil> 

:.,; ,. t '- M . ,. ;>-. ft ::>'. i;t -JIM! ' . '..:, ,.; ,' 

Asnv. On the 3d inst. anow fell on the lulls 
borne. Vt. an meh and..' 

/' . i . r,:!, r :!..:.. '!- ta!-i, 

. 

Cretkt. The steam boat Virginia, h*v- 
* J<J Crtck Indans from Georgia, run 

aground on her pasag up the Arkansas; hi consequence 

of which die In.Iuni landed, 

:->:., lav of (' ' .' i .- f< ' 

/ . .'.. .' ' ., :,aj),c 

ka beOB coaBtOetcd for the Maryland and Virginia steam 
boat company. She is a boat of the first class and, 
utes of speed, safety and coml. 
, is one hundred and thirty seven lect in Irngt! 
an cnfioe of one hundred horse power. 



A Londc 
that 



' IlitllMO 




*l, is as 

cnie. grncmllv sold for that ( 

-f n JSorMoimJfcr I i. , i k wasfelt 

m I JHieaster/Pa. on the 8th Inst. 

forty one square feet; the paper is fin 



SOL I li: 

was drawn out by a pub 



' 
very i --hut VM n-, 

it sets forth, ll. 
ions diflci 

he editor of 

namelei 
the Patriot. 

.i.v.Ttliv of revieu 
thought Hing tl 

my sentiments know 
opportunities to roak 

- 

last sessi 



one more 

11 ki own 



le 

iii. (<--(!. > o 
: >r 



coim 

be connected wi 

const<! 



i unber arrt- 

ted at West Troy on Monday the 3 1st of August; 

nuy and the 
MsUwC. 409,1 

/ . . \ i . . :- : .Mai ... . .' i '.- ! .-. '!, 
Bitfcmosjd Compikr, decUresthat "in a few yea 
i ids * ill be coma oa* of the greatest tvgar eouutries 
neswe has demonstrated the Caot beyond 
ojorsiina, that awgar ueqeally as producUve hi 




ov* cnrftrtM^-. We were yesicrday called to 

. .-' ;. -" . ,..: \ . :.MV . 

pomt of 

, rf any thmc, uiierKir to the Csuvpeasi: 
every other respect quite equal, and in width eaaeedi 
,ard. 



Borrow. 


tlii' prcM nt fit cl:i':i, I am carcicss oi 

, 1 am not an advocate ' 

.powers at.' 1 . 

< onsoli- 
! a vigorous 

i sliall be an advocate of sued 

lily of such a me 

1 

duties 

.1 the course of years ol to the 

has not 

.iiply because the great increase was 
disproportkmate.inmyc.! 

reserved rights of the states, and tiu 
.>ie tin worthy of a patri< ' 

:n those who consider the states at ever 

at nothing, f am rqn:. m those, 

. . i. .! ;: intii -it -\< is iliui;;, and t l i'; 


scasiofl, and at the Mission he I". 

t diangcd Utem since, and am not 
so from any reasoniu^i tliat ha 

icts or newspaper*, in congress or at ( ! ouhl 

not strike out a single opinion, though it gain 

As to the Sunday mails, I am their enemy: an 
God that f am. I nerd not aay, that I shall do my duty. 
bateter riiat may be, in a calm . 

igh I my not be able "to l> 
hi style," or fo obtain "an o 
The conclusion, that I am therefore r. 

: I hopl! 

will be treasvt .> 

I bat. ;.crance society i 



.i \ -r;i. 



l*1f e^ prr rar J. 






are the election shop 
and degrade the ro> . below 

' 






I,!.,' 'i.-ll.V. 1. J 1. - 

.' II I li...'. that 'ill .:..-' I . . 



| (. 




tow** 

. - :. 






no oajaau to auam by M 

I/U.la.r.' J^l...,!, 1 , 

lbC I W..II U 

of 



fa! ..... ft. , :' ,. : , MB* 




lo.,. 



, do tot to Juaraiil . I bc- 

i . - - 

o. 7 a* aw'/trwr. AaaordaBj 

not > t.c !.!,... -.!i ami, but k> 

1 1.- I 






. il.r .,f!icr. I I.r |, , , ( . . - < ..:u< .. I..:, .- i. ,. 

or, elrcfMif a MM. p. ot K!*| they dMO IMS vb 
: b..c.d, u pr- 






* MHr. irw 

pnfe. 1 H*. 



rauoM. ahail eter bo aiy pr-*r . 1 
roer, for the people 10 MI i aod &* I love 
T. I roap*at H too m*+ ibrm, 



Uiat qtteion ehrrJI lolhe 
ha re-Mth wi 
>le hate a rajht loiodfv for ihtaiMltta, lai^Ml/ 



>rtJI la (be prvprr InlMBMl. 



w for UMMT 



bieduty"* the otrr. If ^7 m> 
aadt, be tbry hM ihcy m*;. be does 
only party I itoll err brioof to. to> 





" 






W "r 






lUal 4 

tvi 
count; ouM 

.ployed by 

i>g to lake MI MUVC part 

of pitblie 

ato 



| !\ , ar i. ! 

...t,,'. to! ! I-! 

poruooo of to 

tlt it * a aibjaat 
onto to KMth: 

od H ". - ; HMK 



44* Sr^. lt. 






talct that a gnMleiM* of ike 
over to ppcr* c; 

' - 



handed to 

AV r , 1790 

Dear sir: I am awry auah jaaioatm as yo rela 

hould be gaming ground, .n.l jKUwnu,., tu mouli of the 
oulhern people. But admit n.c i-a whicl. . 
a* Ihe aaaav of them, aod | 



tall aaoa*. dor* ft 
hl wa* kaown to rt-r> own of 

.1 

:>l j\ \ ; ^ . . , A: 



AniJ any n alH 

, 

; .- v - '-,. .-l' . '.'-.< .- 



their lore* 




,. .- 
> Ar 



ihcr* ao4 otlirr 



the 

moat 

rrMmlhetheunnii.ooooeha* 

ia-. j 4 k ' l I r % r* \ t j I < , . \ ,,-!. 

v ...... . 



poX*l 

tUr^thr, .,:.. -,t.t.:- II lHJC Mate* 

ia of they a^araatsor t. whdat tUcea>- 

^11 ~.-i i , ^ - -* - - - - 

i ' ' i 

ii Hill ^M. ! .lr>HL<( k-K nl I*L. to 

1 " ' :i .r al ' '* -.'.-... -J . . i . . ( * 

l thcrw . I 4r. 

llMMthe 

.; toj 
. iMpjIJMd i:.- 
iruofVm. to 
of South Croha., etc. 



word* a* to the elect oo M 

v mii. 4n-U care awl * 

i llureoottl 



the eoont; of Fairfax. Has not the Mcrratt oT the pc*- 
rd. or to nAahnaai* brn taught to bc- 
.1 Theaeareveil know, truth*, and j 
not follow tot uwrpatioa wa to mull trom tfce da- 

I , , ., .- 

To amdar-Haj.^ H veil, hoth ih ,n-- ad all 
i OMiat he folly Mdertfoodt aad . 



.. 

^einsier 

,i '.- rn. 




,I.K> 






*th*t 

i MI xrnon. vi 




retpnt regiitrr who has 

M ,,f BM "i. I tin- old- 



..-.. ' 

a] ;!.,- BO** I , it 

tiuwils, it ctruin. 



n -,i|, 



, well 



.-uh.,,,,l,M .,.. 

l>eH data for tts, 
WlUi modi truth, 1 am your affectttmatr .-. 

Strwart, eaq. Fairfax . 

Mil Il.VRY ACAin 
The following summary notk. .- sting estab- 1 



i v : > 



Brevet lieu: - (corns of cnei- 

). wperncradant and commn4vit. 



hy * i. 



r.. i . . , tin , . ir f i ' 

numbers, 

are 26 eadets who have no 
mark* attach 

i>f last, vrho lias 7 
ea oppoi 



tb oJI*n and M!. 

Writ Potat. *Tb* academic staff* appear* t 



1. Doogi ,/eMor of engmeenng. 

IjnM. W. HyC._fcn ant, assistant 

pr^-* r *** t T* '*i * t t'ii- ^ IT ^T. 

1 profetwr ol msibemwiios. 
a, Urarehi. 



<mcr, shayliai and proCrttnr of rhetoric 






on. assntatit prolrssnr of do. 
Ojurtrnajr, proleasor of natural and experiroen- 

LaniU. U. P. Parrot I and Lane, as* tat sat protestors of 



Qmdiaa Berard, a*d J. D Comovio, 1st wad Sd teach. 

ers.and IK-UL Naumao. awisiant teacher ol th. 

f. <5ibredr, t rather of daw . 

own, asttojint tcadirr of do. 
Ethan Alien iirtebcock. instructor of tactics, 
'amdrtt. 
and Palmer, assistant instructor* of 

.!, !; ll,M. 



, , . . 




i.eut. TiUing. 

. ' ' ' 



.aam, MCfwOw. 

The number of ede<a, of ihis rrg.ster, on the 30th 

. -' : - I ..'' 

alaMa^naw*4twad**a--toamw4i4S-Htett4S-- 

and the (onrtb fa B*ak -det ia to remain fonr years al 

WlMdMiMM an'' (kMlMim M p :- |fce' n il,:.. 






we approach 



of tlr 



om one fo', 

;i., ! .< .n ci - . ;!"! in vi 

'Us a little Mortli 
motiriUint, ami the strongly 

u the 

one present to answer 
onward until we earac 
suxxl three or four large d weld 

looking woman; 

WM now a member ot ibis M 



it was low o 

? range of tin- (Jattikill 



ons and he.. 



b 



is impo 






eomfbn Out diffuses it-. 



MI 



' 'ii tlM co mtr> 
u!l inb* 

Kl (He r. 



r ,.! Ic 
1"hr ikirU > 



r ' > '.1,1 ^ ' I*. I -' 










. 



"I'tiC i*lh MHititlt 01 lO b 















ij. or JK-. . 

j, orpe" I'JJM 

popobtfoM of ihr Sioui DMMM *O,OUa 
lbor, i>, 

lllJM (0 MIOUU 

i the toiMli; twlro^ou m 

tsal parti 4 lianb, goOmi 

* i on 

i|0 rUv!iJ( 
j'COnlc u r r. cif- anr:t- 

> . M proof o< 

vaulj of Uic 

>'bjr froaiio 
.'i rnier *to UM 

, l"bc diu, 

. mm\ Uwv. va Ufec 

.t.u.^a-, 



M 


















.rortT 









f T11K LONDON 



' I -.' . r. , .', V 



-* m m 



I to be ioea- 
lasjd 

\\ .:,t . .^; .- . 



nuMHtion. 
IjoT | 

to be dr .j<. 



;; , ., .!,nv-l ) lb : .vrmi, fromtlu-n .Imn 

'-.s s 
., being at Ike rate of Jll3 6i s 

die duty ui ' 
rwemenJt, averagtni; 

paper*, there are several published IWK< 
Herald, not leas than 8,0<> 







\\ ; i.. i ji .; Mi liribb >arto -: " 

:s f and 
,.-. -. ki in 

r*otavatojair -iid OttowM lum 
troun-1 ioh,ehihej have , 
! .rludu.gall the land 

Ca*. 

I v- . . . , . :i -i ,,t . i MMM 



\Mrb^o Uk. and I. 



for *Mer 



o, jr.-.. ; 

tr^*' -^ i. 'i.'t '. !'\ . . 

ad toil not rioellr<l in n 









,rt. 

: . j . i . i ui Pouvauraiei 

10 he txMt( 3,6uUjUUU aero Ka wcUcrn 
nff the 

- 
1 , i!, M .,,,,., 1,'s, M.. .,.., ' 



mints, 

M.llTjl 

impoti 
everr i 



! an t-xira 

li. (!'{ .1 ;i'-^ '-; ni< i . i'i I u.i! H ! ti-i-iiiiiu'd lu 

iole ea- 



paper 
, than 



-. is abuut 
), boonded on t ,. aforc- 

aWalMn - . I-* I. k ., ! Sugaj I-.M r- ; i,,.i-h !> 



ich the c 

' 

watett. an<l 

ale*. 

bed with springs or tin- purest 
.',d wfth sites fur water power to almost any ex- 
tent, l^meaad aand stone c.. 
fa L'i M Bf .. ! t,r.< ag, i Lhvhai *ffi. .. >,i : u,,- 

-bichilinv br . 
OaretobepaKl 

tkava disnl>utrtig in oar immediate neighborhood 
! -?vL 

berealtcr to be furnished with all the 
perch made by the Induns to the commisasooera, and 

m sAi < .: v. ... !. ,'.- :,,. loffjKiawa.Mri 

othrr more romate tratiaaetioo*, n i irae we 

fcataai from further remarit upon the treaty. 

DON PRESS. 

Thrrr is somethosg m the amf>un* of capital and nura- 
. the London presa, the profit 
prvyoe'ors and the < 

tent ol us <*JatMi aod the n^kdity of its movement s, 

nhe aatomshflseot ol TO Arocncau readVr. 

It rt.targe* our idea* of the power ol the press, great and 

.1 as art rt r^rt.on lr^a U in the U. Stair*, 

.,'!- paprra m 

we w ill ettraat a general sumoMry of tbear character and 

Of .. f;%. 

a9appearm Seotland - 

there arc 5.- 

* the, .Uilj throw nto creulatn, lociu.lmg their 
so**! aoppfementa. is about 40.000, aod theimoont 



persons who are in seat > 

. 

averaging about $488,886! Tin* N 



/ . v 

as high as 8U to 90,000. 

less Uui. 

[rrs, ati'l \*< ek, 

we may fairly add :/ '.000; making Altogether 

unb'T cf { 

|>cn is upwards of 600, ai> , more 

thao 50*' ; tHkiti 

..il paiK-rs, and those oi u.l lie- 

>l>er employed hi tln I 
atat^ .. aoraiof paper haa an edit oi at 

to COO; tea to fourteen regular i v to 6 guinea* 

per week; from 30 ..-.sitors, some ot 

> Is receive JL2 Ss, per week; :>n<l others 

or two 

.1 men and boys i- :itvnl llic 

id suii-puhl 

more clerks, kc. ke. The dadycostol j 
single No. of a morning paper is at I elusive 

of the coat and stamps on the ; 

; ctiewer initiates his readers into the 'secrets of 
in house', "I the 

Uig abovt mid-day, . i vi.>rk in 

the anmaac. The editor's duty begiua \itli the publi- 
,.,,,,.,! 5tVMgpap .i-^.li,, C...-MUSM his post 
till a lt< , l.i-- .'. 

frequently compelled to 

which the public press in ' '', "'' : 

k is not rare to see a le.-> .olunm 

written at 9 o'clock in the rooming on &OMI subject 






, l19 






cd o boor or two prrvkxuljr 



inwy part of 

iu.j- paprr* 

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, there b no p*eiurr bgnJaga rurmbl MW t 
Us ot the known world. The noni>laiiM of 
not only totuteiorr to 
idert tot will contnbate nutr 



Mjy 


ed yft/w v, pliecd 
blank, anil 
MM too 

offier,.odhe^ 
ovt to employ h. M- 
mcc-lctr ..t tw,. Wl ,i:i,, 
V jxv.r >!- t | ui A |wnnt. 



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ol *hicb 
:iurH.-l..i.'l.ll. W .i,robl, troo, W- 

. j; -", ! ' " n -, 

IS diootcn, in raob of wi 

>ut the Lnc'l rr-ORfti 

o-ilrr. lor UK- c-> -..ci.irii.r -I 

r, by reference to 

.,., Kntrr. \ . 



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rthh rirrr. itir unl rrnt If ibe 
UMiratbcf 

! . 

MM, coou* 56 .6y acre.. 
pnpairtMn * .'l 
% 7W. of U 







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APK. 



of rt 

a cuuniT of 

t *9 * 

trthatlr. cont>tnit a 

*S*de| ofglrbr 

prodw*, whkh 




>r Coc . 

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icres arr 

s of llir 



I iv ini;s 



'^IUBUoghtlhalaeh*r 
1,000 person, would be Tilth*, as necessary i 
Proteataota, I 

pam Usere/ore n%ht be accorom.xl..i. 

Of * single churcli as to n 

tMh part of tbeprodoo -i .M'A-* aoreaql Km! i- :u, 

nojlly paid < whole produce of 

8,692 Irish errs, equal . acres, whicli 

r re Sm:;r.j; < n 1 . ,: . _.. , ; , i, , ; vi!.f^ f . \i, :li.- :;;-( :.t 

M.- pn <-r.! M .c<- <>l j< ; i,-. i: .. :-,..:..- .!.: ; > .1 .'.i//.'.:" '. 



told of variou* extent, i 



ft i not for roc 
policy of a; 

Of Men count v, lo such purpose; for justice 
iiid J|T, I Jic rellpoo ami Uw, ar , 
MhfioM fir ordnanr vnlers; but (acti may perhapi be 

mc4r ProtrftootiMn br tbcwr means, then mui( it 

1--*^.! (f,-i ti,- njf.,.. :,,-., r, .:!. .,:., ::,. ! ttl ttrftatUTL 

c few 1766, the Froiciuntt were i 
and the thol* 66,540, being about ten lime* the num. 

'rotettanu. In the year ol 1792 the ProtestanU 
had increased to 

MS* nearly c i^b: % t.roea the number ! ! It is a known 
ajfei pohltshed fact, that the sum apportioned for adminb- 
UriBf rVoratao( rr 
Mdt sa amount the turns \HH 
for church aer 






acres, 
aboat ' 



tawt. besac a great part 

for the pvpoar of bringing a 
MUce. The insoectjon of the 



angled out one dioeeac 
brinpnr us monstrous feat. 
Uon of the other dioeeae 



ill : .t 



i .tljM-nt tin- 



. .i-s. 
arloren 

.t from 



>l) or ; 

l4,8t>J ' 
one luurth ol 



clcbc lands. 



te tak 



Mat the oaJy oaw the biahi I com- 

p'.ctc and I bare ronfinctl myacll to (eneral calt 
?--. I - ^ldot be tho(ht lo c*at partial rdUetiooa 
upon aoy parUcnUr diocese, 'fbe observations apon the 
to flarranily daMinfuiahed the variotis dwv 
ccaes wll be feWMlawler their aepai-ate titles, but t will 
: the leaJbg cliaractera which 



FJf+m. 



If rrc we s**e owe clorrman reeehrlng Ibo 
tjtl^aofh>tparJ ; -. ttsaa* 1M*4 m i(ir,.., , 

' ; :.i '.'..' . - -, -. ' . - 

deed there is bet once Wch ami 1* Protestant : 

r,th.-r -!, parMsei I ' - -,..: r,,.wl Ir, 

a freehold estate io F.nglaB.J of 3,OOO acres of good land. 

Anoth-r Mrcu'. j ; .r : . -. :. t. . . . - . 1 , , : - : !.- ,, 
iay 35,855 at 



which is no leu :(,. 
each, betides hoaacs and i 

. .itcrfoni, it ap|r jiujiula- 

t;on has increased upon 

> of this cot: 



!() 1. 

.ire sonic o! ;u-j- arifJ 

unparalleJed eatablisUnx 



tlarpc. Athrns, < 



allude 

















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erw ft.,1 



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four hundred tUrn vvr* pu 



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Umi. MjunM 



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t W HW ' . :.- . . .. ., 

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bat the halaaer of Uade with that eoantry ha 

!--* i-: ! rr I " \N ,'!i (..-rniSMT !>! thr N . tin r 1 .HU 

oar amiatOMi n osoct beacficMl. 



the amount of above 14/100,000. Our imports from 
Gibraltar rr nail, bal oar exports ricrnl J.HOO.OOOI i the 
It b sapaoard that the making Cada a free port 
jorr our rxport trade to Gibraltar; but the denesaoe; 

ni ' :.! C'*'"' "' * ' :l - r "''i' i ',':[' '- 

ran thr imports exceed tl 

. the exports amount to 

MML, aad the imports to about 6on,<HK>;.; 

wnb Povfjspl the exports exceed the imports by about 



tons of copprr annually, and i 

toot, 



r\ p., 1 1,-| (, In, |, , u ,-- ,,,.., coming Iroiu thc-nci in p-y- 

\\ i'li ^;- .ni iiirnt. lid (,, - .,1. i,-, i. i ,.',--,i 'il'l \ it Ir m iliMi, nit v 
v;..i!^ liv ht- raivil .HI thr nil, .,;,.! \ ,, . <! SMils | In.'i-, ui-iv 



' 
thr MaoHUiM, ..- ' W <X it Brboa, iie*rli lubncr .a, 

: . i ' ..... ' ;.. v,; i . 
;... r.-.. I ' Mf kill M ft* >.'!" <>: thr rx-. iris. 

ports aad nporu. To the feat Indies and dun., we 

i--".:.' 1 ? -*'" '" 11 """- 



.fjsuraM. 



. . 

Proaa thr i: Hurt coloniet, and 

(to Weat Indies, e import above 8,70o,mio/. r\ 
t- 



by oeariy 1,000,0001. our imports 
and China; and we expert above 6,X),OOOI., :il> u ..s 
mach Mvt export to the East Indies and China. With 
America there is a difference uf about 540,000 only, 
bHwocn oor imports and exports the former being 
,00,0001 and the latter 7,997,00*' Dratils 

; .ort above 8,82,000/., and import 1,382,0001. 
To the Sooth American republics our exports exceed 



The rroM amount of exports is 61,975,OOOJ ; import 
13.396.IMX [Courier. 

1\e rrtxnvt. Up to Joljl, the British revenue as 
CoUowr decrease on customs, MS compared ^ 
oorreapoodjofpart ol the quarter of last year, 58,000*. 
in ex iae, 43,0001. Increase on stamps, 14.000/. on asses- 
oed utes, 46,0001. being a total decrease of 41,0002. 

ica," we presume the U. States is meant 
OaV tables of imports and exports shew a very different 
remit the apparent balance again st us being ten millions 
f dollar* t without anv allowance for short valuations of 
Bntish goods, or goods smuggled while the (air and 
full tiling price of our own was ?ery nearly stated in 

EAST INDIA TRADE. 

[From the Lrvtrbool T\met.} 
and China, trade. The following very compre- 
and striking statement, illustralivc of the advan- 
tages which hare arisen from a partial opening oi t!.. !n- 
dia trade, and oi the further advantages which might be 
expected to result from the entire ah he East 

Indsi company's monopoly, was drawn up by the depu- 
tations from Liverpool, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmmg- 
ham, Bristol and Leeds, and pat into the hands of every 
member of the house of commons on the morning of the 
day on which Mr. Whitmore's motion was discussed. 
The U>oasaewt U from the pen of the secretary to the 
Lwrrpool deputation, and we have pleasure in putting 

ft i I > t t ' ___ 1 

. ...'-' 

The increase of the trade with India, since its partial 
opeaJafia I SI 4, has been socb as to fcl ; 
Ckwaaf^wH, ^ to exceed the most aanguineexpec- 

U the f rat year the export of cotton cloths was only 
boot KXMJOU yards, in the year 1828 it 



4S.SUO.UOO yards. The export of cotton twist , ( an art i- 
ele bat reemtlj aent to India), in 1823 was about 1 

I iS M was upwards of 4,500,000 Ibs. The 
whole exports (ooVaU valor), m 1814, were only about 
I,MO.UOQM in 17 they were more than 5,800,0001.; 
aa increase of trade for which there are few precedents 

. 

Ot the 43,400,000 yards of cotton exported b 1828, 
only about 360.UOO were by the company; and of the 
4^00/MO Ibs. of cotton twist exported m IMS, only 
about 90,000 wen 

The advantage* of private trade are illustrated m t h* 
article of eopper. The compaay considered it a griev. 

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tli in 



its 

India, the samr import -nt n tie ex- 

In particular, th 
on of Inili.t, 

*f :is pood :iud as i-h--:tp :is tin- tMttc-i ,, ih,- I :iiti-d 
Slates ot 
p<-t(l(Mit 

her coon sumption, inijhi ih 
ler own possession 
the payr. 
conveyance. At present, 

n, placrs 
situation, am! 
our sup; 
In the 

expert to see silk 
country, at least as good ai th r 
Italy. Were the , 
European skill, and by a free . 

WOtlld l>c- i, 
taming the sun 
e hav, ;on. 

house of lords havr 
their r- , 

ticipation nt the direct ti-adc > 
emperor 

foreign merchants, in their o 

i goods wer 

ests of the country were guarded by . 

jwn anil realm, it 
' , by M prm 

"ild at any n 

might 

words ( i 
existed i 
sequettc 



most II,>{,:.:-MV , , : , , o, .,, .,-,:!.,! i 
nivnt m ; 

M TIO SjMbf i betclbrt: tliat MIC \..l 



' f the 
' his 

nvolv* 



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myfrmtm thai I mrt be mVtloo 

He |(. cOilM to HaU< 



Tim article iuu< 



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(be fnlle. 



' band, I v*tcr to the people of that country we ratut rrfMkk 
c ourtelrct by tome Mt of rmlroee; a: 
. between protection and full brlliei, or vbot 

-M >>e : There ar aumcnxit ^Mtfcw that a 



- 
Mf"MHK 

Tr^M lAe CWnV r.^-. ' 

.1 Kalioaore4 n vJt a 
,MeojMot, 



ll.r 

.n hMbeea the ! uct4 yc *o t c ^ j 16 * 

ClVCamup^- i ' i ' ' ohUe.aml tlirrr >lit!t ^' -he l.^u-nal, t!u.t tt- V, t || b<. n-.v'c. M! 

> j tr>t<c * "P 5 * U pj, W 

Arimscit a dotiMd U Ul to 

r ht (nib m n wreck the political proapecu 

' *^ 8kat%JB I ^ "^*^ a.""-- 1 

mrw fm* r irWnCtH)fAIJfcttlOaOtltettT. w 
toil and labor. HcrUs ot' i>oli?;i"' K .r ':'J a-rav 

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ve have r.u cunt 
the"tgm<: 

Owet no alh puncc to j. 

: <"' 

on tin; KOJOI r 

:.rk;...v; .' ', ' .; !. : , i, 

to be publttKeil but (he pcrtc 



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ri.n, u!i:, 

I to the 

.1; was six 

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mumsir: 

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xtvution, ast<1 wh 
the Journal. The tariff vd 
preMdcot asi 



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fer, 



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,tbe votes weir follows, 



MM 

kits has obtained a majority 

of eon- 
d stand 

Cdwon 
BmflMatMj 
choke-jet. 

RurrttKT. Jamca Clarkr, Cbaiki V. 

i.h \'< .;.. I! . tiM l>-..iiil. (nttT.drn l.yr.n, .Toi-l 
VMCCT, Tbomas Chiltoo, nd Robert I*. Letch 
| memban of congress from k- 
>n wprrredM Robert Mil 



Irihn Kr..<--! i--:ppl ;: p '< <>' I V'!-. n I'. 
Mi.initlrr to G I"-, '....'. -nd N I). (V.i-n.an :md Naih*n 



fmteMar to Colombia), MM H. u. unieman ami Hainan 
fiilbnr succeed Messrs. Chambers and Utickner, who 

A 1 ! r lf< * * 

Mr. Coleman bad* 2,541 totes hia opp. 
2,519 awl there were 

. 160 votes. 

Of ti*e politkal character ol 
near atato of parties, opposi: ure 

ne party claims all but two as "Jacksonians, 
MM larer tliat sh arc t 'V. 

c state legialuiun -, nchea, a large 

majority n report 

', seven are called "republicans," 
and three "Jackson.**." 

Vi we arv pretty soon, it seems, to liave another 

_ , . . . r f . ll .'!i !',i I.^ll..". C I ill*' pfl- 

d are 

! to take am 



ic former 

oo, iu the 
set forth: 
but 



. arc to be 

-,keai 
ibe personal conflict more titan heretofor 

some terms maj be u 
uisciruu ol parties, and /- 

'JfCamf^lli and J/r(;rr^.r, omg alleglMMI 

lord., and rcv,^!' , ,, i v,i mil, ir ,, 
anundeiv.ndn^r.f, or , lT nl for, i!ie 



may bring 

anil an 



boot a gratifying twill, iu lh nrsjxret; and i 
progreas of hat rnuv. be estremcd derogatory to the 
rrpabUcan cbaractcr, and vutafc m its practice, j 

K. John T. 

',;,' 

of eonereas from Tesmeaaef. 1 ! 




The polrtical clianoter of tbe 



A 05 or rnc viuikkr.M. IStU ulL a 

. cAiums of LouUvilIe pive a 
ro John Ilovaa, armor in coogreM from Kentucky. 
Ife drtfceivd > %cry inipreaaiTe apeeeb to tbe company, 



re juKly dca%nate<l me as "a 
MyUlhcr, at thecloaeofthc 



rrToiolionary war, umler tbe ddasive hope of repairing 
ibe nvagea which his dcmum to the eaow oi 

in hit nmpte patrimonial estate, emigrated 
f Irani*, h naUre state, to the wildemeaa of 
m%. i at this pbce n tbe month of 
March, 17S.1. In the spring ot the following year be 

at (tie 



111 i!, at th:it tinn\ 
m any oth- 

kimliifss was then 
,f.d nrivations 
I-H which they 

rhmr, hnwt'vt-r, to mention NO Hccidrnt \\lnch 

'n 1 tinict, and 

' I run li-d : ..f it by 

tb ! mate veneration will, \!i. -.jl c I. MI sh lur mem- 
ory. 

with Mrt. Hanictt to :i place 
t" young j>- pulling flax, 

itli lirr her infant SOD, 

iuincJ the nax -patting woi 

I rare tli charg- 

\i ! lhn^ ni'jsl In 
-Jio wi an Mtlilctic woman, Blurted to ruo % 

M - H-\i-ncll WHS n drlkute and 

weakly v > hiM, turnrd and 

In- In'lians, tinder the lirr of 

'.ild irnm tin- a'riis .if its feeble 

\ to tlir fort, although she 

. irsned, shot througli In r clothes with HII 

arrow, :,i unrd witli the powder of thr gos 

'ml i.tlur. Mrs. H.-irii -tt nnd In r infant 

UK is now 
.i:nl ilit-rc ..' persons, bc- 

dangers .idihood, the enterprise, 

:.-ky no\r rivals the 

Nttera, in the comforts jnd conveniences of 

polished life. I }. i';!i the scenes and 

partook ot them :dl, uhirli marked the transition of the 

country from thr mnj.'sty of ils \nlderiM-ss state, fo its 

present tasteful ant! highly cultivated coiitlition. I am 

'ky, and can never for- 

occupnnls." 

ITATIOX. '['he following is a copy of 
tho reply to a ! rrall to the prraidcntof 

In song, compo 
and sting at th-- ' in Philadcl 

1 829. 
SIB. ' un! read v .;!. :,. i, l'i pleasure, 

nianci- 
''i July lasf., 

rac. 

should CTCT 

other count rics, may oerer be violate >! , 13 the 

1 

rail, Wl Market St. Pldlu:' 

TRBII: following n rial af- 

Irayt as given by one of the parties to it, <. 
serration as a ferocious curiosily: 
A fmcas 01 

r, in consc- 

'it*ering paragr;i;ih, published by tlie 
Uoino, 

lowing accc 'f.ir. 

traitor came yesterday to Hewlett's coffee house, 
vbere 1 was seated looking at a game of back gammon, 
and after havhig walked- several limes around me (as I 

persons who liave 

tuaile their affidavits of the frit. f<n I did not sec it myself), 
without daring to a 1 > having i allied, a 

lev aMassin-like ur.tchci of hu bpecies, he gave me 
from behind, a Mow with hisfi&t in IIP- facr, which kept 
me on my chair stunned for several seconds. Having 
got over my surprise, I prrceive< psfrora me, 

the coward, thr nn, tbe 

editor of the Argn.-, nith b . s Sreast, MS in the 

act of draw ing a weapon f I rushed upon him, and strife* 

reh. I 






brrtl. I jumped u 



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M for lhe dltdwr r > . "* < lbot ** 

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from the mil**f7 c 

UMMigbC tl*cr h no provnmi f inevtr lor tte r*ral*> 

Iri f'l*--"i- !' '' i ^ ^ 



Ultxr 



1 he l*gl cuic ol ha 
.dee Preval oflbe i 



that, ootviuundlnf tmducl 
;ir.ooI on a 
Mow ftcldwri. 









U u 



Dor, noblemen, bemh 
>ri. 



One Philip Boemet, wbo Ue:i 

.( UCKU, oiTeoMlAion UaU : 

grave, and tbal ibe fntit i*-J] 
>-, in order * 

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,r L '.i M ; i 



- 



J'iuUn ;;.'..:, 



table., from PbitodVl P i, M> arne aJmott weekly at P<MU- 
-il U-t, on one bant lan.1. Uu 

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winlttt^^edlflrrem. 8oeb - the abu^hM^oT U 
JkMibcrv ... ttkmdt, 

ecnuabualiel 
by n farmer 



rllil . 

ko>w i bat 






Ifu- t'nitj S -r. -- J urj:l I ,j 



h may 

l.'lf. -..! l, || u . 

IM total neun- 

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Wnkf UOM. for u 




maker*. About 4u> of well are emfloyed by ibr 

I a^nW t^aVftV a^aa^aJala^a* 



are maul? Krd. ntnnert. 

fcc. cn,o.,! - r , | -I 
4 Le*+ ^r compb. WM. of tU a 



i i.i-n- >r.- ,' t',c 



of ib 



r.- ,' t',c - .v s - 
Toft. 



in U** c 7 . a.,1 



Mict*rtn, on ac 
.4>irimen, 
bobac monofolacdoeMlytbe hole! 

neloHn, bee* -/ |r* the ae et frtiajf daw 
toe Mtoni home. 
. Cuff / Ceed* Jaye. The tv * r of Ibe euJonr 

.ckV 

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runs and 

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,is jiiil'lit; and |iri\ 
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ion ami ,1- il>r e<* lft. KMM. t* 

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i or eon I I'.KKI to be 

g :,-,,-, ; ' ,- ;, i,.,i.i . .' ' -v ;:.- ,,.,,..- -! EMI 

> troop* 



; 

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oNiUl . btt 



of Mr 



Sa.'ivJv Mmi* At CU.-TI /! 



coo.- 



I appear I *n>\ country tell \K 
g article, whkU v 



,,,., .ne-dup-iikelQlJ..^ 

* xhll ar, Md fitMi Ike *^j^.?^: 
Lttl cof\ nt>oo the 







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_ . . , . . ... , ; 

. I. ; !. '. :. :..,., 

Ifcbedby the lav 

.- , -,. !. . v 

;* ttr.-: i ' f ^ : '' ' I ; 

ksscearrto provide hn every 

-c election ol the pern. 

.; . ; . \ , . ,, ..- , J . .11 !... lr.-, a 

(br connojndknt general of 



It 



;>' was 



:s* n." 



rerumeiit tu- 



. 
tl 



Manuel Rons,wdl thrn 
i I. 
8 . The government of the province will reeognbc and 

oMipi ion contracted br the commam-a 
taf Koiaa, for the mimic-nance of the croops under his 



quail! 



ThttJfccnof 
voder the ostle 
H W csttftfted 10 ib 



e p r 



al Kosas 
rcjpec- 



No axlividMl, of whatever class oroon.htion, kl.all 

. r ii'i ,! f.r ln% 4-<mliul or n - ' ' . 

t *^*^ 1 * 11 pi " " \sr^ 

10 lb coo Y cot ion. The tsthorilics il I 
Uo, bj word or vritrng, act 



titnor of inch, ami to prow oar 

,.,r n i,.el,r,i-l,J .. anil ralilv the prrw. 

i _f r M*.J M lwr> 

m ' > '"' ' ' ''' MVW hi nrit -, in i v u 



eopies ot the 

I- . .M : . ,..-!., .-.,. 
the 24th day of Jane, kt the ear ot i S'29. 



I 

: , ,:, Are, t 

nabilsntt. 

.i.~Thc 

br a peace vhkh tatifict the rratonabk 
of the eOfXrmlmj part*- 

' . i.t\ . . n 'tn-itic'.s a.i! :..-enji%- 

trao, :ioni<! 

vor to com, would 

the ruiai of the eountrt : I IIHTC ihwlain- 
-1017 winch would bare cokt 

eootent to every thmg whWi wa ak 
vhen it waa not too fr rcmorrd from the object I- 

h being to tceuru to roy eoim- 



1-uMll 

cing (he 

:!ial the 

!i< : , .- il litt<! 
r. (Inl 

adapted to the growth ol fine wool; instead 

it a manifest ini|>: . ihr quality. 

lit ii:iin, whence our inhabitants had chiefly <!n . 
Mipplics ol clothing ol almost every description, 
it was that we reaped the bitter trims ot lh:tt policy 
'! triumphed over the sound principles laid down 
twenty years before, as a basis ol government) 

-real Ualcsmaii Alexander Hamilton. We felt 
that our independence of which we so much boasted, 
was little else than a name. Our persons w* re not in- 
to the control of any power; hut we felt 
most keenly our dependence on foreign nation* tor those 
, so essential for the niaintamance ol an armed 

this war 

contains the most heart rending accounts of the suf- 
ferings of our soldiers for the want of clothing I < 

ilien prod twelve dollars for a yard ot foreign 
cloth, ol no bi-it. r (jir.litv ili.ni he now may purchase ot 
domestic fubnc, lor three. These thm^ roused the 

MOD; the enf-r^i^s of the nation \v> 
vigorous action, to relieve itself from a condition 
tines and its naval forces could not beeom- 
fnrtablv clothed. Th neonle were cocxmr**ft\ hv th, 



termers r.i; H!)cLi-. 

I'mc merino sheep had been in the country but a short 
lime, but such wa the desire among farmer-, ^f-nerally, 
to rear up Hocks of this breed of sneer-, ih:it it vas not 
nviud ilolUca fora sin- 
gle bocK ini'T of IMTO dollars per pound, 
and was rap .imliu-turcrs, whose 



-To obtaaa this ol .- r arted from 

ibe exaggerated pretrosiouB ol nil p- < (worn 

ta forgH the |*t, bemoae hi tl.ose who were opposed to 
toe, I b%t found on!y I 

to tbc hour: unlry thotc dnnt )i 

raised gn> 

Otfrear. Harmony lias Win established amongst 

e be to 

1 . . i .. ..:.,'.:.'.-'. 

JbMSM .faret, June 2J, 1 v 

leaondarUel ^Sinf 

' < fo!)owifif( pi.KlanihlKM. 

la order that the lefislafure may be conveued as soon 

ai possible, tbc K-.t.r,.nt has 
On Sunday, the ISih of Julj 

.-.- i . -.'. '! : ; f : i. i ;.- . 

number and mannir of election 
w irh the existing Ian. 

from the JBtstc 
\Vc commend the suhjoim 

It u to them that thn masMfaclisrvrs look ' 



amount 

. 



Illl) rnpl<l II;' 






: in Mi 

l> n.j; oil 



- 

s of exc 

i.u-itt r,; 



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pit^.:..,.. * m .- !.!. '- 'I, , 
Ofl plcUg. 1 tnir pOOJftB 'ock* 

rft^l UA 10 fctf MHorooh 






MM 

from lirrat Hni*. 



tfcttO 



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-lui to v him fcooj 

! OOM kd 00. Mid the' 

.1 1J |Hl t M-<lolcr to ll.r ,.,c,r.l 



jru.t,Ur .iKjM luoku- 

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dMiccr m lime, to we Umudv 

"'I Out M be/ore them." 

> ol nUioo thew Uuog* *h vtj VKV lo ttMfba 
, j oa to greater eicrtwo joor arm aJreadr nrn rU owl 
luhimruu, tour M uifer dinrctctl to Uic mark. (lc facts ,-\ 
'l|preaeotea in the Kcgwter afford raloaaie a 

Urn H" ! dau for tin- cnlif lilcoo! uie%ra J ii. oU j, ~* to . 

laAoMtfmv 1 

\ . M Mr \ 



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.UfM. Itti, ept 



trr t 

dot hi at low rtc of 4 

MM! lUcir rotinlrf. I 






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pmtr n*err* hb |^^H 

uurv ol tiT u^afMUM* r-l aooa 
K* and U*. luey Mom* to M. 



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trtukts or vl , to a fmglt* suit for w 


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B >ean have 




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nrs of i 




rfinrroeuti. n 








u-il in this- n 








! 'ie hazards of marine SLTVICP arise t, 




idi and wac 




d Suites has ci 
// ihc 8-ai . who is 








to give preeisiui) p 




.-nul and saluU- 1,1 


rr power. 


utmrneil, M' 1 ad- 


I, ' :. :,...,:.'.! * x- ,;,,,, . ii th'Mi- l>-!ij|l, nslhefirsl s\m}>fotnof intolvcn- 




fa Eoftatid, afaktst the recou: 




^a those ol 


wages of ai!c 


eoBSMteocK-s and embarrassments whirl) 


grraler wisdom a \onntnrv p. ' >sgen- 


hMMttetrri 




iv<- unfortunately ci 


motiaiaUr aiilhoi.') i 




bt . r- ti- : ..!.< - 1 ; -. 

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, ly succeeded by unlorsf 










profri li. li<. t* i. .. .' 11 I', i i. 


us ot the hif 


dfaatc aasoc^tci, an arbftrvn 






force of & 





i: he is ai : 








m ojudgi-d by the tltcatrc 




Anuncao court* M, 


t'i t .. .. >M<; ! Ml ; ' D*4I r t!i- ir ' 


ape* n ren, or of property detir. 




possess uo lien has this di 




tcr 




ilc bodies to re- II..; UTI* unl tl. > 




be nrsxanal IKJSI- 1 be gnrrn, an-: 



on has been or can be gtv- 
< !iu toil 



^t IIOIIM . 






usioess, tii- 



accompattiei 

bort u(>oo il 

is to h,n> an 

ou* 

ag exrrcur 

liirn 



i 

'.f . 
ikill, 



.!'!.' 



xr 1700, and \\\. 

esaperition, the court ot kind's bc-i. 
tliii 8t>bji-< ' 

Ins reseel lor wages 0:1 UK- hnlii 

It ItlS V ; \ 

; t 1 ;iil not 






tare* and T< 



irrcssire a( 



* iocs, ot 

o', 






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i turf ft* roHi. vr tarH ! 

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All, U Ibr prtH 

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M - W '', . - 11.1.. I ,; .1 .| v .-', Ill 

i . . : 

Ml 01 



' { ' -. .. . ^ 

brrMd 

rfor boloolb* rrofX 



t ana wiaii rrrcne u 
rtificAtc. 

iUHMlH( 
hihitr** tram ftcMlMg 

a c n: ...-.. ... pmcnbrd fona, to be 



or&^Mt 
will be 









.,.>. 
.-. 



. 
mllw 



7,) or b} tl.c |MT% oflrrin^ 
tad cnrilM OM be s 

> ol iltytMli ahftll ftrM be ii< 

pa ; ,^..,-, r , ,, ..-,.,- ,.:.. - ..... MMtdmi .- rid I 

. Lr,,t lor Uwt imrpot 

. cr . MM! the cfcrtc ol t . rrc-ipC; bt rfll UM 
dorm ou rath Mnbrr to t^e onior ol K< i 
"reiHUfod" thciUlc olrc.UrT, 






il! ercr pr 



hu 



bll 



then |MM ibcm to UM 



he ibe drty ol ibc MMSCMU t Lcp boot 

*. .>,,_,- *%M^^MMHHB *r^ fn^tfl^ ft* ^^b. 

in^y w^pWi wcjiw^B^ ^ ^PBMffr m w^^v 



M1 j OF INK 



andmttn- 

l^enivyMfrr. 
shall cause it to be rnteftd IO 



3 Wl 

i k huv- 
n/ Ifotk, or siu-h i>* 



book, to the credit of 

otbeehKt ilnk. 



II. I 1 



depotltc and 
chrtll be ore 

least M 

book* 



v.all l: k|iiiii|i,i. J li h 

rk for the tbne b< 



i>* 
:;,! KI act 



/' ; -.# t , ,.V/ 

.-! r ' il n^rrsMin to ; 
i.nt.H nf Kin.,!, .,ii r.. .".<>, v|. as assistant j.obtMiasii- 

The banks and offices i .of the 

this di-pa. 
; l.r pajmtnis vill h> ; ..: 

; <>Um 






n< <|un: 

pout t sire made, and 



'.hiir TCP.'. 






.r tbe payment ol moneys b> 
partmrot, skall be ssjned by tbf trcond ntsuiam and 

>od couuterwgnedbt rAr.and 

each bank bavsng I>ot ol- 

ce drpertaestt, shall be advised that both tbe sn.n K 

K-timg desenbr.', * .11 be necessi 

lie margin of ev< , to h 

transversely, transportation," "incidental," 
word, to indicate the charge to which the ex; 






Ahen apa/rocnl u tob< inal icnul*' 

nwftr, the account <or u Inch (he pajment is i 
thai) fir* b* examined bj the chief clerk, acd .1 f.-up.l 
correct, be will rndoneit, "cancer. $ [the tux. 
apd a%n it. It kJiall then be re-xaroined by the aiktaut, 
inm roumi correct, he wdt eodone oo k '*\>- 
n it; be tball tbeo draw the cluck for the 
MKlKttdM vith the account in th 

MHMTC tliem, and if their sums arree, he 



diall firit cautc the check to be entered in ho rrgn/cr, 
n article 9) ibcn vudurte il "register. 

17. Excr|K for tranipo; tutum, no moneys shall ever 
be p' , uuul tbc account* for which thej are |i.<!, sh:il) 
ha<- p*ed and beeo Mguid, agreeabh to tiir p. 
article, ualt-as bj tprual reqauition of tbe potl mutter 


U. U hen ij merits are made lor lraa.por/u;j 
to aeet drafu made by c to be tn 

- -hM liiriu&h 
tar attiUmnl vilha list of the checks rr<, 

ifiuue an > - I be assistant, 

tfbe apprtn. 

lie siiall th.-i. draw the checks, .gu, 

- 

-ho tball cxy&pare them with 

ad, 4 the) atrec, sfisJi enter thetn, eodone them "re- 

'Ifiletbeeer. 

r' ' ; ,:/,, i ..... '.lu- i,.>M- 

roaMrr general, whenever tocb shall be mad< 
tW Stiitmt Mitt rl.H I clrtk will rau lhre r 
be .-.:.' ' ;.-,-,,- 

ck 11): and tbcasaistMC aUall cauae'tlani lo be 
in U* c^A ?; Lallbeeompercd vKb 

/ircoun/ frc.i n,(.u-i.; . 

--r bc the chief clerk atxl the 
st^ll daTer to o|niuo a* to tbe correctness of an 
or of an allowance, si shtll be reterreO U> tl 
tn ^irur-l iur h.t il sjg .<,. 

.fit on tbe poUioaster shall be s*nel by the 
second asaniaot, and couoteraifDeil by ibe />nno 



entered 



81. lo the absence of the wcoml wtt:. 
herein alloittru lo him shall be performed by Use teruor 
<ntit1imt, unless a speeal designation of ? 



made 



and will also br register 

nee w 

lowed to any such bank or oflir 

Postmasters ul. 
proceeds of postag 

same assistant postmaster general, and 

!,% John Sinn-, |. -. r by 

i! ii, no otlur iii;.i 

thisdt- 

parlrocnt, will baho ' "' ln ' G 

Don as prac- 
ticable, to the postmaster general; hni i 
those traiiM npts, lh<- rheckn n, 
A new accouut will be opened by e:> 

! ol "theposloffi- 

accounts , all re- 

ceipts w i:rged. 

ci 1.1 I:KK OF niK ( . H \ n:. 

lloumB letter from one wlm has been eminent 
ly successful in the 
live grape, will doubtless interest many of our readers. 

I > MILITARY ACADHMT, > 

-s. 5 

To tlte ed. 
^p-ej., the plemsAre to address 

\IIHTl- 

c;. Tins uui'-ci, tiaving engsweil tl:e u'icntionof Amcn- 
foreigners, with their ex- 

I 
combuieiJ 

OMIMI 

tin n success. Acco- 

having 

,!),! of Tllii 

among you 

t i 

i'li tlr 

1 urn ,:ttwogren; n com- 

...k sufficient u. Ii uslrate 
rst was in planting lh 
Stock of vines, a delicate plant ; 

> day can o= I m ihc 

i'rred situations ol our gard.-'. Mclosefl 

ic late 
frosts, th suddfn haugr^ in thcstmo- , 

must have destroy? - : <-rop in open 



w 



fields. 

ccnd, und not the least unaccountable crro:-, r, 

the total ; l,(,w innumerable van.:! ., J( >J hank- 

- 'Ties which could have been gathered ou the rich 

: h.*ppy land 1 

:,e American 

farmer. Sto.^p and gather those v.nes on which you 
trample every dav, ;> ' '' ''''-' 

\ or ; 
' inak* 
mirn 



IT. tw, IBS 



u 

L.rlir 









it, ii> 

u , ..Mj 









j,,r... J tbould pi < - l t < . it .rr w ,( , t,.t u l olh-r - 
.ih Iheir* 
.r coontry to faiber all the faeta, aed brief 

c-lhe honor tore- 

- 

. now nearly 
that fteftt oummrrral ' 



...K-rtkm K wax DM of i 



. m*ht n..t be tuhj.-clr.l i,. c, ,u. ..,.! UW. but 

parked proprietor*, and unmet flat el y benc- 
taat population. 

nttruction of the ijreal raU road betwee, 
better, aad whieh pro: 

\Ue U;.-e*r. I. -.,* :, - i . ' - f (I, M.; ftp* 4I ,,J bj| .. 

MtbMHtavveflh ;---.' M fatal aetMara*trtai 

I u. to eomtroet a road 
draMafva to be derived from 

tome miles shorter 



tbeaa. AltbouwKt 

UOM, oe OM oTtbeaB, on ibe aaeeh aaie 
a.-turwunt.U.aanc H.KX 

.oobearrHtbe 
eu., V uoM.the aow^r-4 . 



wWa 






lfr btt l*ur I i ' ' 

, rrcf ,,, f ' ,_ ',, ; .., ",/ ," rr " r 

'-,, ' : !., ur- 

fr- -1 I',, .Ml, -..-.. | , .-!..H 






.. . . . , .. 






ton, 



I -.1 a awaaaieri -I -v .',.-. -I , V, . ,- .,- 



> (Ke 



. 



., i v . .,..,. 



,..,. i- , .. m 

ih 




ia the footc. feel. M rf 
wile wMb firm and on weaned oeee. 
Oe the approach to Moan* 

.. . -.^ '<( !>'< cr > t u.' c .(. 






.-,-,. --'... MriH 



er of a aaaV, eed 

. . : ' In T:, >' ; . . ! ' , 1 i 

and walled ap. Tbc Tuiter may dcteeBfl el Ibe eeatem 
. tbe ptraiaoean rafl roed, ae4, 
Mh| onder ibe Mdp,aay pctwerd tbroojb the 

ittrnf ia tbe lergeat on tbe whole Uee M rwa>. 

It it rnorr thae two miles in Ireftb, e>d beaw now eearfr 

> eot tbe awiet iMarUwie pofttoM nf tbe 

oac,ad wdl r-man aa amorr^Mble ex- 




;ncr ih^ c<'';i:iien<--.ii'-nt ..I l!i.- vMiik, ->.u<- m . ' 
'xr.lt ol u .1 '..! marl. olhr u, M .i.,ir> wig lliiun R S o, u 
rocnmtam* of fiei-ton<; aome m or, 

(0 thr ruil^iit.knu-nt*, * ML. in |>rt ; .irinj; th t..nc, %..in..- 

in budilitij; biiiljsei ami WM|!UI^ in the cut *lun i-jusr- 

: aom in permanently hvinf the raili, at t 






are law, remoTed, 
ale 

naJ. 





^itd rrplaeed rr- 






. The rn.irliinrr> .m.l u:ipu .... tl 

!,h-,, : ,' , 
emeient tew.,.. oy of the tVdl and 



'> c i; ' * .' . 



*nd crvrpiof a creature doet e mao ap- 
pear at iU bo' < t firM to adem that 
the patient r t tbe et>- 

and wew, aod U 

... :.' ii.' -i. - , . , .: i iweeM <!. -v.i > 
mast 01 t..- ,- letel eeer the, 

ridg*. where a great number of 
busy remo? mg the rtone aod mad ot. the 

of buy haromen and e'liirlv t 



marl from the he<j;bi. th 



in . .: , ; 






-.'ij.fi intei.J. nee I 
i I to HUH' in rip- i u 



,r.t,-, ':.-:. I'. !.n; . .^ :-! i 

of the iiMiit 
i tin imaajlahli exeentiom. We were OB a fox 

aeen lor a great etcnt UA!I wya, at. 

r.tL i - i.; !.. .t [- . ;>. ! ^.>r HI WOT !- t . t^.- 

lewkwiHte Maa>- 
1 oowrae of fUe bnak work forms the 



if acventy frrt e|peerd to be 

roed, 
V couree of fte an 

>ichnertwrotT 

\earator. to the Irrd of Wavertrxe hwe. The 
im'uaid orajneelly by the Horrmored roek woeld 



ri~lly by 
*fy aocun . ao 

.bjMtfM b] A 



led to (be ear- 
ddedatabet. 



uitea. The n;cr-ua:a;n, which Uofeoe- arele 
cknet*, M chiefly 1.1 

r threa. 
wictuf. ^ njaw alopbaj I eoetr 

, to as to feat* a 1>pi- n I Mrt 



--,..' 

wofw% loeeepleeeaof tbewMer 
of tbe reek 

t teeh other MT the lea) of the 
riaVe M thrown acroe 



'oa). wouM hone *>** 










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KOAf) ' 






tb 



r cmuvanl, we 






at il %. 
i HI uo>- 



f. Th 

onc t so;v 

,t fc i ., ;i ; !, , s S- : j i .. i , i , 

I within 

' pastes 

.... which, as well 

iw lov.rtl 

ulation. H.Miichrail roads 
. dircc- 



Uie Ber|of tb r 

iJ." ||hoe4 :.- M-- : .. 
nOur.m K l 

K:; 






the passenger *r 

f ""' 
n^atl* painird, nud : 

. 

is a long .v.:u h. with ilonrs 

.n- sc.it s ! 

i inside 

'li (iMf: 

I.PCM * 

t travel 

me eir, , oev const. ess of 

> whu 
. lias two 

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eoaeliet and wagon* at a r.ipnl rate, i > v is to 









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oars take IS or 
lU-r, llnoc, 



> Rival deal of 
!:.ie lw 

Mut'lu ai-.tll!. -;.i !:. f c^ ....!..' ,;,...;.. ; i . > 
dink ttMl no imatl J.-grre of er! .: 

ro.v! <..;>. mv !..-;;. -.1 ,:r! !i!>rr.>li(v :th 






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bolt ibot c 

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hn partr; .',.1 m Hi .1 MM* oi d, a 



lor thcaivltr* to ute 
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aicnn*- .11 Maybrralc tbe 

urm. liill<M- M.r . .ia:r-,( vninlie 

an.! .11. 1C 

:pmjUM 

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4. wone ihati our pr*ant ulualMi. I do MC 
od. 



v ill b au t \ia(il 
fufurr anJ ui - 



Th ftm qNUoo K wbctbajryoaftpfirvtvof dw^ af 
Mtfta2jC f d*al 

be tupnrrtw.1, for I w.iuW Mt (MWfd M|>OftaVl 



|ood, m 

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IONS. 



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ruptun 



For thr adaamt 
and of con rw, rrm 



each for it*. If. > teparate let of luoe 

r*r<ulir >t.,| ;'.'* ..r . .,!*.' Jut :j 

vp gor 
each 



ve two *! of officers. 
othcr.eontt.tuti thiu a 



of the 

of gv M uir each 

liowers ascribed to (In <;n-, us spc- 

rr, rt- tamed to thr other viercisai I 
; articular state, fun-sgt> 
as Ibey w re before the original mmj.net. 
To this construct on ot government and 
iiapow' 

ly and affectionate 1 1 

tj and firmness th r.rtion- 

ariet on the rightful powers i 

the federal branch haa assur , , cases, 

nod claimed in others, a r \ 

from th"*' - dir-ctl given, iic-r> ti.i, :iswruij;\ ! TS de- 
clare to be usurpaUona of the power retained r 

JUt'l tin- l"fTl- 



.!.-;x nilrt t huncli* , in-f ' ; ,.M! . 
jiaet, am) direct infraction* t 

c commenced 

cxercMe oC a rij.' ' i roadi, open ear, 

eject other iolcmil imi>roveinent 

l> belonging to the ter 
v bkh thit attcnibly doe* declare 



girrn to that branch bj tiie tonttUutiooal compact ( 

reiMini to each ttatc amone its domcttic and unaliennt- - 



hs and 

.(:r-.linii affBjbja] :i'li"iti; t !iri:i '.^ < . !.> iOliM'1'T every 

sntraetkv Lance. '1 

I 

> ruako 

n n<lfr snr'i 

: . . . | , si Till' - w I ;li r'.uld l..-l:ill them; 

called the coi . sub- 

< abso- 

ml as i. 

ndepen- Jforf, contntrT ''>is as- 

<!,<< m thi.-se as- 

jSUm <>t 'In- },'0- 

ict set nee that i 

in (be i alto the bitter < . m wlndi th:' n--- 

limited po\vrr. V, 

Ii<- world Rt 
large, to |ii]i"-iie 

i I v-lf lt laws s 

.1 nt of 



,-ns ol its 
parts will reform i 1 

limits o! 

l.'St. 

Siipjr i! of the 

''ml th: 

l.ould be Mddcd to 
;c like- 

systrn\aticallj :tn< ilian by 

! stntrs. (his com- 
mon wt.'i ! 

nt in roncur- 
rence w < 

i.t of the compact, in the 

u ,v :..!)!. V'H d l>\ ih. '.i ,:. .:i iiriM-nt, and provided nlso, it 
be sufficiently guanled against >, promises and 

.. i,;, M'i-'i''. " ,"'.'.' 'I p. -..'! ljut of probable 



exerciaable within itself and bj Hi domestic 



And as a f>,: ;< and conliul at- 

,wi-:.!tli tu ibe nation of the 



nli<<iu I 






aatlior it ies alone. 

.str-mbly does further disavow, and declare to whole, so tar as lias <>mpMet 

be most false and u >c com* call Mates of America,' 

. 

ntnon mtendment of the time, 
;ive also to xll parlies 
i (-rat ion 

'he possible conse- 

icspcci:>> : slant obstiuctions which 

meet, they 

fertbe assumption ol this powei rather lhau 
cefrooi i 'itnr itts, and 

pe.< - make 

the duty of oar citizens, until the I'-pslaturc shall 
therwise and idt .-M-t: tinder. 

r federal branch whh I thoar ar Tal hratici> < nmcnt, which 

ndition, have denied to I ve have declaird to be usurpations, and Ag^inst u !,;.h . 
that porpoae} since sn I in posnt of right, we do protest as null ;<iid void and 

> 'S' 11 - 

department and to the 1 We therelore do enact, and ' I l>j the gene- 

he residoe which be- I ral assembly ol Vii . IMS comrnon- 

hus by the orgniza- ! wealth and persons snd authorities withmi! 
frther, have complete- I pay fuli obedience ictt w )uc|i 

>an association, the full pasted by the congress ol -, i!,- object 

ind reserved to them- 1 of which shall be the eonM -*ds, making 

*g it*i^ftB *fH*t'Mt l^nnlt ft^ navigation, and MI,--, m ^ny 

us declarea the rigtt is 1 p;. 

they have m vert .eld- (acts were, toudtmvcrbiai t pasted by i'ure ot 

v jthiB common 




tuxes. -'i.;. s. imports and excises to pay 

nitcd State- T a power to 

whatever (Acs; rc -onld prom 

the p LIT- . which construction would mi 

go^emneot, 

of powers; bat that the plain tense an 
waa, that tbet mighi lev; taxes necesas 
gca)eral welfare, by the tarious act 
Miied and ctelegated to tbem.ajsd I 

>s it dmm<>d, as has b 
these stairs, by not sn vetting thear N 

all thcmrmis i.'t U -H. r.i.g th.-u ci.i.dn 

,ny which may . : 

the distribution -f these metat, they 
braoeh tboae which belong to Ha de| 
states have reserved, separately, the 
longs to then separate! v. And thai 
tion f the two branches taken tcfetl 
le first object . human 
improvement of ' 
selves all the f <',. 

\\ hdrt the general Maurobh 


d, and whifb thiaatatr 



Mlj;s WEEKLY REGISTER. 



MOIIK, OCT. 1, U." ', a*. M.. U* 



' 



Whai u*r oWU tkev to 

.,, out t.J "l-nic- It ; ...Mot 







thatjta, may. perhaps, be luuod MI th. wo. u;u> ol ml ol ou 

.. oktaiajedle* MMOn. TUe depreaaM of tke 
jeeu Ibe I luring artcrr t we regm to learn. very 
Mr*, tkat tbe Unfced StttM are>ofcof the fcfawMMt f|ue ge*i , l*rge proporUM O4 UM 



: . , :' ' . '.. ' :' '. ; 



PnwtrKrr* o ru 1% in UM 

eaorctary u( wr to ihc t 

;'-g tter" ol tke Itfih ultimo, teems eooeUsm 
I tbe 



a!y aak for UbrwMtiuB." H bo of tke 

. : .. 
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neel to tboee Induot lo arr 
of anv of ike rtiUmf natrt 





;, antici{ird r^tly bakai 
4 tute. iodc- in UM prioe of wool, and tke n 
: luihonty > i would eem thetuMhc* Ai a 

ma; not ! Corral g,>vernnicnl we railed N >( bill for tke l. U5 i,trr of ike 

ith and aeknow- other parpoteV* and *o k Mdeounwed ontkel 

Mdged tuck j. . uju i:,.. .c[ eoofrtwi by a gcotknMM ol lliMxknoim, wkoee > 

eoruonukm ; IMTMO I atMuenlt wer* noet deeply uiurratrd the growth U 

.. lordarreral yean ago, wooL Tbe only wani//urtw^f who approved of thai 
litpoaiUon that could be bill were <t iannfailniiii ol poUbea t n adi aeonrena* 

aht katc brru gradually brought about, w*h 

iitoee or effort to, or m. cNhr trtv. The tucky. \Vc take the liberty cf onog UM name* of i 



, ot tke people of the outk afafeM J gctiUctnco, becauae they ha*e Ukea MMk Ukr 



KM!, are I., 

.dmMoo of ike UiHanillerof reword. It we* kelkmd by every body, tkat BaJt 

cue out tl >- 

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.Tc-uatethanthktof the feet upuu UM ktod ol cloth thai our Hnprovrd wool* 
.Iway i have been mueh mier- [ were fitted to maniafailni r , would rrtult n brge re- 
eeted in Urn mattrri d hope at least, that a ti.rir loca- dc4vo of the \*c of tkat ar 

inwweatofi cxUewd The ooJ grow. . the United 8laUa M llJj, 

rcMmroi of ih-ro, -.. proWkh 

f their larsj ike growth of tke promt year wat hardly 



at.,1 |,ur.i.t .Hi. .u incrraic .-I tr,, -I' ; ..- :,..,...-..'. t v | fl :.'.: . . .1. thv. c J 

on their borders, and M asaaianna that tkote year wdl be wurtli iwly m .-r arre*. And Usaj i 
at.. I ;.-.,, n.: .n, I-. ir.'ui^,-,! .a Iju.i. j.i-. .,.:- Ra* . , : . > .,-.! L tMHft M MY M ft J1 

< moral ol t unsejud in koutekold miannme.r^ kaa pna. 

in a abort tame, and aooner tkan ike Uod ooao- i aed to the benefit of tore* ncrs and muck of it nttM 



iwcd by thetuaao be needed, ami UNA, we beberr, tket ] ooat ol .4 the 

be moderately and dirr kakvc 

-hcrnebeol 

nature and OOnditt^ uw ^r..... . u , .., 



rni>fx*t f. .-Mfl UM ( kwMV ' 

ddiUooal interral to the prcoaj 






; . 

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L (> TC agent* ead rnncr, aa< OW 

r-i ; ! !.'ii: i inl MM 
t, _ ' -_._-_ -^ - .r. i^ ^^ 

nBKwMHT O^^BUm OV *^**^ ^^^HK 

ait nerin our land, toa^k-j 



, 

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H HerVVt IU Uie plVHHHI BViMHr*M> I "/ R 1 *" 

Mpoaiuon, on the part of uw pevpfe 1 bn|enlMfw> 



r. ^pwjf kaajnfftr^fcna] i ..- BBnf t 



they nr^er expected 
of Ita, nWtkMtke 









protection or 

was to throw both thetrowt 
! DM toads offureijuera. A 
imported from E f land aod oofi 
Btattrt. wr /Wiy atar/ / irtil&om, i 

:: 



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....; . ,..:', 



all classes 

we 

people, at present we hour*: 
growers or manul . 
gret to say that we have uut been di 
was asked for, and a serpent gren. 
though cemu.gly l.igl. 
are, rejeoted by practical men as in 
the protect ion apparently granted. 
ing it is aa old as the 

... . ': ; ; 



CoTTOJf 

.romlbcpn 

' - 



it on canvass nearly 

.".-. ( : 1 1 ftj vho 

tier than oilier cloth 
lull experiments are 
boreanltwill 



II VMM MS been liidnrto pu 

TVe have long heUeved, on the test irr 

OOfbl to be well acquainted x. 

doth, tUnt it answers its purpose belt 

MMMMlored of flax or hero;); but Ii 

now about t. be made, and we trust 

prove satisfactory. There are three factories of cotton 

duck one near lloston, another at Patcrson, N. J. und 

thcthirdBti; It, the proprietor of that at 

Patersoo, made 9.GOO bolts be. . .y 1828, 

and 1st Sept 1839 theretofore oak ubout 2,. r OO or 3,000 

boils, per annum, wlitch shews a greatly increased use 

of the ankle. About 2,000 pieces are yearly iu..du in 

nailiainf , and the demand is advancing. \\ 

that this cloth will not only supercede the use of Kus- 

sJao, HrittUi and Dutch duck, but pretty soon make a 

platting item in our exports. 

The Bahmiorc M Americat/ !i ult. has a 

\crr intemttoc article on this sutj we have 

laid aside for iusertkm. The (ollowiur are the chict re- 
Nks ascertained, or stated, by pm 

The ttamiol the sails ot the schooner 
BttMd thrm was no appearance of* mildew, though 
Ckej bad been in uie six years, and made two voyages 
round Cape Horn and to to Smyrna; but a ; 
uae of them being ot hemp or flax, wa 

ihinp appear . ou this 



tionthan this neve 1 ' 

|in>nosition s 

'eture in- land iterest 5 

: ID the 

'>li'i )i:id '. 

if society, ] has many en- sal 

the Wo 

amuse- 

: v to Ot- 

d, I fcr a few, to *hew lite Jealousy and care with whit i 
new *>- 1 action, "page 12, : 

iff and 

is issued \J. lucet. 

isliingtou, 

i i,:il t. 

.ide stands with any 
i due Inspection must be made into their Natural 

i just as true nov. :is it was in 
: Ihu growth and mainr 
.ad 

:,y natm-l Advantages over all For- 
ums, who : s, is be- 
yond all disp . ;i very grea' 

Country is .'inds in cor.' 

Ports; 'tis excellently Situate lor Trade, capable < 

of all kinds, and able to n<>nri:;!i mor- 

ot Inhabii.il. is. 

;rd and Turl, are in a mauncr t: 
with ours, and proper to All \\lnchConsi- 

reusooable 

come to rival us in our Darling and most I: 
nufac' 

'That they should increase in P-opl,., that th. 
ihould be dn. ;.i have 



The cost of cotton canvas is leu than that of flax or | 
hemp; the material and us manufacture is holly our own 
it lasts the longest and bold* the wind so much* better as 
if he esteemed equal to one mile per hour. 

Most of the rettck trading L i aces on 

(be water* bf the Chesapeake, arc i. ti cotton 

saila, The sw iftncss of our craft is proverbial, and eco- 
nomy Is also consulted in the fitting of them. 



ati-nuiic." Our friend Ed ward J 
c*q. of IJnitimorc, has presented us with an old book, 
the title of which isa I. 

.1.1 . ....... r - 

p\c<,~. , . .'. . ..;-. ; ,-,., ..-..'.. 

of Ey**d, and itt Product,. Of our Payment* t* 
At Public*, and in vhat manner the Ballancc of 
Trade may be thereby affected. '/Via/ a Conn 
not merer.,* , Health and Povcr, but d* Jrivate 

'M*, and but by a 

tteady Course of //oiu.-/ v a:nl II ixlom, in tuck at are 
tnuted -Kith the AdminUtraUen of Jffair$.~ 
Authorofthe EuaytoH llaytandjfoani. London: 
''dfor Jame* Knapton, at the crovn, in St. Pau?t 



They are foppporn 



- stated. 



-iturc 

roua to England: For 'tis gr.mt^t!, then 
' ; .. i -Kingdom. 
ic that en 
.i:ir rlise, and Flourish, wiU in all i 

iomovatc,or to recon Yoke, 

ige ol the I i l.oin they an: 

Countries that rebel wantonly, yet most commonly greai 
DcUcuons proceed from great Oppreaaion. 
"It :> ' Wisdom to 

can pOJ'" 'lit: For 

Mil an Out-work to the Seat of I 

nm ot Affair* 
- i v'd but hy a 

or by its own prop< . flow 

> aftat OuT Liberties is not difl 
;!icn tliat Uie safest Course must be 
by llnsb::i i VaiJe. 

..ud Inhabitants will not only have 
. .is but an Interest to defend themselves." 
Again psjr' 

Uo' we arc ready to agree, Tliat hitherto thef; 

'.ainsbothat home and abroa> y cen- 

'( fis ot lime, 'tis possible thai in the 

Management ot their Product nnd Foreign Traffick, ihe^y 

may come fo intcrkr< v, ith, and !jrir*g Prejudice to their 

Mother- Nation. And remote Fears btiu>r allowable 



he lmle Safety of n State is concern'd, they 
"t wonder to see England so much alann'd al 
the Progress they make in the ' l.mnfacmre. 

nas been said before, Tis so rt of OUT 

. Mia! any considern' 









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lUgMtoT MTOOt M (fa* pfeai, 

wtO^H bMK Sori u .,!r , from IWlti^r*. UM iiTiltpgh 
i jw ^r^Bpwri MV w4kvNc> Tb*j Iw 

;. ^ IhMWM ^f^l" 

'= rk*n>n*4 

. or trrrnUr rrtrml, ofOke 

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koo m rather M kvj** poi- 



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mier th trcnrtarjr of war to detul OK or OMVB 

rr of Ibr fncd 

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not br i: . ' ; 

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ai<*li.:.' of rrinioriBf udi oU 
i p>^ wl tMbflia ike 



Lnrf lbi eotiurt of Mich pcUUoa bt 




- ill (ITC 
tienakMt in rocan tlw es 






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rtxtion 

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amtrd tjr MMMT on 

rotichol 

TUrrr KM 
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M oar Fo- 



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MI tt s, i9i9 MI.M .-.I I.\M:OI B, 



Baltimore, fa which, as we : . 
the prcahlent'a name was . 

V.;.;. .<-;.!.. } . U 1 .' . : .- Mil <" 

thai great aocieeaa baa attended the Kussan arms, both In 
Eawoneand Asia. 

i Courier notices that llm-roum was ta- 
ken, "and all those glorious U..n:p garord" on the 
die annlvtrswrj of the Uttlc of 1'ultowa 

celebrated M thr ann*l* ol Kus>. 
siana are now encamped for the first banks 

,1 without n, 

all the forces and reworoes collec 

, to carry on the war in defence of its Asiat- 

... says the Courier, "the Russians choov to 
retus now to bt : own will. 

[her they will march <>\rr thr . lo Hag- 

lad, or turn down into Anatolia to 



.lie K!C of the Unsphorus, time will 
show, and tbc modiTiilion of the co> 'Ins, or 

the obstinacy of the suit ..-!.. Kui H 

pout diplomacy stand not hi lieu of arms, ere many 
otfWbmd 

\j hicu it 

. ;.,, tfm ' '."*, d v .-'. / . |". MI : ." 
There arc v*rn .nil nrgolia- 

. Hut is it to 



.: he obtains 
at. atubrtioa- I?yz;jfc< 

. M < . 



Uut, seated at C< \\ ie 

l.is posaesskm' H 
lk ike war upon him; In-- , ocs re migl. 

be dn :! : il by 

t:te; but they h:o , tribal- 

is, and we have no manner ot 

k<-l for. Ac- 

laeo- 

-. :iri'l, if a grticrnl 

war sliall break out m Europe, as some suppose proba- 
ble v well 

|CU*Siooc ttr , London pa- 

pers >rk. 

It \ ill !> - . 11 liy an nbstran .. , that a RI 

i ',-ki!l>'.t, within 20 
IcHgues of < 

featcd aud dispersed. It iccm* udmittfd, (hut the Ifus- 
uant iniut Arv (teen before, or tnifan, the wall* of 
Con- 'tut. Several mutinies or 

s ol Turks, are incut iuur<l 

It tin- ncr-- r be- 

Irom the 
map. -XT.' 

i. rage of wheat, Aug. 20 67*. duty 20$. 8r/. 

ri.T. - 

llriisox BlV K^IPAXT'S CAROOER OF FURS, &C. Hll- 

foara 1 8'J8 ami 1 

'/ ex- 

prii ' - Imported 

lumbia 1828 182728. 



JROfKus- 

and is it 
the sul- 

)US llrvo- 

tion which so much added lo the strength ol his empire, 

iq relation to its c 

levy at matte ' ,fisll> and t\ 

ardoftl 

who should fall ocsr ,''. 
TbeBrithh papers arc filled with spccnl 

gtrrsajs ". 

Turkish empire, will one day (all to pieces, in cn.iso. 
qoaoog of win*, intrigue/ or natural decay, is likely 
eaottgh; but it is not tcr us to precipitate its ( 
the contmry , when the edifice, which now totters, shall 
i amble, we must endeavor to reconstruct from its frag- 
ments some stable outwork lo serve our purpose as well 
aa the oriffinal building. The (intk . if tl.c 



; r, j't.!. .. Iflf ft VCTt M ; . :r. ' 
to recoosUute their 



govennnetit.and the c-l 
00 the cornm* rcisl operui ir>nb in llie Medi- 
would be immense. To the French trade in 
it would not be farorablr) but to ru, who hare 
been provident enough to take possession, by w 
tiei|tiou, (a dnitto* 9/ffnil beforehand, 

' the profit oi such an inltrrcoursc would bt 



t of lU bll of Turkey, it would be the pol- 
i'.tigUnd to fu her eye on Kff) pi, MS tin- < nl) point 
M to maintain the exclusive sovreiguls < 

I: ' ' ' I. IAN- Ml -V |. n\ IT A'l%Ui:i 

and France vHl make common cause with us in tins rr- 
pect< Austiia, from the danfet >arbn .tstc, 

which the too elose neighborhood ol Rust* would cause, 
awl Fraocc.froro a deep interest in preaenutg Turkey, 
because she is a sort of fulcrum, by means ot which her 
: policy is managed. By sustaminr Turkey, 
France excludes a dangiroos power froio the 1^-rant, and 
check* the growth ol an 

may onedy swallow up, n it already menaces, the in- 
dependence < 

!tusaMM*sstt<stop! \Vhocaastonthem~so 



' ;*e*n Turkey it concerned? 
vmtkm of Asia, probably, had lor its cl,w.f purpose 
tarrM tbc sultan, and prevent sopplict ot men H 
visions, {ce, rather flwn to cosHjacr tnd rcfaki the crtin- 



Reaver coat 

Do. psrcl, -ibs 

Musqnash 

t.laok, &c. 
Cat 
Deer, elk, fcc. 

Pox, s oSs 

Do. while 
Do. kilt 
Martin 



Rabbit 
Swan 

Woh. 
Castorum Ibs. 

thcrs 



Goose and swan quills 



57,UOO 
859,093 

11, .* 

2,779 

1,321 

G70 

1,800 

444 

83,417 

13.909 

i50 

70 

.-,204 
4,307 

402 
1,813 
fi,4i." 
380 
250,200 



<.398 
2,600 
7,254 
I, (XX) 

70J 

1,267 

602 

105,161 

11,119 

9,052 

153 

e,330 
5,052 
1,057 
503 
1,436 
8,015 



492,000 

Stock ot muskrat on hand in Ivnadon, unsold, 130,000 
skins. - 

i AVD men. A gentleman from tho West Iu~ 
rlii-s. now in this city, states that for the last eight years, 
he has exported to the Ui.m-il Siutes, on an average, 
X) to 3.000 puncheons <>t iMinaiid horn 1,000 
to 4,000 hhds of sugar per annum; and it,,' n-.til the last 
jearit has always \i )<! him a profit. His > 

-<r, both of rum and su^:ir, did not exceed 
1,500 hhds. j-roore than i li 'principally the 

former) remains unsold, and will nc 
on the cost and charges. In consequence of this state of 
things, he has abandon, d Ins plantation and mn-.v -d lior:. 
> the (k-rniind of rum, we 

suspect is to be MUributed partly to the temperance so- 
cieties,* while the sugir owes its d. a to ilic in- 

creasing 'lured at hom- -. Tip- ainount 

t-iported last year from New Orleans, cxc'!d ihat ol 
the preceding year by about 25 per cent.; bting 87,940 
hbds. la four years more, it is estimated that Louisiana 
will be able fn supply the whole United Slates; and thus 
supersede the necessity ot import r ><1. 

[A*, i. Journal of Commerce. 

"More to the lesser price of whiskey, and its (rreatK 
iroproTed quality. 









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M auai of two *? of efcllan. vbaaV 



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pcoiiiMiU ..I M !.-! 



.flux Of population. 

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' Hie full^wj; 

hope that 

,. biaWu . T.. . ,',. -., i - c i. .- : . 
Ijr CroM," attedif a band of umod migmmr*i, 

llONaWat, 
'IOM whom be vould ; 

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taot of the MOM procen 



the MOM procen 

knovkdM at .1 
itedMMd MaMM 



. 

K u*'.,:.v,r .-i . 

'icr ^aint Praajeai axl fOJoaaur rrf hit for 
refctnc after the pcrobaU* nche* oflbn 

. joor 
.! 

"I/Hi- no time: preMot vooratlvca wicb ooaliltnea to 
the comiutn 



M| M.V..|%. 



am 



:o us a* a very cco 

way u. 

d out a amall firechl with a view to meet the 
aT the- voyage, sir laaac onet the boj acci> 



. .' ' 

notice of the d- 

*treat ninawaT" 



bv .'* - l ?''- * ' *' rtlt m * - 
brapcliiiihM liandtoof 



drt, who, 
arch, comet with ih. 

peace aod rrUore to you the baprttari* which yoo jocc 
have |I>M. Fortucily you were bapfy a%l 



: rrm j.1 foud, wiUt the firm 




roui, 



. 
: . . . .,.'.' 

j hM beard U*c . 

I nut m me, *. -I to the boatNB oflpeaoe he- 

Claoatl 

into her i 






ml 
then a > 



KKATlhsfioMiovsj.0 



HBIT:*II A\D re . a a little iJofvLft 

to the world by a Frenchman. The A bb- 
joat taken OMMI biro at U to aWbra bk eoaalrj 
that %or ihTbmttle of U llorue ( l 
Bawfah bave ukc I J* aaip oT the law (rx Kraaec, 
wbie FraiKc tut oaJy ptart>5 ebbt from ^oft 
.,;,!,.< ' ...... ! . 

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Uthc tuarii^uc tOnn I*', .:... ' i!.? 
L.s*d 






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THE Bs.it:. MAN 

of thai distinguish? 
deposited t 
to this insigi. 






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/ntetogtiicrr nnil ,. 
country, it mutt be acknowled 

):,! MKl Ultil ,' > TM'. i. ..), |MC1 ; ;i - 



tleman M na author, u the cor 

of the vart wietit. 

pctieoce he dMpU.t in the wo 

teetffodica!, and Mt Ihe am< 

which he conduct* the Irgl no 

with its numcrni, i 

m Uiese rvtpeels, lw 

"course ol |qnd stuili . 

&pli6ed in the work before 

bears striking testimony ol th 

lottew the Jaw liilotn.. 1 



lie 1 r of all 

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.c dcj. OQ the wtfcMion o( 



rf properly mtn- 



all*r t. 0rraMis of UK 

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ilEGISTKK-oi W. 



nut M 

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'i t> .irU >; r ' ! !...'< > - 

wrfchtol * 



tot IT 

had fluctuated hi cnnsr- 

'rrpool was vrry limited 
i to $d. per Ih. Orleans, 
1 ; Ala- 
4 5-8 a 5^. 

s at Manchester an* at a : ' 
mj; the small wages tli 
inU able to pa\ : at some other 
> was R)ing on as u 

nr w ord r ' 



:n(tre change in the French mioNtrj took place 
* Polignae, arcrttary of ttate for' foreign : 

SMTVtU 

t Boormont ot war, vice vi :>. 
iral count De Ktgny, of the navv, > 

t Bcurdonnaje, of interior, rice viscon- 

Mootbc), of ecclesiastical Affairs anil public in- 



Cooot Chabrol dr Crontol, o: \i Roy. 

Tbe count De I I ' 

ron II uville, are named n'n'er ol itale, 

Coont Portalia ia named 6rt pt' 

eamtioa, in the room of baron Pausu, d?ceaaed. 

stater* rr*i>nrl with one accord. M. 
anirnae would have been returned m office, hut hit 
fW vat peremptory. 

Snnir .-1 Ihew ffid if t :' r,-j, _- ,. r- ' ; -i; idmM 

e R%nj. The ultra royalitu hate thutgametl a com- 
lete iareiiifaaej orcr the king, an<l material changes in 

'' 



belitve ( i> in 



duke of Orleans, vc 
ritain, ilei* hnr of 



ixuries 



said that "all AM:,' 
number* of troopt . 

: Uu* ur, MHO i Ih.u u|itlirnd- 

Tber. 

I 
Uutaiani dr*-> 

Tlir |rand vizier taid to hare In :i , with 

HOtl'.- DM I! 

are ina' 

. ;o crioe nnd jt 

\.* ' m 9* ' ! : ii'-iii 1..-^ ;', '".' lln K.issian 

In tho 

pi:ini contest between the Kuttwqt nntl 1'urkt, t>< 
but a small 

poni i 

and Eng! 
acknowledge 

it will he SMI; in In r ; 
in-law, a Gt: s, |tc- 

nCK.fOS A^ 

Traaquility hat !; ' m llui-nos Ajres. Ro- 

ws ha ' 

return- 

Mi men 
follow : Manuel .'. of th 

i 



tope:*.- riTsa. 

'BtA. A!CO !' 

A preliminary convent 

and I'eru wa 



'l ii- 

,vs; and 
> or land we. 


: 
blotkad- roast ol Colombia was to be 


diaicly intiit 

Tamiiico, l>y the last accounts, was Mill m posceision 

>'') was alt:.- 
' 
atter an obstinate tight, "i id 

-;>antardn m is re- 

t-nce 
ol the return ol B^n-adaa, v 



, in France. Th- 
I it in SHH!, 



voot and import > 
power, aoil t 

rere advanced to bi a gcn- 

|tit>on be expect* uttiin- 

^aaa^e of the Balkan waa com 

i 

i arvr-ral rn^ 

H:ik.- -,.; tdrau ;: . Ir th Kitai 
ill tiairc to fight only otc more 


-I- and 

iMSMrln**:)*. Tin- Knv 
> hart bet- n 



<m ol sixty or 

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the ui 

T Mr. MJITIS MI, 

.t sun* 
jot money rec< 



. 
Norm, -v 

|j( (mi 
nanl wiUi a n 

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i. of Kirk KiliMa. about 
Pnaaaaitan..*. 



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i.*i tiMy Zra di?Mr4 ! 

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I eWhli (wo, ' 




nc. MM! I h*e M*t lor you 
rvrtil o( at) I 



J.I 

f rr^nlkf MVT 
OM UM M ik- 



arm 

pn ...-... 
ajajMJH 



vet afloat bv 



itui Irnro our lu tO million* 
*rr of flmir vill ( 

r m Rurope auy nuk- 

it oo treat (.rospctt iluu c thall be beoefttted bj Uw 

niM -J MMI 

Ion (Mpcr MJ On Mon.Uy 

UM the luv.fuh.. nt -I-..- cooler, li^ii'ii-.r:..! ! p| IIM 

a]Mfy*itwrotetiuii.fillcfl with port ncftu, ( thcmMV- 

trfavtory m iVcan %i 

lU oonttrtictHMt m^ht tout b>t maj* %i) ' hnOiK, <M ihr 

compkiioti of tbw t mtv , v h. 

MU vancr v Mid OMMM 58 p 

to m*km< thr rj{ .. ; k iorl t otx- pj. 

Ion of brn!y . -.': 

I 

Vnpeiabl( % eort of lu 

rtheni pMt ol Ibe ttMi'i 
U.MM! Mtar |ilae m ik*t 



be *e MM to ko.i% M Patia.** 

i t i ^^>i j **.< 

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- ty. at cant Mavcr oi Uto .' 



corportkM of ikaofty klalj 
of poaodt ttciiMf . 3} per 



It u Mid to be Mocrtamrd tlmt I 

brrn built wi.hui ftrreo iail< t of Loodon M ttoc Uat loaj 
eri ne-Hi all tbeo are to vfcal MjUed Loajdoo, not 
onljr a aaaall apaot of bad. 

/rn. It it Mate* Uuit I0 loot pa a^m, 400 loot 

M . M ,!..! I" ' : ...... ^ . , , * . . ,.- rj 

YMMjoeout. Several M faraoort aro 

about to |0 to operatioo. Tbe ooat of aaakox the pact 
atlrocatttottoV 



J . . , , . 
Tbere armed al Htll. K~ftawi. froaatkc aa> 

:.--..; ' . -, -.!% " 'l\,'."rr 

croojM up and oaed aa iDMMare* wv IMJM bat* bom 

fork. 


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aoaera^ta m F^p j< hie4i be toon OOBMMMMV tbo 



^ . t ' 1 1 ^ t ' ' t I I I . I \ I 1 

pronto bra Malm M 

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j.irt il. .r^-*l 
to OM 

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TV* .miii .dual*, wliic tbe rr*l 
o4 Uw Drr*onal at $S 
-ootii CKXV d.ilUn Cor crcrj p 



enal *rr. 

J 

l>ej are 





traboad traHa, aarr*d on \ 

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is the oldest, it not the l.u^cst t IT*: in 1 
salting this year ar 

fr .'/- .:>;<:., ii,! I. .:.. '.',v-t\ -in <,i> ,!:,! i - 

> two years ago, from \ itei are now 

MM raited. ' 

rtfr of rorn, bearhj"; nine distinct and go 
was raised near F. -.t se.iscn. 

*tc9tracet t in England, are supposed to h.f 

1 1 paper :._ 
been inJorranTby roost t tat John 

noundt (or the purpose 

Minister; should (hat immense sum be 

o|trtloexc 

jaa that the toecndbrr Martin de^troyet!, was in 

Ian: 'i<1 rfTt-c-M-- ' , 

.f w/rrr roK, weighing 730 ooncr*, and vml 
amist tplemdkl attc , mcd in design n. 

ountrr, was, on Tuesday !ns< we. 

; . q., by '* 

itimotij of the hi-b sense c. ! hit m- 

te^ntj, sfnliM ,' iirnur s, ai.d ;.. ; * n ; n , \ diatriatl 
tornej oC the" eitT ami c w York. " 

Elfgant present. 'I I ;e> that 

the eiiUTprit:ti^ -<-i:i!! iii ri ! lln < >:.i\> [nntuili luring 





- 







and $900. which * 



To c&i' 

- 

Some time si' 
iHTsons, I was | : 

t. the late pMs'.ci.t.-' 
id :\ is U>UH! in the case of *< 
It was brouRht IM 
buMiu-bi, and after HI'IIHI,;; r 

n I 



cl*Kn'l\ c.irv. i!, exblbsl . ; i 

aide of roses, wreaths > 



* 

,.:, .1 v3 



oos on the nitt- 



\vnold Ii 



ion as his 






csful bukket loaded with flour i 

i the folio wing it; 
direct 

TVtarrr. A in Naples m 

paragraph: 'I I torture was late! 
severity to an unfortunate Neapolitan, that the judges 
wrre obliged to condemn him to the captt 
as he was too horribly mutilated to be restored to soci- 

Tht Rvttuuu are rci 

strangers \\ i vou aic taking l<, 

bleman, after dtning w.th ,,rr.. he thank* to. 

ad friendly tone, i 

enntirh to coi : 

subl one of hospital ,-h tnrk 

n the mannrrt of the Rv 



I am. sir, your 
null, tuTi'mor lift. 



ease, Mi. ii: 


evening, he was so 

*A clrrk in the general post office, we : 






.fill I 

t .. 



Morn MtMff | 

nric -<-.. !' ; 
:\Q9 brn'i.. 

^^B|M<MUfW lAttl IN 

1*1 /w.- .-,.: ..;.-.. 

Mr.ru i: i ui any eatc v 
well, 4 !.%:, that ( 

^li,,'!" 1 ", 1 ' 1 - ' ," m 

You kno. 

to li-i 11:1 1 ! .I 

anil lo ihi ,-, i courtn 

MM. Ar 



rrp- 







pn ^nailed will be rrl - 



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MMM oblvrd M rrm-| ti 

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(tody of m*w. 







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rr, ol you har beett hdr 
. ihcrclorr. of maki .* ibcte rrprr 



TW 

but bojit, ikccx furr. lhat ) 

unco o>i l.-i ii ". . I , 

vou re socnur. > 
that ihc 










itui %' i : 1 si i.i: _ VI i i . . ,i I ' 

^hn! I ilt mil bv, aoJ liouli 



l nitnds miglkt be too povcrral MM ( 

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M4<l. . nl\. -,"l '. ' : 

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i Button bnm 



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tlM diMT>cc of r\' 111* 



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it bm Mtuiurt! a h jp r il.( .. ,,.,.,,! .,.,, 

Bury hat been rrrrU v i. i^ .1 nh crttmm imnv^ct-.i. 

'.,-.. ' 

Ky. MM! with bemg hitatell detaulu 

fcmbtd from DOIICJIC thew thmffft, 

Jbjpatt il poml*, until no . hm on th 

ogratr ct. 

VB I I .. *~ / k t ^- toim ,. . * 

iu)|r nn r. ii. , > . . 

his own unmet! ale ere aMiwaot potimaMrr ^>.nt ml 
.n iot ti^atKHi, or brmjc .oii 
i I.I ie it ilrr, 

' llre^ 
uttdentandrng ol Owes 
Ift Mr hM before or re*dr* *' > 



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|tiiSVS; and VI nul< 

. emigrant*: but IK 



i hut as he took a part 
m tbu unJortuQrte ease, so DC wfll proceed to Ukc a very 

rue *hat the undn^ignctl has *' 
he took mtheetU! 

in Mexico, * a true that at the request of the- officers of 
the Svra lodp. 

be amt letters to New York and installed the grand 
lodgr; but these officers wen 
and with only one exception still -njoy , theeonfi 
their lellnw cKrzcn*, and oc 
hfchest offices in the g>t 

.rth) by ihfir patriotism HIM! i ivd virtues, He 
had no reason to believe that such i 
ph.Li :!,:;-. nsutution i.-r eriounal purposra, indk 
ahoold never be forgotten 
fated, and would hare produced the same effects, good 

the solicitation* oi i, 
ten t( 

has been aMOciaK"l ri miim:Ui ' 
than three years; and is confirmee 
he then entertained, that they were animated in 
.rpusr bj the be*: /ami the purest pa- 

triotism. I .1 he up|>eah w .ihoul u-..r, .- - to men 
Of honor and truth, tl.i.i thei may declare whet IK r he 
has ever mingled, e nli- t tin al- 

fair* of the interior of Mexico, MS the legislature gra- 
toitously aupiiosrs, btcause he lor warded lettei 
organization ol the lodges which already 
country, at the request of the roost re*|K t 
tuous men ol these states. '1 
they may declare 

> ears, he ha entered a masonic 
lod^e, or attempted to m*tluri-.< 

federal rtpublican institutions of the coui: 

The legislature of Tlalpam says, 
American* owe 

clime dcnie, and it is very i.Miural to persuade thcni- 
arlvea that Mexico, in the i^joymcnt ol the same poli- 
tical system, united will. ,cs ol its delatl.tfi 
inaaariaiaii, the fertility ol hs soil, and the mild and 
haracter of it kihabhatr rt an increase 
Of population and 

liemnce among thr / . 
TheN 

to our own; and it is tort i to preserve 

thtap in their present state, i: >ff>rno 

nor any kind ot ultractites in ts HOOKM 
in HS depart lustry, win 

the credit and aggrnt f that natidh. 

Oathapr.oeiplell,ej hatetoe 
regard to oursehes, and their nt. 
son accord u^ i UK* reason mg is 

or not, eertamly it u so underttoo'! 
hence thr al.itm. distrust, a! .re ling in the 

parties, and among M icans. 

ought n ires ot 

of the reunite pom" -.tries. Tt> 

tucree, ar 
fiectly (list, in 
them. M ex KO certainly jxiksesses withm it I 





>J,OOU tu IJ,tK' 

' 

Ulllll I, 

Without 

il increase, at the rate ol' prngrt^ 1 

:,ooo,iwo. ' 

It li:is b 

:i SUS||K-|(.II thill ' 

. 

i'lg IlltO 

ii that on ac- 
count ol (lie fertility ol its soil, as baron lluniboldt has 
supposed, it will operate against the products 
markets? V 

Lumst:c 

. liuli tin phy !>i-:il structure tf this com. : 
sents o the t-itsv ;ui-! 
districts will. tM coasts :m<l l!,< 
the lalmrcrs in llit iwu i:--ui,tri.-s. 
will not tlraw 

i! vu'h ;.H '!, tiarnr.il :. 

. <-nse of 

e *h:it it is 

jii |Uadruptc. 'I hesc great ai 
tnces between the two ; 

linking man, tliHt 
between the United States arid M< tormcr 

wishing ti 
r Uirb'i 

>ave always nnunt .. 

may rcstasm 

Irce from all stratM^ ;nis. The very nature 

IK! do know 

. His ol Us niih.sli r-- i . 

For these reasons i ' 

more 
frank than the relation* . unitlur- 



it scries -, to susUin 

or to a^' ' !l * v 'II bt- 

cutnsiio s^-tt, also c' 

i u. All a - 

of the 
moj and rery honor ibie coramissio!. 

, him. 

Mi) Of hu ci.arae; 









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MMUr to be 








n*t 



tbcrtlon 



MMNMc In 




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not be 
nil'uUnd dmrrMM*, it y of political 

itnm, tfcort w.Jly |>rt>tcd by feui 'ten M 

MMMM ^ i . .-.y .,,;...!, ,, t iofc i n U i MI 

violent MM) ennmuil moMt re empi 

n the >nlmto of UM <fgi<l>trn t U prc^ntmf th<i .1- 

xco, Md . :olol N\.h- 

tofton. .r Icfulxut 

thatbittory dOMMAprMMlM twnplr likr ihM whirl, 
* mcmbt-r* unUcipote v>th to m. ch complawocv : 
hb^oerrr occurred . 

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MUM of thr who |< *urid. Tte WKlcrtiu 

-. pLoyli^ to whom be 

ch pnriw* rrrndAi|i. The dW*, 

cy mncKi i i.n, s, rc no luncvr iiraMitrd bj t 
tUK,n,l . .iMirvd-nv, 



War 

,..,..,,.: |M , ., ' MJ ^. 

it 10 cut tb#V oora aftd 
1 hit y oo will foribr prcct on 
of your 



h the prumnj of the OtrlU, 
tnrtty w.th tbm*. oMioa 

, xtn rt rr 1 br 

IwttMM, ur it in uct tbr tod u 
<ttrnMvtbKnlnMin 

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Jknr jr 



im CorraJI / Jbte /?**. 



M veil t 

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lead i 



to f 



10 I 

fereu< tui l 

You wli tin n liave nn o; 
poamom ot the - ihnsto 

"ii ot the n; course, 

agree! 1.17 are not, :.i-na. It 

is to me a source ol much a*tit>iction \< I'M,'.! n.-.i ilu- I.,-.: 
CeeJin^ re towards the United States in 

Ue MUM, .. 
WUOM 






"II till- 
is ccr- 

I llfWH- 









iaentionc.1. it ;: 



Cberokeesui b r, will 

Dot be ic4M 

< ol my best wislu-s lor the iuturt 
l*p, 
die n-^^rt! 

.ei/vil chief oj the Cherokee nation. 



' say, that, so t.ir from (he 



M>ld,fn 

i 

well as 

;tr. \\ 

ihianaii -iwillplr:, 



Otprrw 



>r*v<*ng letter. 

Btt. 

. 



he hiiiu!- very rc- 

)our obed:-~ 





To /n. 






n the part of the pr? sklent 

ftittlppl, Ilk0>0 lu : , 
(bat has often, and long 

..- !-..,. .... , , 

nauott, Hli ftll that o|,-i 

andtht 

beeoexprctMrti tn snbemest and mt- 

neni . a j. 

. i nlsund rii 
noini th. Miur, .- 

You v .,-u-d simply to propose, 

that "we illMjr. be ap- 

pointed bj f tuc as may beat i 

the eoovrattfocv o( bolb parties, lor the pirpo- ol dis- 

Arog weitof 
iaftipp., and thkt we 
portuuit* : n r:- u - !.. proposKioot 

It.i. :,-.-.;,..,: .,-....., i 

to meet rommawoxn for Uie purpose of dueussmg the 
object of thi- ClKrrokers rcmo*^ vest of the Mfasis- 

he* it is well known that the duooi.i.o 



natMM i advent to a removal, and that no proposi- 

Uoo could be made so to ehange this dipo.tin, as to 

induce t n.ibjett; 

i' tea ot the nation areeer 

ready at all times to receive in the n. manner 

all put , diatmay be 

appointed b) die presidt i 

subjects lor our ebasideratioo. I he executive depart- 
to such 
bnainess daring t!i 



- i'owinj; circt. 
> addressed, by i 



luoral ol" 

.. i.aii ,. s o! ..!,[,!. ,.M w!i., 

' 10 re- 

.(!^c-n the 

: neata, pro- 
muse. From these c< 

> effect on the Inilutns, 



! S29. 
do wkatevcr u enjoint, i )uy \< 



makertkoov. -I am. fctc. 



VAL, 






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. 

. 
rat 

r .MM} conduct ! rM cufc.j'fcdj IIU'*/* rweoCrati- 

Mt , fefl COM <n*i 

nju.nc t J.fttJQO 

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.avifj 



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UMb y 

ill 10 Ih 






VfWmj *~ 

rr ibci brooft 
ouldrt v 

l..^\ ">r ililrrr*'. .i.r In o 



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a (real Hra< I pletre wo _ w 

i-wiile. aod patriouc iilHiOli, bo- 
i eader of the Toietcope. 

rnrin* of an^wrriof OM or two of 






IJ.UW.UOO 
I5.UOU.UUO 



M.IXIO 


.,.( to Im M.cce^or, 



otil? 



Cl!on 



: - 
cd SUtM It 1,4fS 






, 
>f tallow, valued at IOi.9 JO dolUr*. ctod 

. ; . .. r. -: 



exported. 



- ^|T\^l W 

.< the MOM tioie there were exported from 
.ed States t oi tbeir doomtio productioo) M 



Spcrn, 
L^Bftaod 



other fih, 



OIL. 
7t>,14l 



la addiUoo to thia ibere were exported of aper- 

' poovK t 



Nll.K i < 



The * moan I 

! has I 
titno we may add foon 



h the inform: 
. At .. 



To Ike trttor if ti 

1 cannot doubt -,? teen the o 

sometime si:, iper, of 

the machine invented for hulling co. 
ay kopes have not deceived my julp 
consequences which may rrtult from s' 1 . 
iltsasubjcv 1 .mediate 101- 

port a nee to oaU :' induced no r.olice of 

..ftbt-ir public prniti. 

v one who ha had any thing to do with cot 
tootwi. kr ons a great deal of oil. M.. 

nv person* have, from time to time, made cUorts to 
I among them, more than fifteen 
yer* Unable purpose. The 

thought had never occurred to me, that it n> 
kulltd. like ncr, no as to separate the kernels which 
contain ail the oil. This i* now accomplished hy 
Meatrs Follel at I ihefacilicy, as to 

attendance and execution, of grit Their 

on as I understand it, consist* of a . 
cylinder, revolting within convex pieces 
tame substance, laced and placed in a particular 
\ hopper, over the stones, supplies the 
seed; a wire seive, under it, separates the hull 
from the kernel, dropping through a current 
from wind fan, is delivered clean and read) for tbe 
pres* 

and pounds of green seed cotton will 
yield thirty bushels of seed; three bushel* i 

:i out one buahei of kernels, and one bushel 
of kernel*, (by a certificate Gideon Pal- 

ner. of New Londoo county, Connecticut, now en- 
gaged in expressing it) two gallons of oil. This 
in its raw slate, has been long known to be only a 
r to flax seed oil, for all purposes to 
Hbich this last is applied. The price, true value 
and ornament which this produce-, throughout the 
country, are objects of so much importance, that a 
cheaper aubetilQU is extremely desirable. The 
tocess of expressing cotton seed oil is said to be 
MM expensive tban that of flax seed As paint oil 
alone, the cotton seed oil must be very valuable, at 
least quite enough so to induce attention: the greatest 
consumption of it, however, will probably be for 

1 machinery, if it can be rendered suitable 
for those objects, without too much expense, of 
which I have no reason yet to doubt. 

Mr. Charles E Ruggles of New York, has obtain- 
ed a patent for r both animal and vege- 
table of ever) kind, which I have been told is " ra 
ptd and sure. 1 ' If e has seen the kernels o 
loo seed oil at Mr. Palmer's mill, and says, he can 
make it a good oil for lamps and machinery, by ex- 
tracting t! glutinous qualities it contains 
sold the right of hi* invention for the state <<; 

i<retty good indication of its value. 
lie is now refining common oils successful]) i 
York. 

e are some of tbe circumstances, on which 
I bare flattered -..j-dl, that a new and general 
source of inrorr.. in our al/usd - 

tnd m . ! by yon, as 

i. yo^ 

ihe state; to point to paths of pioaperity not yet 
trodden, although pot as animating as to lead the 
charge of political cobllict, i not less appropriate to 
your profev . jy leave os .abiding consola- 

tions to a heart like yours, alive to the , 
pcrity. I presub , I urn nolaboi.' 

ou. As one of your reader* 
thep, I shall be rerj glad to sec tbe result of eucb 



?omc vegeta 



Mouses alone? What 
i''! Columbia to 
* are 



< and enquiries, so easy to you, as you 
I tun; oral 

/resent; ai 

quantity which may 

, , . 
"f great know!r<!g*; : 

i may hav- idy sa- 

far the p! 

r oils may bo extracted, so 
r lamps and machinery, 

iin-ch Irom their quantity, 
II us whenco 
(I (<,( lumps and 
!>ropri- 
ated by cor*_ 

< ost the nt 
light their at 
annually imported.' How i fitted 

oceans vexed to pnxurr it ; <)n for lamps and ma- 

has become a great, increasing and 
sary an If (bo 

:.rnl it profitable to explore 
all the \\a\i- !"e;, for it, :ib - 

uuld it be in n-, to u(I<-r our exhaustleis 
Mng, as it were at every 

which \nt may obtain it, to remain longer uncmploy- 
'f m) self. the-H' emj v<; beeii 

made privately; yo'i can s. arcely be at a loss to con- 
jecture why I prefer to see them spread before tho 
public- 

I believe our cottonseed, v. >ihertobeen 

used only as manure, may e converted into oil and 
sold at a great profit; Certain I om, if 3011 will in- 
struct the cotton planter bow he may add ten dol- 
lars value to tbe I h now produces him a 

bale of cotton, you will do him a great favor, and 
be, moreover, the conductor of a reasonable reward, 
to the inventors of a machii 

rank, in tbe cotton country, second only to Whit- 
ney's gion. HTOM n.. \MI.K. 



l^.diiir About 25 years ago, Dr. Geo. Hun- 

So'ith Second 

Philadelphia, having ma<'e some expcrin>ent> on the 

,t it worth -vhile to remove 

to New-Orleans, where he carried two steam en- 

irrbased by him from Oliver Evans, the one 
for the purpose of grinding cotton seed, the other to 
be employed in the manufacture of white lead. I 
believe when he arrived there, be did not find th6 
place so well suited to bis purposes as he expected, 
and he did not -e> up bis intended manufactory. He 
died there about ten years ago. liis widow and fa* 
roily, I believe, reside there yet. 

vards, about 1818, Col Clark, tbe ingenious 
inventor of the method r,f working boats a ^ 

by the agency cf \\ made 

some experiments on the oil of cotton see<! for burn- 
ing in lamps, lie brought some to me, and we burnt 

nmpartson with ftoae sparajsaoati oil. Tbe 
cotton MM oil was decidedly the best. 

I believe t! process of freeing oil from 

mucib?' v. , nd wa- 

in K'ass *es- 

4eis to the action of the light tor two tnumhs Bj 
tins means, I know it is greatly improved: whether 
any more ex; .1 process ia now 

ued for the purpose I cannot say. The, New Eng- 
land patent I am not acquainted with. 

I have no doubt of the superiority of cotton seed 
to linneed or the seed of tbe sunflower, for t.'.e pur- 
pose of obtaining oil of good quaiuv ai a iitaper 
raiej and I hope it will be tne4. Yours, T. C. 



MLi;s WHKKLY IIEGISTER. 






it r. 



LMMlti aV H. BILU 1C M, AT f f ra 



fif A! 



k page and *** lortl-o uutvoluflMac- 
eoa*paa* ibe prea* at nomWr. 



,,,,r, |P| ! , [... 

for a urt , Irom 

: >ore vejoed than ibe rl 
ao kmd and eoaplifnefitary 



. 
7 



Tnrbf aa are our prearnt embarraeameni 

will .ur.*c ihc m,%ju,1- I 






,?.:' ajUnUl u aa larUM are* M 
' mflicl upon the revenue, not leu than upon 



Uobvtooa. that no (air man 

mvoolathottld be modified. We do not, nor ab.1 1 we, 
onder the miiauat tarif, ratae very fine wool- 



i, a heavy lo. The rrmctly appear* 
M fclr MO MO m.iUkc k-fweu the 



D>/?JT rtoNMiuJ poundi, all ilul we eoul J .ckct, 
> the (abrie tent jnu ( < 

and .ebrUrr .l./i v....il',.. . ., ,i., r . 



>t roiil. I ',.- j.r.M-i-f.l ri \, 
n,! Mi i BJit t.i .- i; ,| .- - ., . 






to whit* we and tbem to market 
rtt 



Sale* are 
Of il.i 



whmh we hope to uae wkli K . 



H 




permit 



>chn*rila. all 
r. 
to be a moat omdentlj ntan- 

wool will be 
aoeouiit concludea tbna 
ool, 

wiae K ovrm- 



The maU atated at to/M wool are deeply inleretiiog. 
Thev ahew that only about en* pouud out ofartwn Aam- 
*W, it It to make tbe very na clollit iul 

BeiehrMed aa beinf fine 

NJ *i i s. ' 

mated hr -pick.l.Kk w*-l- .1 vo |l,a.' ottel 10 
TheouaM, ,4 ihe Uirci.. tfull t,l.v>j, ,| ,u 

a aloarr orimjt inir.n .:-...: * ,K- tt I'.,..; - .' , , . 

tnalhhmeM of ha oapae*y awl kkd in the world, far the 

perfeetK>n ,.!, .|,,cl, ,11 itthtt^MH . *MMh d, . '. 
.'. Ka many hvali in (Kit reaped eome etcelltof m one 



tbmgaodaoaae.uanoihrr. 



reanecl eoiae 
. i hrc (actt 



(actt abrw ibe aakaa- 



pU t 



ia of placing a prcarnt high duty on tvrjr/ne wool 
,ci not u(t(ily it. The remark ap| 

he rrrjr r*>ir<r wobli 
*v< MOW at , 
would be cheaper. 
vvakiaf them w lessem-tl. Theae tnfethrr, howrver, 

Voi. 



o o 4oecM i v*a 10 amc tt4er 

ibe OM dolbr anammm. IW^ -r made mji of ear 
fta/iiuprf wa|a. on4 ibci are as vraa|ed aa4 memajw 
/; % obarr*ed alieev, tajat ibe U lanff really U*amt4 
ibe iflVcCjt pn>ire4a) to them, at area an << il by all 



-,,- r.ti.i i.;.f,.i ii^ { .r*r ^ v, Jt ' -l-.h ar *>!o 

'i 

1 



cut. U UMA IM6-7. A part e4 HOa 
*M*nMffctfft*MrffHaVvl 
ol araottd Dart fell* o HrfljaH laiaaaniantaj 
; 9*e*i/U*9 to Urtt to tfciaiaalfK tfM 
- ihml part U .i^brW traoi UM i 



hut tbe lourtb. and greater part, r- . 



...:.:;....,., i ,.! - jr \ it 

mMuCMturrr wboe Hlon and caoaoojy have w far 



II.-:. I.-., ',..lr ;,ir.. ,.1 k s ,i il,r. r .aillt 
Mr* fctf fAry Aow MI tr alr< M oW 4^1 e/ 



re Mr* 

> 

Uiatl hare f,*)tet 
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.... 

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' 



. . , . , . - . 

*-!! they m*y rnter- 

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Mb 



*..! j rr,. 

i ao 



i ao wtvwm) al lOly Mr BH M da ealM 
orelotha, .bkb will mtfaMly ukr plaaa wkr tbe -la- 

w^l%IO QMaWKatCCv^r^t ftTQ Odp?IIOQ| fO VHBHRi%9 tO^P^C 



eomprtium with fcMi%M<it. 




looatej 

of tbe a 



rally aarful, 
>TKK).bcaaie4aatoaeleetion. 



ill such oreaiwai; for, whatevrr may 
u of thmga or peraona, we have 



prompt ao< I 



peraona, 
the opera 



* i > 






i down the operattoo ol tUat opiaiaii 



period of the lat war, and off 
bdafei 




OftheeUtaof arUalot above alleged to. the late ad- 
lre%ata to the publ. by Meaar*. One and Jan.s of 

> lefraph, to the latter, are 

time-!; but, *ler n,uel. rt fleets, we 

theat neprra ahenld be ; 

1, aad ' *nh ** 



othera,ollMaowo 



but, from" tbeae 
' 



Umt, m ibe 



tbetormer ml a wh Mr. J .r^ia' Ib*TkSr and tf* 
itrecn'i firat addreaa **t> the 



;K<;iS'l KR oiTOKKK 10, 18 MISCELLANEOUS. 



> think wight net to be hurried b our work. 

wed. 

1 .ing , OQ account of hit avifuirr*. 
:'." but this cannot Irad at to pprore ihf 

Mr. Jar- 

It* advantage of hi* 
In. nothing by it, because of 
It .1 not our 

ike question, or prooouM 
definite opinion to ekher. 

MUSKS BAIBT A%:. A. HRADI.M. As wr 

Nvwrnglrom 

i eonUttimft th material facts - 
'graph ol the S-h ult. in explanation o 
tercoarsc bctwcnihr IV M. grmTal ml hii Mtisunl, 
.ring inserted the letter of the Utter 

^Oo the even ing ol Ihr 1 4th tnsl. at I'.radley 

was removed from tin; office of assistant postmasl-r gtn- 
-. MO called at ih- house of the post master gene- 
ral (ool. Gardner bring present) and deBwed to him 
M, Urge HIM! smaller one, M)ing that hit 
ftthcr wouK! ' in a frw i! ..\rt!u- 

rest. The pod master general i handed the 

krjtlo cr. theuiccrtsoi ' ' M. \ Hr,,ll -v 

It is not true that he promised to withhold (li in i, 

was any mch it-quest made, ai staled in the let- 
ter referred 

next morning Dr. P. Bradley called on it 
toaster general and urged that, *$ a matter <>l y 
hit brother, lie should be reinstated in office, and n -. 
:Jloired for the settlement ol hit accounts, which could 
not be done whilst he was out of office. The postmaster 
general told biro distinctly, that his bn>t!n t- could not be 
rcinsutfd, but thai every necessity facility would he af- 
forded to the adjuttimnt ol ln :u'com:t. The doctor 
added, that his accounts would hare to be examined (or 
twenty ^ u! thut, upon a lair st-ttk-ment, the 

"f.-tjt would ov him Mt least twrutj thoin.nd dol- 
ling asked how that debt VHS crt-ati !, il<c 
doctor i mont) s advanced by his brother to 

uig of the same day, Dr. 

B. wrote a letter to the postmasu-r general of : 
a'.te chamcier, cxpremog M waut ol confidence 
head of the dcpartroent, iinjiisilr reflecting up 

;-i!cer, nnd also, by insinuation, on another g*-n- 
tlcman of the department'; and ag*in insisting oa the re- 

'.ntofhu ' i Ins letter was m 

dered as mcnunf an an- lollo w- 

InK. the pottmastcr general cent a message by one of 

\. Hnidlr). inform- 

ing him that l.c li M ; p .:nt rl two geollerocii to make, 

:i the Monday following, an invent 1-sofra- 

handrd o\. r to Ins successor, 

\1 

Jlradlej promised to L 
iioatmaater general wait- d unit! 1 1--.- I'n<]x> su( 

Mil Illkt. 

(this da; ) to make the in< ntory ami (i.-livrr the art i- 
rdrHT, unless A Bradley should apjer in 
t, at an t-arli-r da> . I 'hear gtn 

1, sHMifi <l Mr. A. Mt-ndl.'j ..I it on Saturday 
last, and the letter Iron Mr. A we sub- 

join, prepared, tn 

and antedated th< M handw. 

Batry on ycstenl* 

jterlion of the preceding begets the neoesshy of 
also copying a letter trom Mr. P. Bradley to the P. M. 
G. datM Ike I6ib ft UjfottwhWiP. M". i,:. 
rcraored Mr. Barry, in gmn 5 Mr. A. Bradley 's letter 
to ll*e poblie, would seem prepared for his own defame, 
f eoursc, be inserted by us, as soon as re- 

PKVVBTI.TAKIA CAHAM. The I'tttsburg Statesman 
safi Philadelphia, forwanJ. 

M'iddktov.n, 1} the Union canal, four wagon loads of 
goods, to be frora thence transport rd to Pitts burg hr 
wagon's. These goods were received by Messrs). 
!7 davi a1>rr they 



.-at least one day less tbau 
lly taken by wagon The cost of trans- 
portation was 5 cnti pn 100 pounds | ( -s< than was 
paid on goods, which were lov.' nune tmu- m 

!|ihin hv wagon* th-i* dOMtfMing both thr 
cheapness mirf r- I- 1-1 <>fcan-d trNns|> 

. ,%s ..Til:- 
ranj.1 r.f , 

now in cs 

1 .iHlH canal. S. \ u MII|.-- 

have br ' ue navig*! i , t tre are 

ling. No breaches of my conso- 

''iniata, 

now lillin 

supply of WH!' 

.! I In' III li -it. 

I !.f lill iiiipplii'd. Thr water is still 
. and lut \v-cii Muldl'-tiiviii :<-:t} ( lark's ferry, and boats 
are passing daily." 

rial that reaches I \Y, 

heartily rtjoice to * i system" u 

sylvania seems logo on much better than was pi 
by many. 

CHESAPEAKE AND DELAWARE CANAL. A schooner, 
laden with goods, passed through the canal nn t' 
ult. brine the _/fr/, webeh i-l.iss. The 

barges of the Citizen's Canal Line pass through daily, 
back and forth, in two hours, and H laudable ci 
is indulged in the most agreeable and convenient 
possible. 

' BALTIMORE AM) OHIO HAIL UOAO is ^oitis; 
pi(ll> . Th- d> !)ri(lpt-5 

are in great forwardness. "Some of the rails are In 
in use for the removal of earth and stone, tec.. Upon 
these rails, one man moves kix tons on a common car. 
The work in executed in the roost workmanlike and sub- 
stantial manner. Th- hndprs ;,re particularly xdmired. 
i he first and aeeood sections 

of thisr'Jid, in the jr-sent se:>on: :<ni] !I:IT no doubt that 
the complete success which attends the work, >vill in- 
sure its rapid advancement, next year. Th;ii tins nu^htr 
undertxkmf will bt- -M-complished, is a matter that seems 

'tollable; and, though not so -; ..ips, as 

at first anticipated, at an expense within th< expectation 
of the pn*jectors, with some unimportant differences for 
the want of experience, now obuti 

THE OHIO CANAL it progressing handsomely. It was ex- 

i be opened as far south as the Lick m^ Summi' 
in the pies>-nt month 2(W miles. To complete the rc- 

100 miles, the wajs and means appear ample. 

inn canal, C7 miles long, was completed some- 
time since, and is adding much to the business and wealth 

(inati. 

STEAM CAIRIAOC, be. From late l^ndon papers. 
Wednesday after noon Mr. durney's steam carriage was 
;uest of the duke ol Wellington, in 
the llonnslow Barrack-yartJ, before Ins grace, ; 

ml Minn, l<>-<h Fitzroy, Somer- 
set Roc m Onl, lieut. Cit*n. sir - 

' 'harles Daoce, :;;id a number of military 
and scientific gentlemen. His grace, sir W. <. 
die ladies Percy, fee. had a carriage nttaehed, and rode 
round the yard with the greatest pi' atisfac- 

tion. Afterwards a wagon was fasteix-d i.. i 1 , 
carriage, containing twenty seven soldiers, besides Mr. 
and two or three men u'; , anl though 

the road was very disadvantageous, being a rough, loose 
>1 gravel, it drew them round without the least 
;on of its sp> n nine and ten miles an 

hour. In these experiments, Mr. t,un,'y applied his 
steam generally hut to one wh-l, border to give the 
company full proof ot the power and practicability of the 
invent*'., m as lo this, :>i.d as to its 

manageability \ ol involutions w&d evolutions, 

he gave them a specimen of its speed, and drove seven 
or eight limes round, at the rate of Iroro 16 to 17 mile* 
nn h"nr. It i< difficult fo say v ' ':<ny wa 






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from II* tutn*'! jo. t nl 



ir0r aiF--A c. r%JcMatc1 to nm 

.le.it^ Hirr^J^a- 

J anaab, ruMl. itr**n U a <x*)eii 
ful eAWtt of aVNne*jiaaa. a Mm- 



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u r njr jr.n to e mic 

Foait >* *iw A 
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.laHedna*. 
ly4uo. <& tab Ar. ww.o, r-.^i tfcat 

|- Utt^d^m MBM flB^Baaa? f^^^aai^*M f V 

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Uo U. *rr~i C 



mo M|ortMi 

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^IrecM^lrtMt^ V 
i rAi UMI iMt nMurrwd MM* UM WOl* 

.4 hold y 



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'ram boat ft. I 

' (to thipt, * br Ionic to 
tg lo ' \ Rrrat 






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alter Upr ol MWV MMMnM ! 

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tM^lia 





" b 

We hc toM rp of neve fnm Mexico. Xo 

rr.l ItfTAguLtfl |.lcr Ah the 
SpMlMfd* at r.ni|iM-n, but fTrtl fMVparvtiDOt rr ^t 

or* 

r dKUtorwl p< 
Mi; 






! ... . ,' t 

. jvernmrnt. i'hce particular* 



it road* and ilitiaii- e tr-Mu th 

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. iuJroo 
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the utility ot ihi, ami *m n 



!:u- o| 1 WO PKf>, n to 
* boau. Tbe ftnc 



tudJt-nl 




inU iiw;. 

. -n a largr , any recent map of the 

State*, and e ,otm alao a gvoeral men ol 
A.-urrwa. 11 -ni. ! ti-*.- qal- . .r.iS', : tv V , 
Inda* iland{ with nch otltrr u lul m.ittci MI ; .-.- M- i!- 
ill adtaii. 'l'hi ioap t fin .<,) U paiti> of tro 



the mhabttanu of the 
m ot of the tort, 



one n. who inntjed by swim - 
boat* *r.n K the foe ot thrr com- A 
vr.l to land, ar..l fonyd the aOer 
to return to the *l.ip, wh:eh they frladhr ar S alfie<e1 ir. 

.'terie* on the ifaorc tnmmtmtuA m ji*** Oat boatr I 

v 



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to AufQtta wa> eot open 

m.l n.t>:ol. a lr >la> wnct. 1 in- lMC4a| % ' 
Mui t.'otm^t.-n. l|" ' I..N. l>. .-H i-k., .-ill N . .,,,- 

.lealof m<mc>. All the .: 
rretteU; but a >el no 



on f,. ! 



(J .| ,-,. 



onaui general, to rrtnle at \c* York; Jean 
Vd.mv DtMMwr) . eonMl M 

t>h,.mv! I arty I'^joct, xm 



Fnim if* 

r J,l<o>. / 









AMrrn Crom he lung of Portojpd. 
dod mooreity 

ehe tms i 



rclc cvt C|IBI:*.K -. ith whom, bjr 





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i 
roc 

oljcel ot the*r nack. 

boo, t \lMhede, end KM 




mblr to thk of the Otr of Uat people of lUa 
*Ud, v raol iheil oblaM the uooraaion of it 

a it nut no. be expvoted that be apeoUil; 

t all the crew to eteape belbro 
it reached the maasaar. 

b h* recalled all I 
lator ot any carl ot the K 

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- , , -.-. <h 

I a loan of f lf..:\A>\ ealit the 
CiucblMrd k^a. M 5 per oenu aMerert, *a4 |faoh 

' 

royal of the u'*tag 



Marebl4.lM 

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PER OCTOBER 10, 13*9-- \ iUr.INlA ( ON v KNTTOV. 



.r $00,000.000 reals, ($40,000,000, ) vhichat 5 per 
cent, interest forms an annual rente of $* ? 00n,ono. 

The Parit Journal <iu Cnmn, 

ollowtag schedule oJ Spain has bound 

herself to par annually 10 foreign creditors. 

franca. 
5,500,000 : rbharJ Loan 

>o. 

.Srirsemeot of one twen- 
tieth of th 
4,000,000 for interest ami sinking fund of the 

t, 1*1,750 for the real* prr/rt */?<. 

-.450 for the sinkm; fund of the rentf. 

Ton amoui.t the tame paper assun us, it equal to 
more than a 16th part of hrr nal income, when at the 
lime, thit income doe* not suffice to cover the most 
of bcr Internal expense*. 

[Jfimalf Commerce. 



a took place in this 

stale bit Monday. The following shews the returns for 
members of congress so farasreo r 

G<*>t>f .WtcKctt, vke Mr. < la poll. 

ftr6LJs*dlBtttl Ml. V.MIian.s 1 

Beiii antui C. UovHird and Etta* Brown , in the place 
uf John Barney and l*<ter Little. For Mr. Ih-j>ar<l 

:e 4,7*5. 
Benedict I. Sfmnirt in the place of John C. Wceras 

not comp! 

Getrtre C. JTasfanffton t re-elected without opposition. 
^prigf, re-elected returns not received. 
.rd Spencer ,\\ the j>hce of John Leeds 
for Mr. S. 1,683, Mr. K. 1,609. 

A" / 1 :7*<w re-clef 
Mr. Dortey is probably re-elected from the lower dis- 

So the representation in the next congress will stand 
:.istrution, 3 ami. 

It is undoubted, that the friends of the national adminis- 
tration have a majority in joint bullot in the legislature, 
and probably a majority in each house; and, it is settled, 
that the state administration will be changed. These are 
irsults that l.ac, we believe, rather disappointed, or 
surprised, both parties. 

Particulars hereafter, for reference. 

A MBUTBT, lately robbed a vessel from Liverpool for 
6t Vwjeent't, boarding her with four boats, each having 
about twenty men. The captain's sister, a youn^' lady 
of 16, was Stabbed to the heart, her tenant girl thrown 
over-board, the captain himself stabbed and It It lor dead, 

\v feo. They robbed the vessel, destroying what it did not 
Yk please them to take away, and scuttled 

sjy* ing that she should sink with those left on board; hut 

^^ they were saved by falling in with another vessel, that 
SAd also been robbed. 1 his is one of the most fc: 

V lie rovers that has lately appeared. 

\ \ SwjrTAirRom COMBCSTIOX. A writer in the Hart- 
\) ford (Conn. ) Courant, relates a case of spontaneous c/>m- 
Duation, which if true and we see no reason to doubt it 
r account for many of the 



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case of spontaneous combustion was reported to 
me a few days since by a gentleman of undoub' 

, .t took place under his own observation. He is a 
of machinery for cotton factories, and had 
directed one of his workman to stain the frame work with 
linseed oil mixed with Spanish brown, and to rub it 
down with a handful of shavings, as the usnal practice is. 
These shavings were thrown upon the floor. In thr 
evening, a few hours after, a Ight was discover- 

!i repairing to it these shavings were found on 
1 m a few moments the building would probably 

fire also. 

As it is an every day practice with cabinet makers, fcc. 
10 do this very thing, ami as it is a new case to me, and 
probably to others, I send it to you for { 
'h- bertefit r.' 



Tut LAW! It has always appeand to us a, 
it to speak falselx in i hi follow - 

court of sess. 
ling, charge*) 
notes, anu against 

."'.- -I .. -.-. \\. |, He I ., Ml, !:), "I ( un fiiil\ say 
it you will r-cci\ 
you were found KIU! 

hanged." Pri- 

oner 

to speak the truth as near as 1 ran." Ju.!^ 
"I can only aay as I ht 
be mor 

!>ing a htlv 
it is not taking an oath 

prosceutor." Prisoner' : lurd. ; 

Judg^c "cons, 

consideration." ( After a few ramutrs* pausr.) Pri- 
i^iilty, my Im-d.and hate roercv < 

p "Yea, my lord.* 1 .1 ryweU. The 

prisoner was then remov bar. 

"V. Imported into England from 1st Jan. to 
Utb Aug. in 1898 and 1829. 

1828. 1829. 

United States 
Brafffl 
West Indies 9,788 

64,164 
',kc. 

B.,lrs 540,481 607,431 

The present stock, 499,500 bales, is about the same as 
it was at this time last year; but then the stock of Ame- 
rican was 276,000 now only 040,000. The increase of 
the present j ear, compared with the last, is 
in favor of the product of th( 

tariff ha not \ : the cotton plan- 

ters. We don't think that it will ! 



> a rnoM A FAB.MRR, to the la: .^land. 

lowing (caynllie Globe) is a 1; 

ter sent by Adam Itryden, a fanm r, n si'lm^ ut Howick, 
to tlic late king. There was sorm- little delay in the de- 

nt it reached the royal hand: 

sir 1 went thirty miles yesterday on foot (o 
r taxes, and after all, the bodies umild i 
them, saying that I was too late, and that n< 

>' red by regular course of law. I thought sf you 
was like me, money won! me wrong < 

h it x-re a lew days too late, so I enclose you 
,.)tes, and halfa-g ', is the am 

-yf me lor the Ust hall year, and f < .< 
halfpenny ovr-r; you nuibt sen ! 'in the 

coach comes back, else they will >ve paid 

<-:,[< rt Mr. Andrew Wilson, butch- 

I remain, dear sir, your very humble er 

\M HRVh 

This way ot taxing the farmers will nev< 
you will see the upshot 

To his majesty, George Rex, London." 



I 

This body, fresh from ihe people, m t :t Richmond on 
Monday last of the 96 members elected only 
absent. The gsllery, lobby, kc. we re crowded with 
spectators, 

James Madison nominated James M'-n roe for president 
as no other nomination, at.d h- WHS conducted 
"r by James Ma-' \A ball. It 

was an interesting spectacle! On taking his s< 

>C SflMi-- 

Having served my country from very early life, in all 

om the 












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at a aarmaa 
ill exert my 

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rope. 4lHHii 

C*o ,.- %.,,. ;.vr. f.tcfxll) \ * .-r-ult-rr, Ul ( 

hot* MMTtM, or UM Wwdk T UM fcnMn, ki 



KCTOR OF THE PORT AT BO- 

[rnmtbr 
The iniUow with hirh Mr. lUMfavTtt 

tjrof the lort el U^iton. !, been 



tjrof the lort el U^iton. !, been tv..k! (u 

v ' i -i < i vhjMlJM ' Ji ' ' ' ' ! 'i c :' i-ii !,,>* 



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lO lit tlu'.t . 1 llCJ hi 

*c- rrji 

Ml .../.!. i..- . .' d 
ITMMlid vit . tl.t.r IUOI 

Two bdlo4i wtrr th 



tn. Im UM 



-i/ifcii/ / IW t'.tf/cW .Steer*. 

, *l*tfcfc ^^k*4hft Mklftl^T^lM^H ^ A ^M^^ --- - --- 

It 1 ( * * > 

, adopted by niccUBf of merchMU M Um Atf . 
or^artled. Ml an informed, lo you. MMMdmuU 
flUW eoodoet, imprl* me, k dutj lo myteUaad 

ddrra TOO but* 






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in the tu 



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mimrvt roe vub 
labor* vtll cut - 



the 






<i* ol tUc 9 nut < 



ifjn.lolph 

rat. at the third ballot, rcoeivmg 59 %ui 
paraoaa named lor ihia office wat Uic 
jPVo/imo, but the hf hrtt tote be received wat I T. 
1 he vote of the eoovnmoo a. the* caUcd, and tome 

vUall oot prrtcod tokeepap a Journ.l of the pro. 
that happen m h thail he auOwaUy wHioedT] 



donof nod bebsrior or for 




our battlttlJoot and in 

logivatpolJIal revolutions, 
tcretl at that tbrough bwh we haw reculy ao ba*o4r 
mmm9*^mnS+i3\* 




Hbavtr 
Uw. to the chief officer of the 

hfl t. . KM pi : -I li 
ay of ' 



art m Fi 
totheagi 



for hrrakm. ami drewmj of ftu and 
by a PrcMli ccfiUeom about the 

^ A caanpiMMi irotn a uramr n at 

arefroto 5O to 8U nun of ttttnl 
Jin, UKMeof the botiom, aod each p.tr h - 
of etch oiher. ro clor*lr aa lo rv 



Mr. Juhnt >*. h the tot oaae that 







JON S 



fee* or gra I mi it* front iuer 
inf btmur> will, 

jiroviftiofi of Iko act of IMS, w bit 1 1 
informal, M adopted exprv% 

;.pivis abti< 



gratu, . 

Asapabl 

ienNaevt and il 

aehanr of.i! UmcW. .p- 



irr* wn<>i 



: i -., 

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prompt!* 

-jr propriety of il- 
anm'iprmrn: 

MM n,,f. : HOC mpUlll 



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i i not only o ohtrj 

y appoi 

majoriit ami i!.- n 



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;rfS8- 

ih*i 

9 ol 
obno\ ; 



to tbe 

>b<*o>irt:ii r '. 
MMMflhe officers recrntlr appo- 

anceu; PIM:III- ;: 
hare opcrt 
tbe ehairrmi 
brother to George Blake, **]. late 

ilii- nut .- .; i,.-, < '.}'.< : .1 '!ni\ -i liort linn* IIIKX-, 1 cnued nbl m 
twodc! took HO uctive 
part in not our mcr 
lor Uu 
Moepi 




. 

JMVOl- 

-tr< -s unl nuii' the 






111 UM9Bvr|CtM IIIC 

sloatM* tfst MavWr' 

were of political fric 
afon. i 

::.' 

S-ima^al >' 
ihol eonu 
with every claim of j 
IB the nMi*t 


Tb em;,i. 
when it 

one who tij-.. 




aplc- 


1 



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i'ii ihi: bunks of ib*' i 
Kibiie gratitude an 
- 1 which wtll thiueaa lon| 

,-wnrd of SOUK* p<> ioftliosew! 
apuear the IIK-JV ixlranrditiar), tit thut 1 ought lo follow i 
1 the teerelarv of this meeting was rav own, in selecting officers utn. 
With f 



.t, retomt . tdbf i 

cot nau i of vourte, the removal ui 

:.! off,. 

A Urge j.ir.,,.,r!..... (.fiUotr !iO s 
JohoMO reumet, lare ileir namci att*cl 
requettnov OB ibe filet of t!.e m-aj' 
hare the bite oollrelor of ibis port -I rre 

<-qoalij anxioiM to have the lite administration retained. 
Among tins uaml>~r, are some, who ut a'pnblic 
reeomraewlcd io the patronfc of the people id- 
*acliuetts Journal," a paper tUal outraf^d Uie fcelmH 
of decency nm! truth, and which tln nx^iiu^ chow a* 
the organ of its communication tu ii.: pul.i 
proceedings. 1 Have the nine* of roar.v of them reeom- 






:nAfc AMJa 

Sia:- r.j a situation in ill- 

louac in tltis citv 

Itclor, I lake tl nclosci! 

copy of a petition, the original ot which was hande<l lo 
a ooramiUeeof the mer- 
chants who ngm ! 

It is <hsi.giccable to rac to advert at ui.; 
personal M.VTICCS, but as it u mdispuusablo to a ' 
' rsiandmg of the - 




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prodoc* naaaifcao. lu bring bit fellow cAarnc back u* a 
mciob. r of UM gr*e national 

^our*. lt,..u .;' ! n.. I- I.-.L...! , ! i> , ,, wit, , i :.,.:. I 
am tK*l I co-il,! iiii-nli.iii k.'ii.. - li,! ,|-\ .',,!,, !. . _,.. !, 



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JMM /* A* ftuAfcr aaMMf Ad rtpffr a/A-rc</ / m*fint> \ 



and llMt I U\. I.-J tU l M |.|i.mti t ^ , -.jr.;.'. .,. 
lorn* u[ifi>oi .!!.. i jn.: l (', j, .,!,;..-. 

atidrvM >uu. but tnxu OOUVK. 

(U*i thl MiMMtrMic ciMiitH UwhloHy WK) uo- 

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va* crated to 

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:;nt.-; moll t 



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lulu t|, knu clnogr 

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v.imenl, MT. 

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I shall make r, j apology for ob 
affairt on the public, although I ata itm 
it ao aet \\: acU in the i 



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i;i- c.: iiu- 1.- vr-l K ptti m < arta 


. from the 


c..iiiM' ivfch : 




fur roc, 1 ! i without i 


not to be obtaioed. 
taxuotaarn vnote 

c!,.,-, .,,..-! i 


ii, iu-, tu becaav 
..on to your i reotol 


5 o. j total tUe&ce, ta regard to you. for BOW 
nearly a je^ir jo-i hiir. a! -hort iDterTal*, duria^ 
that *!. 
ny coi . aaoaer too ex. 
prebeoded, in tho coluaa* of a |**>pr 
IT ralutnoici to ettry OQI: 


V 


cam, wUl U, more likely to Uctr*) than 


'. crt nor, t u toay will believe, acy 



ed (W (KUtion, aod to my own feelaags, were 1 to omit 
ataling . te eooMdrrmuon and retpcct. 

dc wrtbout nnrd to 
tio*a,m> 
U any 

cd b eouuooo with all political |tfuliet in 

e**y age. But, tr, s mcrehaott and efciacne, Mand- 

.J ebtcryrue, 

they mx surpji^M-il !.T i, me .-. i: ta, or ; '.;. anjj >/ 

uterprae aod n^acity bare ektendctl 

oir eomnu r\-. mto evory tea, tiren Mrcogth aod nchc 

to toe oaiioo, aoil apmd oat cntnetrr and bmc to h- 



cotioo of your re.u:j>f&, ordittntat of aaj 
Ikchood Pari U- 



i producufc of couttqucncet at ooce to tojuriota 
and to titoct:te , tbat rrrv cAabould be 4afd 
in the effort to avert it. Bui there arc lm\& to Ite 
sacrifices which ao boiMtt nao can b caUod oa to 
make; aJ thoto will bo tooo pcrccired wben it 
eeatet to b a qiett:on 
of hooor You r. 

Green, and I hate ec Jcred it in tiieocc. I T 
durc it oo I 



hart only known yon to be, 



tod proceed to provt jou, V 

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J04 Ml. i.- REG i.. ORNE AM 



it a Larsb epithet, I acknowledge, but I know none 
other in the r.ngliih larguagc which cau fu; 
adequate *ubat.' 

Io your paper .<mong mai 

remark* About rnc. there b t '< r-aragru| I.; 

urged Okies'. tboae who Lu*c been . 
cd to office io Boston, that the; h.^ . null 

ia teaman !! 

made, * virtue in col Orne, who, not eouu 
having (a>H (ton the rttl tditor 

aft4pr*prui*fo/ (Acfflprr, et up bis senices ai a 
partizao writer in that print, thus demanding to be 
irf for the umt irrriee*." 

guilt of 

falsehood rcutt fatten on your ch;.- 
liOt alle-c that you hate been ii imposed 

fraud of your informer*. You have been 
repeatedly named that the nut n, xvith 

whom you have been so i climate, were uttering false- 
hoods ID relation to the Jackson republican po 
Boston, and pailicularlj in relation to me. Vou 
Id that there was another tide to the ilory, 
uld tc necessary for you to hear, before 
}ou could learn the truth. And if you ore really de- 
1 have not sufficient charity for you to 
tuppoae, your mistake is one of choice, not necessi 
ty, and because you have preferred falsehood, rather 
than truth. Tow charge is concisely this that I 
advocated, as a writer in the Boston Statesman, the 
election of general Jack <i-d 

pay from the proprietor of that paper, and/or which 
bo I asked to be appointed to an ofiicc. Tl . 
.. demanding to be paid twice for the same scr- 

. harge/<-c<5 me, Mr. Green, to state my con- 
nexion with that newspaper. 

At the close of the year 18:0, or the commence- 
ment of 1821, (and I cannot at this moment slate the 
ilate for want of a file of the newspaper,) the Boston 
Statesman was commenced to be published. The 
.es to the publication were Benjamin True 



formerl tie 



of the Yankee, his partner, 



Kqual:') IVter N. Green, (now Nathaniel 

postmaster of Boston) and ru)self. Mr. Pc- 
'. before published a little ; 

.ale, io support of the republican 



arty, and previously, 1 believe in the 






ntfied and gentlemanly as unlike that of the sam. 
paper afterward, under other editorial management, 
v. a to the present tone of the United States 
.ph. 

itesmao afterwards became as it was, one 
. and abusive papers published 
uas not at} 

man was published, and Immcdi- 
uincnced in Bo&loo, t! < of 

the la\v, I waa aNo an editor and part proprietor of 
6, ("I the- | urthast c f \vhii ' 

mas Kowe, six 

liars. Juch -.land, also pur- 

chase -, , t similar sum, 

and for a \ the paper jointly. Judge 

. rjc.l again 
. iu!i lor ship de- 
volved on i (1 no part 
oi the proceeds of the business, but was paid a small 
annual sum. MCSMTS. Tn<<- n subsequent- 
ly purchasi , >t, and I continued, 
for a v.h.. : on the same terms. 
After some time, not being able to agree further \\ itl. 
these gent 1 - tuy interest, and left 
allojM : :!. They gave rue their 
note of hand for the amount. 1 had ceased, 1 think, 
for some years on connexion with the Yankee, when 
the publication of . , ummenced. 

. \\.i- M.MUii to take a part in the 
Statesman, it was agreed that ho j-hould purchase a 
f True and Weston'a establishment; and a part 
of the purchase money was appropriated to take up the 
note which I . si them Mr. Green, how- 

ever, not having much capital, asked me to loan him 
the amount, ind I loaned it to him. When 1 ceased 
to be editor of the Statesman, True and Green gave 
me a hew note for the sum f>o loaned to Mr. Peter 
Green, to which was also added the sum of three 
hundred dollars due for my editorial services as 1 
have before mentioned. 

It may be r.ecessary to inform you, Mr. Duff 
Green, as you were not perhaps then a politician, 
and it may be, were driving cattle in Missouri, 
though it cannot be necessary to inform the public, 
that on : uary, 1822, the contcs-t for a 

choice of a successor to Mr. Monroe, was not begun. 
IVoni that day to this, during the whole presidential 
contest of the la--! seven years, I have received from 
<cn, or from any body else, directly or indi- 
jcy, compensation, benefit or advon 1 .- 
ie shape, for my services, as you 
are pleased to call them, or for my political writings. 
1 wrote in the Boston Statesman during the whole of 
this protracted contest, probably more than any other 
mnn, uithout fee, ;n or reward without 

the expectation, hope, or possibility of fee, compen- 
sation or re w Ijbors were gratuitous, unre- 
warded, and as it now appears, unthankful, nay, arc 
made against nu < t of reproach. 

I'ut tl. L truth : not all told yet. The amount due 



me from the publishers of the Statesman, Li-ing at 



j, i uciieic in uic eaiuc jjiaec, 

Lad published another paper in support of the federal 
party U hen myself, with others, determined to 
publish He Statesman, we invited Mr. Green, as an 
< r, to auperintend the mechanical 

The editorial department was to be exclusively 
under my care, but the profits, as well as the hazard, 
vere to belong exclusively to the other three ; 
vith the tingle exception that 1 shall proceed to 
ftate. 

For editing this paper, published twice a week, 

r.ne year, the other parties were to pay me three 

hucdred dollar*, und assign me the n^l.t of one 

part of the establishment, or as it is sometimes 

;cod will c !; it were well 

edited, it was supposed its reputation would be 

worth something, and he on whom its character was 

made to depend, v. ^ to have an interest in the sue- 

cess. This year terminated, as nearly as I can re- 

rt day of February, 18J. 
vrhicb 1 received fi.-rn the otJ.er parlies tin 
for the /'Jars, and nothing else what- 

ever. -' d the pap* r. its u'rs may hhow for 

ibeoist :i J to say, the paper 

had as muc 

weekly paper, then, or before, cr s;nci 
Boston. That it had soir.e u; .iialion mav 

red from the fact that many o'. .. 'you thai during the whole 'presidential contest 

were repub!i*f :stanl quarters o! IL< up to that time, this sum of eight or nine hundred 

union. The tone of Hi editorial dicctuions was dig- 1 dollars was in acti; il jeopardy, for 1 knew the pub- 



. the property J teas Wvrtlt, and for 
a part of which 1 was in debt, \va.i contiiiucd for 
years, with those publishers as a /can. No part of it 
was paid, principal or interest, until within, if I re- 
member correct!), one or two yegrs. And after it 
was paid I continued to endorse True and < 
uotes, at a bunk, for at ku-t eight or nine hundred 
dollars at a ... -. >a\. UK re up to the very mo- 
. ' i .< kbon Republican, 

I was a: lor True and Giecn, on a note to 

the North Hank, for fotr hundred dollars, until 1 with- 

;. with the Statesman, and placed 

a;< tq-.tl anio.it in the new paper. I need not in- 















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rrodil, aod 



poeUbUity ! Ik* M 



mi iMave* 

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nding to rrf j UM flbood oT /J^ 

<rpb of Aufu.l SI, t UM Mto 
tt of vulgar pit aad li(iiy , ad beb f 
prei 

ft v . 



ublikhcr of Ikil pope i 

I 

( bee i it mutt 

that be v I cr.- 

eo me 

could be oblMiit 
otborva), were ukfji 

1115 icril 

iiVf > iu u;-^> < , I bavc loof 

koowu. it not omen on quality in the human char- 

loag acted 10 the belief that it i 

> be calculus : gratitude uke lhi, 

that could u|>rct it 

muit be at buck n as rn'a, 

xa remarmt 
OD ofocrptrU of Your remarkable tatciacnt. 






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. 
orable men, 

bate and > 






e more ann 

. st aud l.<o- 
d lo notice the Ian- 
dual*, -.-.ho. 




uroa: 
Le proceed* as follows: 

Nor should we now have 
nouce the poor fellow [Mr. Agg, but for hie bavtta*, 
brought another iodn .duel on the stag* , < tho 

lithmeol, of whose 

' .. purebaeod one half of this 
November, 18*1, freight 

vras dissolved In October loaf, 
he had advanced refunded, aod the per 
themseUe* to abide the deeteioo of 

bOW/ H.IM I. more hr SjSOSJl '. T* f r i v 
two of the Bsfttt highly respectaoai 
District, upon the data fern toed 



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qucpcc i.. the estimation of persons 

.cir sjsu^paTecaeM end tntrpreitiMt t*j 
Such u my case M y own uame has been som 

.id before the coounu 
infamou*" Du I t. .,;h the roluntus of that 

\utericau proas, the 

States Telegraph, \\ere this man so well known to 
all am i circulates, as lo those 

who have resided, even for a short 
ty, whether M tt> westoro sutes or at WashingttM, 
and wore p ... those who have been con- 

I should fall 

uiuKr r.-' in -...,. r :\- \ ( ' .,< * -t.;\ ; \\t :. : 
be might say or publi nder sejoh eiresjsji 

a ports nee with those of a 

t.oio any implied any 



d ba the suai of twa l'lnnii ate kjajsv 
dred doilart, in addition lo Ike east he had aw. 
f aaeed. Mr. Janria chisBad apwmrda of thirty thou- 
sand. Not content with Che award, ho moved to set 
it aside; aod it would seem free* the italsasiat of tho 
Journal, that the aOda 
that motion. The award wa 

t be true, as asserted by the Journal, that 

such an affidavit was made, it remaips for Mr Jr- 

oncile bi frrfu/ therein set fjfth, with bis 

ciaim for thirty thousand dollars, at the value of oao 

bail"- isbaieot. 

Mr Jam*, it would soeai, baa returned to Boo- 
ed with a belief that be can do 

I MO01 : hi ot/- 
wrh that proas 
r have the 
own 

who know colonel J 
weakne** for ovrtolvea we defy haj asi 

islj to refuting these falsehood*, I n 

ry of my connection with this man, 
which I am constrained to reckon among the most 
unfortunate events of my life, as having associated 
my name in any manner, with that of one wbou all 



ml a proMaWft 



u, ..: . . 

as Do*!)! 



:rm such 

wr. ..- 






lo tho toner of 1827, a 
from Sooth Carolina, while oo a 
ststed to me, through David Heaabos? aod Andrew 
Ihml.p, that Duff Ureea wiabod to ooaM 
: tho Telefrapb, soov 
from tho New England states who waa not 
eiperleoce in pofiticaJ cootrororey, aod who cooM 
furnish some pecuniary capital. A:ter a minaooaj 
dooee with Duf Oreeo on the subject, I met him a: 
New York, at his own request, about the loot of Oc- 
tober, IBrr, for tho porpoao of conferring w 
upon the proposed totociatioo. lo thUteternew, 
be stated tb,at tho patronage <* bu P^^ ** aT** 1 
ncnoaiQfi that the paper alooe would 
aibrd a lane profit: and that tho pro* of 



to that 
I a IIP 01, s 



10* NILES' REGISTER-GOT' 

for Ihr senate dunnf the MMion then to ensue. I 
would not be IMS than $6 000; that b' ffeft consider, 
ed hi establishment to be worth , at a mode rtr roan I 

"ol less (htn A&0,000, tht in '.' 
general Jarkwn's election, it would T in- 1 

create of ezeeuttv* and t>al patronage. 

worth much more; and that ho deemed it tirr 
loorce of a Urg* fortune within -hrt d. 
then eihtbi ted il . m* thf amount ..( 

4 ra| 

. in tut- i H n.i- 

job printing, tod snowing a!o the arooun 
for labor. a>trnal air. from * h 
of thr paper alone appeared to be > 
than f IO.OOO. He aUo atated r M. then 

due bj bin on account of the Telegraph, amounted 
to about $10 000. 

On 015 *!atn my readiness to bear and consider 
of any propo-iu.m nhih he ua then prepared to 
make, be said that, bavin* incurred tin 

ipense of establi*hinK and huildinj up the 
Telea/apb. (whu were false ) and bninu 

te, he wa-> 
posed ' 

fluenre iiorial t\e\- 

for aj disagreement between its editors 

upon toy i >P, the paper 

mut be nilenc .m! useless, i r one of them n 
cide and preorniie Is course, the rijii ' 
ciaion would equitably belong to him \% lio h; 
red the labor m.d - i foumJi- 

daiiited th rrju.ty '.t saying that I 

would en{< i that pr-v 

remoteat probn 

requested an i< :.ud comp^r *on of j 

ral tiews, for the purpose of ascertaining whether 
sorh ro'l.sio MIC ; \ conversation en 

ued, the si.o. spelled lo re- 

r so deplorable . 
that 1 cannot consent to the im: 

: th him in an ihir 
p>Wie a full ex | 

to this contcr'Mion. 1 frankly - '!j Atat* 

ed my TICM- ^ some of the questions ihat 

would probably be ucilaleiJ, either during tbe i/n 
test ttitn pe- i be electi-. 

maoufaclure?, and t. v .e presidei.tial election after 
general remcnt, for even at 

riod, before ?..- election, a contest for his >. 
was antic. pated L'^on the first question 1 staled. 
that, although decidedly in faror of the pr 
system, I was the adfocale of a tariff that would 
equally protect the agriculture, commerce, and ma 
nufactures of the union, and opposed to all violent 
changes iu the domestic or foreign relations ol the 
ry, or to sacrificing the interests of the whole 
to those of any one section. Upon the second ques- 
uted, that 1 had sometimes heard two distin- 
guished indiridua;*, the one from New York the 
other from South Carolina, mentioned as likely to 
c opposing candidates, aod that of these two, 
.ividual preference might e for the former; 
always been a republican of tbe 
-**!, 1 should support the candidate, 
might be, that should be denigrated by 
.n party of the nation. Thus apparent- 
pinion, we agreed that, should we 
associate in conducting the Telegraph, and differ up- 
of great national importance, he 
should prescribe the course of the paper on such 
question, utid I should retain tbe right of exonerating 
myself, through the same paper, from anj participa- 
tion in such course. 

, jucccued to Washington, for the , 
of t\*. ,. imng the pecuniar? concerni of the Tele 
graph, aad agreeing wila Duff Green for the pro- 



-I). l.Kf-.I.S \M. : 



posed purchase I percei* 

- large b>.t 

tbe exact amount of .!f M- due f 
then i nie-it loose 



of bis i 

- 
transaction, or *i* 



want of pro* i 

he wa i :y the ssme debts t.. 

partner wa 
\\> ogri 

to avoid nil I. m and 

enter as a parti<cr into ft eon< 

\ Hurh eMo, and retain, as ufu- \ fur pa)- 
in< th-m, all - 

N.T 6. 1827; all -' . ?d on 

or after No?. 6 I" 
ini' all othi-r r 

->r expectancy , \. 

i <TR; und io ll things , 

the prliifrship, with the exception before in. 
*tJ, our riphts were to be equal. It H nre 
say that ;itrart, the pjtrunay;*- 

wa a leading imuc merit F'-r t! 
to pay $5.000 on iKnirig th* co: tract, >' 

:id one 
hall of 
senate, on demand, which wn >d fz,000. 

Dnrin^the negotiation, and on n 
tract, DuH Gr-en spokn much about t; 
pftrmatH-Ti'-} of Ihe coi" nj; tl.cjor 

of tfn- partie-, -ji.d ol ihe limited coufidence aud 
perfect rordialiiy 
:cin 

. both moral and political, 1 be- 
lieved i ity of these professmns, and met 

rould not have suspected that. v. I 
Joseph Surface, was canting aboi 

Mh, he w:is harboring the base <' 
4 our relations, w> soon as the 
whi'-h we were then engaged should be -urc< 
terminated, and ah liately after my money 

had saved his establishment from an executi 
bis person from a jail. 

is an acrurate history of the formation of 
my partnership with Duff Gr I will 

j-ive an account of its progress and terniiOd 
the course of which I will prove him, b\ 
under his own hand, to be n profligate and "hame~ 
lessliar." SEL JAR\ 

Sept. 13, 18S9. 

n, 

,-nihlie, I omitt.-.l to 

ilatc, and did 
last. 

1,.4,,,/M ol my 



In my late eorom 
n*sign .1 
the abu 






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its Drorress. Imme 



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to tbe political cause i 

: was soon t'cmu 

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from ecrtntn j- 
mi^at be con < 
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d to be t ' 

H arose 

'.vsvtul lu the cause and ourselves. 



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o acnbd a moat? to tK-; iu- 

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t\mt\ vbU I oonunur<i to jXTtorn m-r on U 
rft OM M UM aodMMriiH ^crtent o! M> bu. 
bieli n^(bi |umi Im for in* fMrinf boar. 

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lb( I hod more 



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the firW, IOT vtoiott, from odacatno 
er oildltd UM tooMeil, bt b^ 

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108 K Jo, 18*91). v.hr.KN AM) R. JARVIS. 



eetvmr. money, and executing nol-s or accept .OR drafti 
omi oj oWrt, and afterwards n evict ting to record s*ch 
Itasjsactiuai, or to iotit\ 






.NIK! a\e lo 
. lalaoar- 



. 

wbrreb* the trm was 

upon to pav drmand* . 

which inducrd .. p ;, ,.! n , , 

: : .t.! : I . 

eaftmomir*! scale; and I 

asjingot Ihe in 

Chriee per - . 

vonld accord wn 

tiie partner**! neari* fo thousand 

Ucubrij objected against the unlm. 

ponvd lo adit** as aa apprentice, every boy whose parent 

orguardjaa applird, wl.nh t reprrarnted as injt. 

tae firm; for though a dor proportion of boys :> 

be advkbUroi, it thr boys be ukr-n ai long intervals, 

)et, thr adnnsaion of many raw boys at oner is 

ce some yean snust elapse fa ran ac- 

qnirr skill sufficient to afford a profit to 
era, and meanwhile, the 

lost SB teaching them and c. is 

Th* conversation terminated man arran^ nu-nt, by 

.ir> coti- 

nem s and under which we proeeedtd for a short time, 
dnrinK whichl waslrrqu l,. ill timed, 

III judged, and consequent 1 ) \< xmi.n 
length, without ant .maiion, 1 

with my reply, pi 



K.\ t. 



jum.uniration. 



BU8SBL 



No. 111. 

litter from Duff im-eu, mentioned in ray last, is 
as follow s: 

II atfiington, July 1, 1128. 
DtABSia: Having n-s l\id to terminal'- 
us, it only rrmami to Kt. i 
: that can be dooe, so as to do juiice to us both, 
ptc*rrrelhcsame kiod Irelmg* which havi- licretofore 
I rcn us, and prevent, n much as possible, all 
- r speeulatioos by others, lo the prejudice of 

toer ship M just unless there is t 
beocfitsoone can be acceptable to UK partis longer 
Chan > comuu , rsu. You were introduced to 

me as> stranger ol h^h litrrart HI tn<l an 

..ro/ politic :-i 

oureasuriifritttdsaneanHMof that good feeling 
1 saicerrlv ruieru.i I agreed to uke ^ 

a imrtner on trruis lifSI) adnUgous to v 
litcr-ry ulUiumeuts f hart- not b.*o UIK.'; 

Ittic*! rxperieDce and capacigr tu cm 

P lK.c-1 ,,.,,,. i thl . I ... IUCI1 SO 



... I 



you as a high minded at. u, ,n. .s I 

Vou to be, to , it always 

"old a tftg that youi continuing 

under such circumstances is as unpl- as ft can 

brtotou. 

la proposing to take charge of ihr fiscal coin 

.me nradinessto discharge your 
. ui.Ki, I have noted t . * time 

red tne office. It was out a cl< rk, but a 
uith w bom I confuted to share m . 
tile ive thousand dollar*, bul the mu 

vfcmfcjosi were cx|ecte1 to bring > 
that induced me to accept .itk.n. A 

ing aaid thus much, you cannot ex p. < 
continue. You kuow ihai upon all occasions 1 I. 
cd jou with frankness and cautj .r, and a desire to save 
voui feelings, and continue our friendship unimpaired, 
has prompted me lo this mi-thud ol communicating wuh 
you on ibis subject which' 1 hope you will adopt m re 

3 resolved on the dissolution, it remains lor me 
to suggest the manner. Th* interest ol the great cauw 
(and jour own feelings perhaps), mat nr.ke it proper 
tor your name to continue m th paper until t: 



1 however, do not desire this unless you prefer it 

!** paid me nve thousand dollars, which I will re- 

I pay yon whenever demanded, and although you have done 

I will also pay the ex- 
I peases of * 

proposition be not ace- -ms but 

I one OttMT proposition, ami that is to divide the materials 

I in the office, and leave it to our subscribers to say who 

: til ,|,h propi-r. It alter we 

I state the ease fairly to them, a majority of our subscribers 
prefer you as an editor, then you shall take the name ot 
the paper, and as many of the subscribers as prefer 

ome olher name for th 

1 1 on the other band, a ma- 

ie subscribers prefer me as an editor, you 

I must uneof the paper, and 

iinldish a paper must select some other 

i i accept my first proposition 1 will pay all 

the debts dui divide the office you 

will , i ;md 1 will pay the olher debts due by 

the firm li ted .., the first 

proposition will hi- bc-ii tor you. You say that the 

n the books amount lo two thousand dollars, one 

halt the materials in ihe office will nol be worth half 

tin sum |ii.il t,-\ >ou, and it is nol my wish thai you 

should lose) our interest in the paper, and 1 cannot sup- 

i nii'l-i thr ciicumstances of the case you can 

expect to tct.un ihr title of ihe paper. 

I hi dr. p n.!i H-M \\hich we both have in a friendly ad- 
tit ot thi- matter, will be so apparent to you, that 
e you will appreciate my motives in adopting this 
n, mid you will, 1 hope, rest as- 
sured thai >"i, th.it personal regard 
' i pud harmony which has subsisted 
between us, is calculated to increase. Very reapeoV- 

1). (,KI-.i 

An early answer is desired, as it will be ne- 
cessary for me to make a negociation to obtain the mo- 
ney necessary to refund the sum advanced by you. 

D. G. 

It is needless to comment upon the feelings excited by 

this epistle. Bull thought ol ihe cause in which I was 

engaged, and suppressing them, told him verbally 

that his proposition lo dissolve Ihe partnership was in- 

hit!i he i -[.lied by a request thai I 

should rcnly in writing, lo which 1 assented. Being In 

, however, 1 received another letter from him, 

i> lOih, and which, as it contained merely a re- 

<|iicl that 1 would attentively and amicably consider of 

hi* |>r pos;ti m, and give him a speedy answer, is here 

the day following, I replied lo both in the 

folio ing manner. 

Washington, July 11, 1828. 

Dear sir: In reply to your note of ihe 10th inst. I ran 
only aaj thai nothing h.s occurred since my verbal re- 
I st inst. to alter my views. In that 
verbal r- , : distinctly, U my recollection becor- 

deem it expedient to dissolve the 
..-senl, and thai neither ot your pro- 
positions was accepted. 1 will now, in reply lo both of 
ira, endeavor lo stale my views of the whole 
A connection wuh you in conducting the Tele- 
graph, and whatever is associated with U, was not or '- 

seeking, nor of that ol my eastern t 
It was suggested by a mutual friend from South ' 
IK, u<> munmcd m friends in Massachusetts, as 1 un- 
,, Uist you were desirous of assocut- 
m K n i. yours. It in the Telegraph, fcc. a JV>np England 
man ot some political experience, and who could advance 
SOMIC capital. I was told you wanted a New England 
man on account of the regular and economical habits of 
busmes* which are common at the east. These r&pre- 
.s induced a correspondence, which tei initialed 
in a request that I should meet you in New York, and 
from your statements there 1 was induced to form ihe 
connection. In doing ims, I abandoned my business, 
separated myself and family from our friends, paid a 
large aumut money, locurred the trouble and expense 
ol removing to a climate less congenial, and engaged in 
with many and heavy responsibili- 
ties. To do this without a valuable consideration, could 
not be expect Suable consideration I thought 

and expect to find in the profits of thia establishment, 



MI. KB' RK 



of a IK-.'.,,-,, . K, :- 
(MM Of aOftlhMC**;. .tltte 
ral of (overtimn.1. . ; 

part? - A* I newer tbould have formed aae* ! 

tUnm* fMatlhalnttt aVcM^at a^mtaUmMaVn^afc^m. mttml a^mV ** tmfhftaM AtlA of 

i HI draaflami at ajlltiir aou'ld Ibe nprctr.t 



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-i, offer* nmh f a. iiflni to eV 

Mnrntiiiii YW prnpeafckin to rwfund the five tfcm* late nay the injer| tfca4 wanM eoea* in tw onma* from 

taad dollar* adva*ei b me. at*'! t> rrj : t ; > ?r * i *,. ''5 I ,< ..f r , . .. . , . .,, ^jj 

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a worWiiiialhi than i Hood JnUfere the tonn^t^n. n .id be impomUfor to ...e a muAatt- 



I AM rMiMa^mi lA ralaJUl 
HI r***pir nri lu [^if; ( ( 'ii i. . ci 

to be worth tuurli m..r- *m IVwtk - 
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ftUM for my r^l.i. -. a tubMnpOon liM wonh n 9 ni M |. 

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lore. 



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lit nrt 



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-9*wl In* 
lion for one Kail of il,. 

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farM?|rvmtne partaneoiml r%hu mdar 





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m either bouK. it would oi be >:rfA<lt to ptWiM the 
IOMO! .-. Md the Mart to o MB vte* vc 



7 bya.yria><io ac 

: . WLenctrr one party ahall attempt to invade the 
lolanoth 

.we are required to make an annual 

of accounts. V . xpiratton ol une 



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artUemcnt ol aecounli. At llic rt|irat .-.n ..I <".. >,,,, 
the law can eomoel either party to a arulement by an 
action of aoeouob but (Am, k eaa do no more; MM! until 
f Am. it CM do oothinc, ezceptina; to proteet one party 

mitted I.. E -t!,, r. M Hi tfc I, - 



rl prmctpali which fuwrn the eaae. and apply in* datta 

/ d mfcmtmt t* a dMtf*?. 
a diaaolutioa moat he by mutual aonacnt, 
IBM 






me to my, that I !ial 

n. > .. M . t'. . '. 

tmr nothing ol m .In 1 .- , > . I 

rigHu. U t ioQ the fecla>|* 

Uona are fitted to 

all leeltfif out of the eatc, nd treat 



a rate of 

ooJi wAh rmnknrta and 




yoo. not 
bat potoene4 *! in 



I .ill 



on from inr u, > t ,!r. If. 

kiderthe reatons aMJpted by TOO for 

jlution; MM) which are, that, I have done 



tat tttto maid of the paper { and that. u>r capacity lor 
OoaJaitaH polnieaJ paper at rAw pUoe, not equal to 
roar empeolatiuai. At to the firt i. I hare devoted my 
whole time aod labor to ibmcot, nrflectoje 

titXhmr that came tin. (.r mv u.-r i i. -m! ',r, I, ^11 

^^^^^K *a^a* VMa^aW Wifv* WT ^^^W^WB<wl^a^B^W 



let.t.. iS.c 



III 
than yourcir. K l> . 



a MM to UM paper than yonnrlf. it nM 

been beeacyoa l*r heen i!.* ( ^ ! to ?4kr ihr I j I 
I haw alwayt been reaily, aod prepared to eontritote 






lo br , . bj ' 

a ___ i 

i tmi p . 
h 



oml paper, even ( MM pla^ 1 do not yield 
reapeetlre eootnbut..M-.i. Mffl 

Ma - **J ft n l^ama> AM*k1 waMo^Ba*mtj 

WKH r<juju uncni, rj^iai ju iurncc, laurr 
InapenooaJKy. ihuatat.h 

neither of H*l* a fom:K-t. -ntj-i,!^. 

i? that replied to the qoetion ol diawloiion, ana 
toyour raaaon fee propoamg ft, I wiU endeavor to tute 

_ U*^ 

icmipiKm 10 a naroMHuovs proeeeamv m our reapccfve 

>1 pla or frienda her* m a very awkward 
?o*ioo. The adamnrtratkm would my at on. 
theyhftte tlrcadyMid, that or party ww cjamaoted ot 



of them am I ^poaed U abate. Iwdlhaveno 
altercation with % ou on thia or any other eaajeet, for I 
(Jearade ^ relfmc wh a partwrr in 

man baa power to dmiwrh my maaanal 
hen I reaolve to preaerve it ^ and on nrnaareaaT k an 
,r rraolved tmaltetwhly. I w 41 not my 
e- -in- % ou nave arm fit to tmiann, yea have 
lot a lr wnd| uio' I mwat tay that anab anrat waa ones- 
paatad. But I ana aa%ry aaare yon that, yon have am 
thereby made an enemy. The maiiha aim of danaz 
nre*.N danteufamfofitrany* 




titadfafita^rutiitomikU.lMQreaiU t< 

that I taumkl eonatder Maaln.<-fVt prupo^tM to r. 

^. 

nan ' ; < .. ^ ,* ' ' 

rla^ble tor me. or you wonld net 
oar r^hta.nd property in the 
lal, moat be at adi nu > amia to yon aa 



to be done, tea. ko. a*! two 



- _ > ~ _ i 
ammj ami 

k done 
more Cot j our rrlquUiMjj. far ten year*, all r*bt to 

WMHllCle> Qf OC OOn^nWOn^CQ Ml M*^ |MpCV v Of pCnVt^atf V nQ|* 

.trial of Colunil,.. V HJ aaneellawmy two netr* 
/oer*eir.ad I ?<.!! tW p^tnrrmap de4a, *e 



whole hini| one nix propowuon If ou deem this 

attnvrkho 






- IJU.iM 



M Tul;l U 10, 1889 >IU. .1: . -U'N S 



'< to vourv II. and giving me p i -r- 
Mtlte agam^t ihr rwincrtMp < 
pout too M 

- pmpovHi : icrnHMit 

ioMTiMfriU' nmtioni betrrn tuon ' 

K. J\K\ 
"irespoodenoe stall be given in 

Sep*. *S, 1N9. 

CON- 

' r iril opinion by Mr. J fferson, on 
a national bank [m the year 

1191] couch. -'iration o! which 

are now through tbe press The author and the 

. it an an r< m all 

leaders, and will give an intrrcst 

" public which any remark- of ours would In 

mi. .,tt. mpt toenhai *tmi .Idvocatr. 

The bill for establishing a national bank, under- 
takes nrnoni; '.her things, 

into a corporation. 

a enable them, in their corpornte capacities, 
ive grants of land; and so far, is against the 
laws of moiltnn:n.* 

3. To mske c/irr. subscribers capable of holding 
and so far, i against toe laws of alienage. 

:hese lands, on the death of a pro- 
ii line of successors; and so far, 
course of dfscerJy. 

5 To put (he ! " the reach of forfeiture 

at; and so far is against the laws of forjeiture 
kfat 

G To transmit personal chattels to successors in a 
certain line: and so far, is against the laws of distri- 
bution. 

1. To ?ive them the sole and exclusive i 
Hank*ng under the national authority; and so far, is 
against the laws of irwmcpo/y. 

8 To communicate to them a power to make 
laws paramcuot to the jaws of ' thej 

be conrtru<*te<i to protect the ip>inuti nf 
rjul to tae state legislatures; and so, probu- 
will be constructed 

tbe foundation of the constitution as laid 
rroiind: that "all powers n 

United States, b) the rormr. . >itcd by 

states, are reserved to the s'ates or to the , 
people." [Twelfth amendment ] To take a single 
step beyond the boundaries thus specially 
the powers of congress, is to take po- 
of a boundle* neldof potver, no longer susceptible 
of any drfimiion. 

:on of a bank, and the powers as- 
sumed by this bill, have not. in my < 
dekgaled lo tbe United States by tbe constitution. 
I. They are not among the powers specially eou 
merited. P.-r Un-v 

I. A power i lay t<n>i for l!;< ; 
the debts of the tniin! Slat- 

M!I, nor any tax laid Were ii 
money, it- origination in the senate would condemn 
it by \\ '.ion 

" > "borr.iv. But Ibis bill 

ney,nor insures the borrov 
proprietor;* " 

other money ' to lend th 

ncy lo tbe public 



'hough ihr - 
main, *o far as to permit coogres* its/ 






bill, first to lend them two millions, and thru borrow 
,;ain, cannot change the nature oi the 
latter :> i.'l >-till be a payment and not a 

loan, call it by what r.ame 

ttions, 
nbes." 

no does he 
>/* a dollai 

* persons regulate 
thereby. To make a thing which may i 

not to prescnlir r upulu ions lo: 
selling wereanexerci 

slate, as to 

congress b) r ion d< < s 

il legnlatiun <>l i 
is to say, of the commerce on WIT, 

r mamsexi-iusiT. 
t re: but to its e.\ 
sa>, its commerce with anotbt- r state, or with loreign 

or with Ihr Indiuii lntj-> Ai-<-or.Jiii{;i) , tlift 
bjll does not proj-o^ the n.tdMjr. ..ulalion 

productive of consiJeratlu advan- 
tage to trade. 11 

.ticse powers covered by any other 



r arc they within either >f the general phraa- 
ich are the two t'olloivn g 
). "To lay tales to provide lor i' 
of the U. Mates;" that r 

purpose ol providing lurttrj general wcliuie.' ' 
ia)jnn ol tales is Hit po^cr and the ^Ci.eial R 
the purpose tr hich me power i lo ue -x. 
cui.nr.-b* ai out l.i la> taxes, ad libitumjor any pur- 
pose they please: iiutonly to //oy Hit <iebi or ptvri<itjo- 

trt t'jltu wiiwi. In I H 
lo do any lkin$ im; 

.butuul) to lay taxes i r that j. 
consider the I 

:>ui as giving a d 

pendent power to do any eel : 
uiighl be lor the good ol the unio: 
. 

u willi power to du P ie lor 

.:re a pbrase will 

ner of tw meanings, to g ll lhat 
will allow sn. , !? to the Ol lhe 

at which will render all the 
rsal power 
h was intended 
' ' I 

Uiosr. WltLOlU whl' 

ie verj 
power DOW proposed 05 n tntana was r 

toem- 

. 

. .'. cities 

oh the 

-institution. 

lie all 

laws n* ' xecu- 

nt a bank. A bank, 
o, is not ?.- Mcntly, not 



ir.i 



of CO 



jd ll fin to the i>< 

llh -'I 



d ben 



M I 

* . * ' 



-rr 



eejrreart all..ver (bo woHd. Bejl M 4ooa Mt M< 
wbrr* a power t ettiMiml rath e t 

and futdameoul l we of fko eererml 
tUlav, eajefc M tboae againtl mor imam the lav* of 
r lle nilet of desert. U.e eu of iliill tml 
Ju.fi the lawi of ew-beat and for future, aod tto 

Notfciat 

y other meant, ran juaUfy eexb a proetrm. 
lion of lewa, which oootUhite die piUftre ef o*r 



rry the c 



e piUtra el oor 



tato and the t 

medium a> 

a merit, and wlcrh. a< mj ideal of 

< learly a . ttalp 

; ay um of (x money into the trea- 

will have to p.- 

reat nn the public debt, tnd 

re will 41 

x money to cone up to the trat of gt>- 
Ihe officer* roaidifi* there The pat- , 



he made by treasury order* on the tin 

- r ptrt of the n. 

the jraal ma* of n i r ir. lemj drawn <' 

' balance of commerce in favor 
of that itate afaiiitt the ot>e in whirh the govern- 
ment r 

by the hante drawn for that commerc 

out be if therr were a bai 

be oo balance of commerce either di- 

ito'j, all the bank* in the world could 

not hri!, ? U8 IM - : ..f t.,\-> l,i:t ir, (hi |.,rn r.f 

era. then, and hilh of PI- 

ehftage, may prevent i merit of the main 

mats of the money col out the aid of any 

bank: and where these fail, it cannot be prevented, 

'.hot aid. 

may be a more cenevnirn/ 
la litlje dtft-mer 

io the c, cannot conatitute Hie 

neceaaity which the coi ground 

for attuiuiog any noo enumerated puwer. 

.1, without doubt, 

rrannrmeut for lending thnr ajreucj, 
and tha more favorable, as there trill ha a compel! 
t>on amc.nx V.-.M i,. r . \\rifrm. t., bill L. 
to tike national banlr, who are 



uow 
by an 



.ay petaover the 
btn of the tienit.for the aJijpUateoo- 

r of the prcndect it the th.eld pro- 
.. to prefect aaint the to- 

vaaionof the lerttUture, !, the rtgbta of the eieeej 
nary; f, of the ataUa and .tale 
leti.laturet. The preent ia the caae of a rtfbt r- 
mainmi exclutively ith the aiaUe. ao4 at, coe^av 
qurnlly one of thoes intended by UM eotJttihrtietJ to 
he placed aader 

It mutt he added, however, that ualeaa the proii- 

c which 

thai it 

ia unauthorized hy the comtitutton, if the /r* aod 
the ecu hang ao even at <o balance hi* judgment, a 
ut respect for the wiadcnnof the letaJiUir* would 






n .firaiij ,!c. , ir the balance in favor of their opio- 
on It it chiefly for catc where they arr 

-cat, ttel tko 

lion hat placed a cb*-ck m th oecaiive of 
the | 

15, 1791. 



F \FFCC- 



If 






r*xor, 

eoont be waa etery 

in (hrdcon 



hrr uVoat wb a 
her. (a 

. i %*MC r,.r,.n.' 



^ Mff 1 : mf : -ih r ; 
(Kl flLMiVOCr IMf* Itt S MVmWO 



ronrr araa attcrd m a blue 

and roy ehrlu. 
Irtunlc hom he at 



I nrju- 



, it a pr ttj afttrrcttmf a^H, aoo It yeara of aflr, 
tHt at attirrd MI very ainamn j maojter. 

- ouftacl for the pneeeexan 
it at In* duty to briof More ib* eeajrt mi 

fjmttft Of illtt BmMmmt tm%mWlll ammml fAmttf^mmmmm* dmmmmU 



ef the 




H tbr 



ofLnA 

dmfatljra 
T waa the employ 



n**f i i |'il; li> ( i * r i< 1 1 ' i i : * lli% mOu !>*$ %er fx. H<* % 4YV *T^* 

h*< 






I well e>MM 
ire it Hoea not ta 






, -o.njin vbaftnUMT> 

' * J % : , . r . , t i v i , t 1 ~ i x < i t . . ' t *) 

! mg bam at If, On ibr Tib of June lr^_ HH MI uneji r aaw 

\m mf o I we y o^jogj WONMM a% oer ajejMVv vjotjaB^ aoo PJC propeajev 

* 4oM to marw biaaddreatoh' i>r.l. .i*J oiw 

. I 9lb ofJoae, be aaw brrwWkjag wtrtta<of meo i iiatd 

i J lin | I. _- _. IK.I jf^ Hi M. .11 nmt^t^tf* IKat 

HDl. I ... , 

a eTibe crtmr Umt 

h*d bfoa^bi bra to tbe tmr wKrrr Ix- ,t aiaodaig. Oej 
ibe ana* a%hl be met i 

him to apmeotl 



re WM a poo. 



*^'*' r *^' "" ' LMH '* *' 




Hi MI .-)-l'hO. VKFRCTIOX. 



tffbt under her ihrot, (hrrw her down 
Zd cut her throat with H > .oaway 

M Mon Mrrprirated the dred; abe lound the 

blood trickling i.om hi r throat, AIM! ma.lr the beat of her 



way t 






committed; Mid on a srarvh bt ing made near 

the sp, ' 

he blade of which M. ...,!. wai 
When the prisoner * tnktn brlorr ti e magistrate, he 

would be p. 
evidence, as follows-. 

"I s a)k*> K wrth Leah Warren on Tuesday c?en- 
'.Hb June, and it came n.lo my head all at once 
.oosrqoeneeof her n fusing t go w 
.ic oo of roy pocket anJ : the 

throat;! had one hand round h. r ,,,-ik. w.tl, wlmh I 
.nfs; she fell backwards and I ran 
Mr. Omdg* now shows roe, and 
which is now sealed up m my presence, is the knifi 

The ion would are that this case differed very mate- 
..mtheone tried - <>i \\ m 

Vjg|l\. In this case there was an apparent mntr 
jealousy nd disappoint nu i t < tili< { * the re- 

jection of hu addresses. He f the learned counsel) would 
not attempt to reason upon the (acts, but would , 
to prove them by his witnesses; and he should lea\e it to 
the jury to <!> '- prisoner was not 

to murder, i x n :4 woman 

tome grievous bodily harm; if such was their opinion, 
ihey would find him guilty. 

Leah Warren, on being brought into the witnesa box, 
was very faiut, and could not proceed with her 
for some time. The dourt was crowded with i 
There were thrice the number '.!.>< I t at the 

trial of Corder. She stated: 1 live at Bradwell, in this 
county ; my father .s a bri> ki.._i > i : I have know n the pris- 
oner tor two years and a half; he worked with n>v father; 
he paid his addresses to me up to about three weeks before 

itlniks last; my friends advised me to ' 
his addresses, and soon afterwards 1 told him that I could 
not permit him to pay his addresses to me any longer; 
I was at aerrice at the time, and I did not nturn home 

.atillneai V. 

Jane last; i was at my fa' her'*; 1 saw the prikom r there 
sjsji laf pressed me to renew out lorn , be was 

going to Walaham, and be asked mr if 1 would go with 
him; 1 said that I had no obje. 

noon be earoe to roy father's. I had been cry ing, and he 
asked me wh*t bad been the matter with me? 1 saw 
<hat my sister and brother had been calling me to an ac 
count lor going w uli him to \\aJslmm m the n 
He said "it they have any thins; to say, why iiont they 
o me, and not to you* I would rather they would 
say it to roe, for I would rather lose v. ry dmp of blood 
in my body than see a hair of your head wronged. " lie 
also said that be would leave my father; 1 persuaded Inn 
not to do so: he said that he .'hould never be comfortable 

him 

binta about it; I told him that Iwas ^om^ 10 \\ *lbhamto 
meet my sister; he sakl that he had rather I would not 
O, for lie would rather go himself, and if ray sister and 
brother had any thing to say, they could i. - 
a young roan, named Kli Hunt, came into ' 
aakedmeitl was romg t 

was then gone forward; 1 walk 
; and one of my sisters to meet my brother and sister; 
the prisoner saw me walking with Kii Hunt, and said to 
me, "so you wi-nld come I will go forward." I 

1 lowed him, ..i.d I did not sec 

'urn till hlt pa-t .\ oVI'ick, when be came to the meet- 
ing serfiee, which was held at my father's house; my 
father was not the preacher, oor the p rsou who perform- 
ed the service; afttr the terr.cc 1 was with the pr.-. 
hall an hour; I went to my uncle's to sleep, and on going 
into the yard that evening, I saw the prisoner passing; 
he called me, and 1 went to him; he asked me w 
would jro to Bacton with him on the Tuesday night to the 
fair; 1 sakl that my sisters and brother were going on 









I should ; 
past i 

ppoint- 



any more, as h would not he agreeable to the lxn.il> 

court me, and they would be always gi> 
!imts about it; I told him that I was _ l^tia 



M .. .day, and I should have to go with them; he said, 
that notwrthstandrng 



with my brother 



irisonerhaii , ho 

iime into T ;:in- 

bc'. 
lotion was 

ueMlay c\ u uK 

"Id 
l 
about an hour s: 

nt down to Bradwrll, an. I :mn 

as 1 wa 

!iat way, an 

this was not 



tinpfs that we khon! 
In- H ith Iniu, and tn lie Ins w i'r. il n>\ ' 

I I told him n ; I \:*s nun h atl.u-li. <l to I 
told llim that 1 loVetl I,, in, .nd it Hie in.tl f,:-.; 

not be brought xb-tiii witli 

he Tery much loves m< , .nd In- aluuys di<' 

v * so uffeci staiid, and a 

chair was pm n to IK r was also in 

- \\ bat do >ou 

I s:<il t!i:il I am sure he l(-\ 
(This avowal ; 

the court in favor of the prisoner, in which the jury ac- 
joined.) 

. had a communication with die lather of 
, who was 'tnl addressed ihu 

He huid lh;.' 
young woman, the ; 

.Id he carried no lurth* r it his I 
iisenl to tl Here WHS a burst of 

applause^ 

Mr MM I thy said that the young woman had express- 
ed to her IM roily an unceasing r.H'etiion lor the .vonj.-, 
man, and he was willing to m -ration in his 

power. 

K, the counsel for the prisoni i , said that 
t tell moat gm< ili had 

ness und ! blu-wn, 

long as he I, ted, nevi r gite bcr a moment's pain, but be- 

towards her like a good husbund. 

The prisoner bowed, and I" --..t affection 

towards the e. i I. 

Mi. r. a s.ud tint the | :i.ch bad 

ice was not quite regular; but hr wastiot at all dis- 
posed to criticise the proceeding*. He dm 

the trial alter what I 
his eyes upoi th< ; 
Icssoi r liim than any man 

1 at (he oar ol justice, 
judge was not the last person to I. I, n witnes 

i tost distressing scenes imp.i >,ned in 



cused. The judge. 

ingtaki-; -licdut). It .iji; Mnough. 

. 

hirwibhtohi iii|Mitit vere of optnion 

the feelings 

. re :.ouml t. linn n. the i-h.s. I 

The friends had nrranged h ' )>< united in 

M- was no eVMlence H) prove he had 
Inn., tin jury would say 
he was n ' <l any mdividi. 

exprest liaapprobation of the ver- 

them to pnson. 

Mr. Baroo GWTOW: U-t the prisoner be discharged. 
As soon as he was set at liberty, the: g.; i i .d. "ifir 
Lord be thanked!" and he r.< i kr.scd her 

arui when they arrived m front ot the court, the 



crowd gare a U ud cheer. 



MIJX 1VJOKKLY REGISTER. 



>j . 

hr.( i 




oCr 

:. Ml Ir.lar. 

' i i 



I 

. nntviv. of men, i Hi 

... ! 






V T U*TH TI?K 






i^ <A< .".. 






ft 
*>*f*i> illilMWcal / - > orw 

S^fe^-r^^r, 

laoVUr-1 i,, l!,r polbMMM : I* & 

trad to rrd). thM work. Th profrMor u> hart 

'<? uhjcoi, or monMlul rgucnt o'" ; 
UMW with whom h doet not cotrttuottU n on: 

cc ol Ihcorr lo i.mclicc-U.c rocl 

thlof that Ol7 be com|MUVl lo - !..-> I.il macliuir wlnclt 
itic wrtr /:.' I k : II, !.<!' . 

'< Allr R liin> molit<n, Ar /bi-- hr 

.oitrio* 



li mt<UkcO TO MI) thuigt, fn 

theory to pcwatioe-thc rock tit* 
flUiolftii 






w bet her lu- 



KaM IwlM 



i . ., , ft] 

: 
in o nun 



nmtvj* 

hr .!;.. \ 

* I , 

o 1 1" r 1 1 1 * ' - ' ' * f * * ' > ^ i ' . 

!./. 



.]( 






ihc cftrtb bv MlcqUtiom on 







BO 

t the rvmotcftcM of U 

.' 
l>hcri." As AMI i MM 

. . 
. ' 







Ibr 



Atotr* miA to n. wr m 



, 





'.'' 



m Urr- tfwk Cb*- 



> copprr from ut m 

no MrfgM btr bwV or* 
tt>rrrt>S itMwril MMrrr*rr*T^0 

m mbiayt tor new. wnlt * ex 

M onh toUttry OMC oat of a 

.>..,! . %.r jo-tv ! ': * t : : M 

,,. r+H**mmif ******* 



114 



o t S . 



1 rlxi.ru tlir I'i'.lc.l >'*tfl m, 

tpokm of, ami ' 

uioo if ever n shall be 
iainmina)i said to have brr 






at highly 

i ' ii.in! lit 



M ^ >''! i- '!,'!iut !" th'- ri-sl. \ye,nud ereu 
: erred as a warning, th<- 
: ecirds of immorality or crime- art 
itai-turing districts, re^ 
ad i > tin it- p ..pvihi' ' loiH-oui im 

..nl, be- 

<hicl, cause a i ^J presentation of offensirc iliinga. 

- that while Uic 

.. \' Krfigiaud and Wales was one m every 

il amojement. * 4 1 .<\\ om.- in f>H, oi the 

i his increase 

'it- sr a- I of . improvements in 

M-ineuls loo, hav- 


ii (litx-ctly in* 






-but we meet with no case :u! 
icrs" in v 

country, at any 

cannot 

EXtreoM 
Otter 

.ants art 1 




feach have promoted the welfare of 
time. It is more Uiao 900 years 
meree between nations assumed 
regular shape, for the sake ot dis 

i temporary case of the adc 

" unless in the cxtraordina 
of tti 
;grow out 

.turns shall be the same. 
Take for a striking example, the who! 
rxcepl the cotton growing and tobacco pi is I 

how may they support a "i :i, as 

Using* are circumstanced.' but, and if their ei 
product*, espeo'ffll I v v. lumber, Ash, oil, &cc. 

were received by Britain at a moderate duty, and i 
chips and cargoes admitted as we adn istnd 

; of other nations, how v 
tod expensive establishments built upon the "re- 
system" and spplied by her to ct-cry branch of I 
tbe business ot her pe , 

A remarkable instance of the preference of theory over 
practice is found in professor Dew's lectures, page 29. | 
tie quotes Mr. Jefferson's remarks, contained in his 
rg;nu," as to MI! : - workshops to 

in Europe," but refers not to his , 
in 1791, his rrport on commerce in 1793, Ins 
to congress m 1808, 1 806 and 1808, bib 

Austin m 1 81 5 , ;, I ,- Sampson in 

1817 hi all which betakes new ground; . 

-.lonncet the opinions cxpn 
uo VirgWa, experience bavtaj; ; 
Mr. Uewbaltoc 

.riff of l8-be supposes it - A .lu.ie, 

on woollens to avenge CO per cent. II. !..,, 
into this by the "high-prcMure" ri ( . li. Cam- 

breleng and others. The ,.-... 
less by the tanff of 1828. than it a, 
N mU by the manufacturrrs, ( w ! 
woull 

. also mistaken :,* to the 
ftwoaof tbe passage of OIL bill of 1828. 
election of a prvudcnt 

Mold not have passed. > ' it was 

acorrett One, 

The professor passes very lightly over tbe "morals" 
of the people as affected by roiutieturci 
agree with btmtbat agriculturalists are tbe preferable 
e&s of persons, but If] be had seen for himself what we 
bare lately seen, fa passing through roan* large manufac- 
turing establishment i, he . onld not 1 1 
morals or happiness" of the laboring obuses WIT 
ed by them or the "march of ramd" arrested as to the 
person* employed in them. V, e are salis6ed that there 
is nt portion of tbe community, (of the same elan), 
intelligent or virtuous than those no/labor in the 
faxtorie*. The troth is, that n all, rhtf.: 
u spirit of emulation i* excited that has \\, 
M} tad each indhidual may be sakl to wrt as 



,Lk DV uu- am IVH 
U was said hy thr manuf 
was diseussedV that it ' 
have become hist' 



.and, for thv 

.iiid in iavor ot her 

iiar oon> 

it is tar short of what we would claim on be- 

in ilns respect, because of tbe 

'Is ut i he people, in con- 

seijucnce ot inatructiou i *u Mr. 

'.a colli'ction of from 100to600, or more. 

;i mg vilhige, between tbe ages of 12 

.ployed two years, is in- 

capable of r : uritm^,ina respectable 

manner' Ami \ri sucli things are. Aye, and earl/ 
regard as among the best proofs of 
society, are i nt with lac- 

l.iss, otherwise era- 
is a practic v against 
it, or the cause i:;y. We have re- 
's, nntl had much personal ob*> 
1 lee! qualified to spealt 
of them as they are. 

: conclude. Though professor Dew's work 
has the appearance ot fur i al effort 

he made against the protecting priuciu! 
-tales, we do not so esteem it. A manifest ho- 
. tin- v.hi.it- volume; but the authrfr 
to have consulted those writers whose 
opiumus formed or corresponded with his own, and he 
IIHS taller, in'o the - >ts who 

place their doctrines in opposition, as it were, to the 
universal practice of nations, ( i . icnce;, 

growing out of natural ami irremediable caiuet. 

LtoiRTT. Al the gnat entertainment 
('lay, at Uu&sellville, Kentucky, the rev. 
b gave tbe following toast: 
<;i government in every church, as it is In 
ruon. " 

strange that pcr&ous who pro- 

HI> equality with 

,late, shuulJ yield a UQV 

minion ' -K' llb ; "^ Hcuonsm mat* 

high In 

: ofestMOgsn entire Mibscnption to thu 

ill mon are created ireo 

: .1 I by their Creator with unaUen- 

.':'crty and the pursuit ot happiness 

should, uncompromising despo- 

s of religious taith :n<l pr.*ctio-. We have 

nee to any particular or sect for y 

differ among themselves as raueb as ' there b 

a pretty geueral / -inl tlie per- 

'iavc too often b cutors denying to 

o'.hers t!r vi ; v same: rights which they were willing* to 

nk even life to obtain and preserve for themselves. One 

-,ake" would 

produce a tenderness for tbe consciences ot others but 
that has not always followed in "church" affairs. 



Tan TREATT-MAKI5G ruwLii." A scries of 
ble essays uudcr this head arc now publishing in the 
nd we arc glad to see a dispo- 
sition manifested to uphold old republican principle*, 
whatever changes may take place in pru i ics. The writer 
gives a brief history of tbe cases in which this power was 
imtains that there cannot 
,rity to abro- 



"i S. 



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c'i! V ' j > : . > ., ,i.!rui (. iiii ji . v 



til 



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ji!hrr-- I ( .1 i 



,*. it r.iT 
teC of mil ll.e 



A ad. -h 



r- d 



II .T, .t 

!.. t:'.. 



- . 



MBfwUDoa bfta r- 
ticcJ the profit oa ibis JnUri M low, M 10 M 

.1 tl.r .upplT IMT 611 tborL 

MlVcTTtai 



i rw IVM, T-About two 
re elapted MM U, gU work* ikb place 

O OtPMIOOf ftftu W^ CS9 M TM ^O%0 Oi QIOS9 OVB^^ 




., : :-.-.f 

ACTDOCO at the ttore of 

. , *. 

DCK^IO 

uccpat 



d raj-.i 



lit 



,329 MiM BLLAN< 



L. Vertm k Co. have many other ai 

llorc apprn lurrmhrd with MMM! 
tome hbrra lit v of expend 

"\\r 






ncerdy glad that the mtf room it n' 
M.t w...|y., ,nl.lhe. 

tB three following paragraph!, perprtuam 



ihtB three foll 

Extract ot a Utter, January Ut, 18-27, to Uie editors of 
.r Richmond !" , 

"Tkii being the dar oin whkh (he presJdcnt'a liooie it 
thrown open to all vuiir; others, to pay 

x-ett to him; or rather, I aho 
treat to ROOM, for i 

last aes- 

tk of congress. I waa anxkxit to ace how that amount 
61 furniture could he atoved away in a single room, and 
tiriotitT wat tolly satisfied. It wai trnlv a gorgcout 
oL.u ::. ' I..,.!: ,.,.-, :, -h, , '. ;> .,,l'm:, K - 



Maaaaiihiinlli. with ptasengt-rsfro: 

diMbc^ s I.., toi, ,,;,:,!. 

firtt o 

boat was received with much enthusiasm. 



*nby 
i the 



.mal Of 

ll.-nry 
Ued by 
lo survrv sevt-ral of the most 

at IOI1S. 

e port- 
:msin rivers, includmg U 



to be perfectly agreeable to my 
/?,r'.Vv. ,;,./ Btjf*r, 



ph 



ll WSM imnediatelT known that this wh 
:-j beginning to c 

months 
' 
itaaif by tamely say tag 

lot to which .respecting 

the EMIT nooM wat forwarded to us, as it purport!, by 
f c/" ;V rnjx inteltHfent and dutin. 



n i - :r.u -i. <! Irgrapll, 

do the I t AiiKui!, story at follows: 

/(;;*' arifto- 
,.OM) in 
the prr 

An'l to stands the aflUir bctu . ; he difr- 

(larniihril member of congress, and the editor of llic 
Telegi 



COT 

\-n, ;!.:,' s 

fice, t 

(if canvas t a 



' 



,eirol- 

-oi ap- 
ttosjai 



I OI A> O. .' 

t!o. do. 2 I 1,170 do. do. 6 
<'.*. do. 3 I 183 do. i! 

912 do. <!o. 4 I 

Peraona oflering to furnish said canvass, to name their 
and to give the names and residence of their 



It is v .1 we publish the prcctd- 

faf paragraph. It prescnta a fit opportunity to correct 
mistake m our paper of the . T nl int, page l 

.,c!i: f J,GOO bolts be- 



trernthe 1st M.y, 1828,ant Ut Sept. 1829 it should 
lave been three thousand six huodi 



1822 to 

1824, be made only from four to so : bolts a 

. in-l hat graduallr and greatly 

tocreaaedi and in the last two years he &old from 2,500, 

' holla, per annum. 
Many uew ti-\timoui< iu lax or of cotton dock arc 
fp'Teo t at no 

ficing ettabli. rer, be so 

: it shall 

iii, a> v it needt muu, the pres 

i \>i,.ch hat been canu-! .s make 

ladder of ii 

. - spirited niamuuvli.rir*, uhu hate to long 

c^ntendri'. wrtt ;.: , . Ifa*, obUtl .. Efttr i. ward U,i 
their enterprizc and kill. 



-U, yt A norps nf 

I h . II. iu ,: lcu\t 

inarr MCIIM 



^ vasoii. hucli a course of ex- 
.tors, and 

nriccable to the nation Th- jm-icnt company, we 
, cnntrmplii dimj 

thence, hy land, to Chicago, where- tlicir opt-rationt are 
to comr, 



iinALS. HarrUburgi Oct. 5. Ca- 

nal navigation has been for no me tun* uninterrupted be- 

Schuyl- 

' second by ilic Union canal 

third, hy the Pennsylvania canal, from 

.r:s nnd 

lisc from Philadelphia lo Hurrisbui'g f5 and 

5, 50 at. i ..t; to 1'hila- 

:>is per liarrel: whiskey 50 ccnlt per bar- 

ice of conveyance by wagons hat been variable. 

>bl.i:i the average 

transporting nu-rc!i:ndisc; and groceries from 
isburg heretofore, has been 60 cents 

per hun rage cost of 

transporting flour from Harrishurg lo Philadelphia has 

cents per barrel. 

I'roiTi this it is \ id.-nt that the canals are advantageoas 

to the country. Salt and fish, which are articles of gene- 

ral consnmption, will be much nvucc-d in price, on ac- 

count of the reduction of the cost of carnage. The tame 

may he said of other proportion of their 

cost to the original cost ot the articles we have 

'.';r, we are told, can be 

'mrj; for $7 per ton, when the prico 

re has been from $12 to 15. nicle. 

,'onnial, speaking of the 

! Jmnch rail road," tayt Last v.-oek the ground 
improvement, and up- 

wards of one hundred and fifty men are now cn^ 
grading ;le road. It 

will consist of twotracts bid inn very substantial man- 

oad commences at Scluiylkill Haven, and cx- 

st branches 

i.ill from whence brachcs*\vill follow the 
o strrams ot the : ' Broad 

a distance, altogether, of about 17 
that the whole route will be: 
middle of next season. 
'n, a beautiful town has been laid out 
:'ioads and others, who offer lots for 
ccommotlalmjj terms. 

Distance ot the diliVrcnt rail reads completed, 
xed and contemplated, in this region, is as fol- 



DKUM inr. CANAL. 'I ic c . 
Of opening thi canal, (which i now 

-c Ihic day, the 17th < in ample 

t satisfaction at the completion of 
of pMketi, uftporU- 

', italreadr 

. arrived 
in twcntv-c 



!>on do. 

do. 
do. 

.ill do. 



10 miles. 
8 



>g an aggregate of distal Gl miles. 

-tiraate is independent of tin- numerous lateral 
roadalhat will branch off from the main tracks, through- 
out almost < i country. 

.,O30 long of 

coal, MI:' ppled rmxle of conveyance to 

I expect 



Ml 
















li.- "i..:... I *ke." ^vprr: 

t *--- , 


Jam** Kaaaklaaa, for the attic avaaae* <aa faraarr IT - 

: 



. 






CoaMvite mlltt. 



I. v 
," 




i be MKrraM the w ft rl* of more lhao//)y per cent. 



i vox in 
.cot inquiry, wr 

,rx1 Meant Eftftoe factor*-*, in aoJ abo. 

burtf.. .: . . 

/ /Mf awpjfti Thear article t art- bruufbt priftipliy 
I'iMNHhcU Mt) 

. ^Mwinfli 



aadK'ntll. k I) b- r-uu.^ij.; |,,ru 

hnrr M uant.i Iron. 

! 

The rollmg m,ll at" r.-l.t ,., i,t, n ,w. v,.! .: i. > 
chieflt nu[il ^ Jut. .at.. M....IH. it <!, ..'... 

oaa about ,OUO torn. They alto eontujne about I SOU 

tOMOl p*g metal. iOd rm|.li.j -bm.t tf ' Ml 

inert- arc nmr aaJI !ui-f >t ir , IIK .1 m^ 1 .'.! .n t .1 ..,.! \ 
Ml II tOQI ol >, 

llfcerr arc aU<. ct, -n :--... u Hfbji : ,,-t r.^, h :.. . 
tMaflogrwIahoiiiSlOhaodi \.^ M'.:c*f| p 
M^MS have been arnt ctt of the motrataai*, 
fiTetoth* orther* lake*. a^t one 
two or three yean pax, the oMtatg of MJ; 

cnillt, M wall iv ".. > L!. .. Ill '... I i ... 
of I rmaiaina, ha* bccom*- [lortant 

i of our manolacturir 

rte qoanuty of bar iron a brought to Piutbutr Irom 



VUMO\T '11- t 1! >wing itiherctulf of the sercotli 
(rial to elect a ir; 



me iiohtie.-!! opii.kou, !. :: Mr 



1'Lr j;t-i>:l. -i,. -u ... .*: ibc 



>* B4.XK oiriOKXiM. I'ttc following 
ouml !. been kelart) bjr the banks in llo- 

ton payable latt \1 ,.(..!.,> M 

MmMMUUictU/Jiirrccitt . t,,., :, ' i :,-:...,', 

,th*cton, 1 
MaaofiKturen' c Mecoan 

. 

for H.r jMcwdcm m 4 U . . 



. i ttmm '__._. t * - ll.r* ' -t '. i t r. * t .-> 't > < 

liurn -rvmi r > j i i i u ju i a i .1 u \ ti i .4 M i>- i i n . i -. . 

we*rnt-n N :k.\,,,l , Uir- BoJak J 

aay "The nreent ikaaaaatrntniaj in thit eoant*. 

\ produce match race 



i!-'t 



> '' 
. : . : 



ECUIHB 

for 3,000 dollar*, wa 
00anc,bctwrvia 
(biahonr. Hmnr, I,K(. lrr > beaio by the fora** 
er tomr y cart ago. Col. Johoaon, tke o 

ttd Of the colt, 4 :.^ n. (!.- I e. .,-,.! .,., -,;, t r : -% 

ClkeAfaeWof F*li|iV term* lo be ciUbl^hnl, to the 
ft** pnde ol the New York 



PEVK- ;rnrml rketton 

a) Mate oo I tirv \* las* >\ ire rcCW ojirjp aTMi 



Hut two o u.c cAfx 1 -'*-. lor :.r Majaj i 
on llatf t. 



W A I. TU rta^rT<r!rUM took plMt b tfjfe 



For towaor Alien Ihompwo, nv 

( ,,!. MMJ :s i>- i: - . K..- 

Suaars <V9V-| r ..m B a majontr - 

>,v . : - ' 



t . t N ,| > tl t!,. . . . .' ! 



V fraad ourua. 

.... . ..; . 

eonrentno. Amunr the naairi ve oamrn tkaar ot 

aeaau, Summer*, aad othcn veil 

... . . . . .. . .- . -. 

,,.-. Mttinud IBM Mala, 

hat been elected pnoler to the eoarrbtaja, 
>ut of B9 g.vea. 

itiffcrrm comiur*. c, ti, '.:*<. rc^;: u( tie jractar 



ionloamli ' 



.I!/. . , . V.v v. 

\Ve kuo i.ot U.e duTcret,cv af npiaioa hetveeai i.Vox- 
, vasthe eaad^ata of tfw loroKr. 

Tat rttujxr nrtJi 



tbc bav ol St. l ., dunnf me preaeM teMom 

ikiun or cker, kaa beea 

v , . .. .. ata . 

.avnaMr* 



unW acaaui John licckcr. u-.-nif of UM 



V the eoiaat; of AJ. 



I liuj ttrvcd uponhimaeopjofdM 
.u .n lua Oric ac ( I Uo 



hlUI|Uli 



commute*! u> the jail o* mtd 
aclMr^- u<lcl 

- r,g artKai aparvu to be Imlj 



oaert goal under bat caatody. coairary to the 
.ad 

nf.mng debtor* aod (eiom 
room m uw pal ol . 



, 
by tKr 



debtor* MM! trioa* tMrtkcr ai iLe um. 



.caiaod tor other aau of iinaiiiit haaaVe, 
aaHairtlly prowl to me, I do, m IIBMIBII ot tbepo*- 

,..- ;, . . . . . ., . . 

' . .- * \ . : . . 

t^. ivu- r Taaaar. 

.:. ...';: I*. 

4u> paprra eoatala a tea* ^t****** of ta 
uaartai aa4ridaae ifioa wtudi tuo rxrrvutv aetad ai 
tkaieaaD.aad they billy hear hiaa oat. TaeArsaaalav 



to the 



. : 



a . . ...... 



.7. 

J the revued gta- 



118 






next general election. N 

ly ipvrn by iU- rlerk of ibctt*. 

: 



: 

tr granird to H,c tn-ruthr, b> thr in. r..l.-.! r , M . .r - 
Tut MM, itiiw>v<; to certain offotrs elected by the pe<> 

C could not tiarr been more forcBily AMI 












i our 



A* I * LOO**. JVft-. 

/. Ctowwr/r It , 

or looms now grnerally used m Bvrope, a 
UM pattern of our iuanul.Kttm.! m :'- 
!. R e. AaMMftHtorMwoaapaw] UdoMtaff 

water power, for which they were t< 
dollars, 
to the satisfaction . 



iwly wat 



one of the company made new 

Ustmaahinr. .- ~.c cntitclj difT.ni,:, ui.irh MJC- 

deeded beyond all rxp*ctat ion. A drawing of t 1 
kee tnipfwnisjsjt found its way to M 



thr r.-t:oi-:,l pr .!.- 

looms out of use. As much as the mr< 
r*rs on the other : lauj^h 

at our machinists, they seem disposed to a> .- 

<5 often as nmy hi:. 

It n io'lceti cm ;!>( the KiiijItfJi k'nuw m:inv thm-s licit 
we do oot; bat on; 
and when they oooeeet bold o. 

jnmeelisnrm, tb, <- w,'| ni.pruvr ,, ; , ;m ,,. ... t | M . v !, ; ,v ; {11 , 
the power loom. 

Dowtrnc sn.it. We have seen 
ittf eflk maanfactured on the farm of ' 
two mica east of the h%h school in It wa 

' one of our increhauts ( > ; , for tu: 

not auK 

! respects, to the imported silk, i. d tulh 

I fbralloseful parpoaes. 
ii'mjuisite to enable those who mxi!< 
to produce an article equal in all IK 
We learn tlmt Mr. (,.ol, 11 hasaln 



Other penont m this co 

brgmntrR in turn M;c .r :m<r.tip.i '- -J.-.-sr ii'.'IU :.[>! .i>- 
tioot of the cnulbrrrv tree nd die grape vine I. a 
laaifci Mtrl in this way the younger or female ! 
Of oar fanning faaulirs may be pruiiu! 
notice the above itotaacr (Joo<l- 

hat other* may bu timuUted ly Ucir exam- 
ple. Oor'eoontry it ca|" ucnt|; almot every 
f loxury, as well a* of use; trul MUrrtion to the 
cultivation cf our own reaouroei is only r. 
der us a ii.ftepoidefit of the re* of the world h 
a we are itp; political < 





HAT.L. The October 
Review, contains a long and rather sevcr< 

ivela. The article closes with 
tfce following retru 

repeat, that we have been a. : . ill will 

'ut we app< 

r, that we hare shown lnr 
liecs, uader 

fTTor* whlcl ! not, see il 

try as it is. His work will do eonsidenble mist ! 
in Ameri^ bsM in Rn^and. It will furnish locd to die 
appetite r ietraciion, which reigns there towards this 
eoontry. It will put * word in the mouths of those who 
vilify because they hate, and lute beeaua* they fear us. 
Captain Hall is too brave for fear, and too generous for 
hate; but he has uodnignedlr play. uaods of 

those who are neit'ier. Th mattor deserves bis eon- 
sideration; and as he will probably revise his work for 
the correction of its numerous faults, in a literary point 
of view, the consequrnce of the haste in which k was 
written, we roust recommend to him, in the eaJmnaas of 



*r or TitR MAIL, A certain Irs 
lately AI " hu r . 

Mil :-t l\-4\- 

HRICK 

^ them 
to similar size. '! < iss through a 

k:tiil -^f IjnppjT into tl*'- i. 

are plai 

\nlvi-i, 

; tn admit ! 

1 !;is- l;il! witli fli, 

k wliat- 

A"WUOLB HOC." From t hi 

wi)if-s to'con, , ut pi-'; 

' liome mil 

't- wln;!e lu.p,' in 

Aid he happy to SIT tic lio^ and IIH 
.( and it' ilicy v- 

^cnts to 

hogs. ']';, 

s ofpriva:- c 



KJ;V;. 'P. 



\Vc ui 
dered M 

i is in a naval point nt M--\*. Tin- 
. srud to I'ij !< of ad- 

se keys 


tonio) v < ; r navy 

Mi a depot i 

imself, 





after-thought, to review bis whole system of thought aad 

feeling toward tliicou 

[Tbui is the famous capt. HaU, of "His liritannie 
je*y's navy," that I 



CANJI; 

' 

enter|irisio| 

::ii Canal, is about commencmg a survey of tin: 
I'rrnmcc, | r ,-n tin: Ottawa ii\cr to lajcc 

i IIP practtc;<* 

in); a CM '!iat route and also of asct 

the ext<-' " ni lake; " 

that dir< * 1*011, oi 

the royal engineers, a g. li;iod lor the 

'<mg, i* to I.' surrey, and is to be 

accompanied hj Dr. Dunlop, warden of the forests, anl 
Mr. Daird, clerk ol works. 

AID FROM FKAKCZ. Marteilles, Aug. 0. The In- 
to sai 






rfai 



Ml 



* y*^ of in r >> ? > T.* fcr ^ 

, Md I 40 MM 0V. 



Of war 

If wr 



l,o. (,.!' 



h luiWry.g.Kxl I,, k a...! || : '' 

Da llan . 

> 1-r.iiU-iaM to the iduora of 



;: ; 

Jfcrfe 



toward* a i in airy a> vhatfcyou 

. 








1 . i - - 

lam lot* 



drter Of 

. PortMgvea* oa- 



thU akr. a koraaratih mk\ to hare hem pobliahcd the Tho ojMjmfcftew 1 , toal of I. 

(MMaWaW To^ripJ^ to vhjoh MM i :,-. i . , < , - v ri ..kr, 

VMlrflia^mlri thr |.ubl-fi!,c date I liitrn.a.t. iKi >',.' I itO* - i , '. kouon 
attained. ) 1 hove *em majur Barry bat onoe aiue - u > 



1 

i, in my rrcoll, , 
oaooial aotr to a. Not a word wai iakl by me i 

faada, and thx UUfu-r 

iu acttlemrnt n.'t tl.t (}> ..i c(^. - .'. i:...-' . < \ i 

'< baek. > 
gratottou., and tlu- i. .. iM.r , ;,.;., ,.| Hal I 

Of uL at^inriiu'-t \ 
IOM of Caat to tuppon it. " 



/ ,.-.,. f. 






' 

lilt S r 

at a 







|r 



'. '. Ill 



!. 1 !. i ... 






r. Sa^a> 
alllnnea open to 

icreat. I aef lear ^ . , : : 

t, bicJi, ai Jumut u icd to ay, 1 




of KnjUnd tod IrcUnd alone, M reckoned at (MV) 

fbe aaaiber of bcarcrm, or Ujrmen, for vbor. 
oxrd for the Ut ment. 



Tbe 



,iu,l , , 
u r.T.'.r-.r.rut, , .;.,! u'. 



Ig*? you alto m 

TJe yt iaiMy of Ireland it worth p*r 

aoiuun 
Dcrtj 
Kan,.>ro 
ClOfLrr 



iJUO 

.UOU 
XX) 



Total JL5JO.OOO 

Yoor kucrtion of ih- forvfok*, iu Lope* K maj taecl 
UM evo of UMOO ai vhoar power it a to 
whkh 



dav be attcn : 



XMoW ( 30rAA/y f 11891 
1'oarta. A 



to moody an abuw 
\\'. 



out ol 




following 



ptrKlcnt of 



wrdm Davul P*rUr t 

dear U r-H, ,ourttci>UTeaoUlwn 
d^ermwrtkw >oo tew come to, to rrtr 






. V neO, by 





ji\ Imvr lo U! tkat l.r u+uAii 1 1 JMfctf, IK>: - 
4htn<taf. UM eoMl ppob,irj t> 

% 

',crcreWM7ofUtecX 

<- I)c rici^iuc r 



PiHt-viiN r&aiir. l be fotlowiaf lui heeo oaViaiI 
cotnmttolfalod to the deturtoient of atate 

/ .. -i '...-J. 
I, Antonio < .M[K rrrt d-: lu r 

i ct.iet of the refute of Hero, fcr. 
UwaUtnoc UMI tbe oatiooal trcaaary b at oaiy o*. 





1 \>'' * II. ^ NOQ I m ' '" > '. ! !i ' r: -. 

:,e proWhAory law of the 1 1th of Jane 

cf Ut i 

, . : . 

^ed, b aiapca^ed. * art hara* hoca) arv- 

. . 
(iri to unctwo the aow. 

n.'rr ul 
ahax^ed wnb the cieruuuai of thhoWrw, ahaAaaaU he 

'.....! i ; . :. 

Aatoaio Gotxtrrt de hi Faeatc. 
lerof haeMdieaoy: l^a 






.:;..: Qt* .;-. HVOI^J ur..n:J bif-ic o., ::.- 
oxtraLf of Uwr Mlh ulL Inommeaccd onBroaJ ttrot , 
anj .u-Mr-.-.l about fortr buiidu^s oiie ol wbkh vote 




tony 



m that o<r 



I 






Jl rerthct ol 1,000 dollars damages a 
York, few d*\ 
Mil compensation for o grot an an 

v .;,:--, 

' 



Simpson, (bund a Rood t 



t.ti 



I,,,:. , . . . -. . : ..,.:.! a 

lave* in into village lodiy. 

r t ,;.iu:.. V,:,M , . .-. ... . ;..:.,. ibii 

.1 London 
and I'ottK ;.v!i'. i : ; i.i..n I..L. :.: i . 

7V annual metting M 
don h.t i ' - LI ' ' ' 

, :'. : : .:i:i '. n. 

this has tlwij been I 
od t; 

atrantut; 

taken aome time ago, is now stated to be \ 
capable ot Lent? : r. his 

warranted by Air. Brou 

work at a steam engine at one half the expenst. 
bong orinnailj r 
aid to offer great vlvan'. 
auuati.m *ierr jr. 
to Ikro w water orcr t!c lughot liml 

;. Among lle prisoiit . 
at Virn- s v. 

pelted to embrace ' WMS to 

religion ol llicir anctor$. 

tin tar, 
they aaw a < 
ings si;.- 

manufactured t) a i 
aa, t 









| 



I 

.' , 11 

1 1 <; 

uks for 
-- un the 

miles..: i came 



some- 



tef ( 
9ft. ' '. 



to vXHVUO termg- 

}teat\ revenue of tirc:i :nid about one-ix- 

Ucth of onr national debt. " 
thipi. 1 









ortfc n 8,154 tons, 

- . 

vested and 7,6*26 tons coastwhc: and 3 ships, 1 
and I schooners, burthen 5,4'.' * 
ports, hh 75 veitels anil 8,i49 ions, coaitvis 
aame time. 

The 9cr*nf9ek :> . works admirably. The 



.is It) inii l: *fffc- 



fine ship Cotington, ol 580 ton?, 






of the supreme 
tpnogSeld, (Mast 
bsfsdrvrf thltart (or 

; n has made 

er patsagv bets>. 

- 
1 . /: .-. ; tl e ' il !- uoi [.-;- 



\\irk ! 



tors 



jr 

t those 

n thi: 






' 

ung empress ai 
'wj papers 



..J ami 









;tig to take i 

TAe Wettmirflffid L 








Carey, 
woman 



at 






bar v. 

>Mbon. 

1y 1*4 Urg 



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, .bout to be 




tc. It v% too, httoi 
Under UMW cirouuuui 

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., Ul Ibl I V^ 

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V< ... til ; i. 






the 
rollte 



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l>wl Ji 

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'!;,.- 

i fow to 

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en 

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tod 1 MM ::..:, 
00,000.] n, 



fit .-- 



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n . 



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US 



ladelpfcJB, would probably be : 

Loodoa BndgelMk rrrcnilr bent rebuilt at an 
of about 400 .OUO p 
900,000 roonr expended m the purelwM- r.i 

lettering 

r.fiariniue.ir ., , .. , , , . 



! i 

Tlie grncr. 

ro$rM nd drlrfaU In the MtrfBbJjr, look place OB 

MootUv hit lie following are the return* M 

Cooau* d..ui,lr -Itirvt, OOOIpOMd rl lUiminr. 
rhy.,KJro,.n<, //,, t //,,,,,'.* r , 4.:v .'. ,-n,,n- 

. Harney,(l..' 

Dnirkt rt H.rloni, . -Georft E. 

Micf.ril. H.-ut : 1. f.c.ll IJ4, K-..I 4ul- 2,531, 

'J.Cecil 7 1'J. 
J5 8^51. 
Dirtnet of \ I :,-,,; l' (,,--,i V 

.T. Stmnu-v \ , . i''.i Amu- Arunilrl UK 

Prinee Gcorgv't 743 

Iftemt, Atm|>ol . , 

i 



nn's 4"J 

lalbot 

iJ'Jl, ,-r-i!i-lrd; f'.lcr. >\ ; tS (i- 

, >81 ,Alleghain 40O-:i,'J9i 









i/hn* 666, ./ 



oM.ftSO, ltro<,kh;t 1,57'.' 



7/M/Cfc- 

1 mjf 857, 

tlcattlc 
"war/ 845 . 






0, A .tfcirfj, 

, 7/nr- 



A I It L 

aad 

; . wkint, Couj;h ami 






^^W 

Ixreilt Krr 

-l 

eriek ./. 

1,3121, A!|c 

1,51 



:md on- ".I:.. 



urns: bul it is stat- 
tcG have been elected, 



Mary 1 *-- Clement 
Doncj, re- .ui oj>jxi 

IJuiil S.910; John 
'. 
12.8),Joli'i. SturgcsSy- 



jlimorrr ouot Hainan 1,948, Ely 9,110, 

Tomer '.',04... .lo!,^ ,:, ! ,K,r . , i, u , -,: . M,- t'r.c/- 1 ,.i.vJ, 
Holnn-j l.C^J, WoflMMtM 'I" ' 'i-Kft ., \ ( , .. : 

.W 150, Jamet . 

rd Mr. /Ar 1,148, Moores 1U98, Hof* 1,074, 
&tffM 1,041- n 1,009, 

i 67. 

,IWM 1.U09, 
CftMrl fVwn*/u/76, PH. 



The following table shows the probable complfxiuu c 
the house of delegntes, as returned by :l 
! tion in this state: 

Jackson. 

1 

1 

Q 

4 
4 

4 



793. Hops 



Charles 
Calvert 

Prince Cir-orges 
Anne Arundei 
tolii 
merv 

:.gton 

;rd 

Ann 
Tulbot 
Caroline 
Dorchester 
:set 



.0*born4*4, Hynon4. 

..463, 

4*26. Seren \otes wt-n: cotiteiled in thu < 
nod Mr. Wallit, has U-en retuttiL-d to Ue seat b\ the 
jodfes when Uiey aatemblcd togtrt! 

Hoolfomen Mr. llardn*. 982, GiiUnga 846, \\.ii- 
- 

, Denny 529, 

Hcnrur 590 clee! rns 58*), // 57 

f/nS* 

Caroline Mr liurchenal G5U, AV<w W7, 
591, Crov/orJ 58O el- \\ ilton 55U, Uoug- 

UM 514, Thaale}, 53^' 



on58o. i I>ow D 43J, 

454, C. \Vrihl528, Srg.r 4 

CalTett Mr. Hrck- . 832, Smith ^ -. Ilut^rrford 
764, Turner 70-V, H.ll i-' I'.v > ! . >:ntth 674. No 
Jackson" opposition. 



4 

40 



1 
.. Allegheny which it is said will be 

.UP., tliou;; 1 

not being counted for 
,M<HI (I "jnnr. " 

' mbers 11 Jackson, 4 
a- correct, the rotr in joint bal- 
let, will stand thus, 

Jackton. 

,ate 1 1 

I!--; 



The namea in ilatic are the regular" 

candidates, "onlcss otherwi mentioned. 



/Vwm iJTcrftool papcri of t fie IQth vlt. 

GREAT B> 

Noiwithttainl lit; tin: had vrcalLt-r v Inch threatened 

, -t.ri W ||i ! he urice of wheat 

was tallit.g iu 'all the tnai ill be cheap 

and abundant. I- curious and int- 









lafcVMBatMgc !..'lhc I 1 . SlMr.. ,! .-.-!. I" 



t/* *. a t . 

...t .. rreftJrtlf | 
,cfcaol.lM*he 




far n*otrii U 

" MtUirt nS 

frajjll * o * n- 

(Nrva on the haewef . acr- .; iraa* 

i 



r\l MmMnWr vjatw InaATif til ilfti! V 

TW nm of ruiM* UUurct hi the vooiloa trad*. M 
r, gnaxer i,. ... -i nral ijarillii <iit 
The *ltW ft <(' 

HMHML Tho dirtroM OMd AM WTC 
. tittStr nmm**rm, 80 
lOOctMh. 

M. 4e ChMMabriMMl kM ml Mt retkiuuioo u. d.c 
) bw promptly MMptWT H Ud r- 
* pmnrte iidteatii to uplak b motive* hM 

1:1 IKJ iKtT. 

Tbc rcj.ort ol K.ulr l..i,- iA. i. place bcCucrr, i|,r 
CootOuUtooiJc, M sot confirmed. Gen. 
ill lullwgat ' 







!!,,* ,!.r!U, S . h.t -i-^.M,,,! H I;.. . 

been MM* UarTaaacd in their rear, and on the 7th Aug. 
the grand mier made deep-rate aortic upon the Ha- 

*! I -. I U 



from U 



ip<nn K . * n 
10 rrlrrmt U) 



1 uriii.pt. 
a od pul UM: .l,.i,.:i.U 1 l,u!r \\ JUrhM , , k^r .l ., 



fet 

llicrr hale prubabilrtT 



in the 

kMte C Ihr irratr i 
<lit 3<Vl(!."iili-l iliUrn-i.it i " 

lio, MM! *c think <h*t !l wtiieli can be hoped for at pre- 
Cat Ma proTUMmal an.u.tr-(u rtft-rt wl,.| 

10 Ihr 



ttead qvartera, but vrre afterward* detained. The MI!- 

ii wnt .o.l ia makmf 



crery efbft to rane new levin, but with only partial MM- 
MM. A recent firman calli on the wbole populaOon of 

the CnKl to nutcL Pi; a nl .! r-,v i -il'.ji'i 

Mandard of the prophet OMjejrod,but m inch an irr--r- 



lo be apread- 




Mofflmf the Proawo m*mtr 

doo the Kncliah .mhataado, , . 

apaeh on brmg (-rr^n-r,! ; - - ,.,lt,n. 

a noble and nighty nrtncr. eomainionctl I 
Mrtant afair at the aublim poi 



: . me than 
roe to cnior the I 






"I have rec?.vctl t iprct* orders trom the kmjf, rot 
Maw, to aswre your Mhliraiiy that it n h rinaaint 
rHhtoTMmtmiD aaxf to r- 



.pyjiMigtuyonjr M 

K^ajbnvf .d Fraoee hat* farMjoat 
d oooriera nm oae*. 
armtaa; aa4 depancic. 



CxMotaataviiMe d*te of Aa^MI 

;of : 



the town. It M aaid thai 
t,UUO balla -crc ihniuu into *. and <U4 gtMi daioafri 



/ ., ' , . 

o.vrd lore-rn-u^k.-l- . , . , . ' , 



Un the 6Ui ol Augua% a Raaaaw atcam tr*.l ap- 

H-^i.d t in.- enjfMMi ai MI i;- kSM ; < . Mat 

I v.., -- , 



lor a i on mli able tune, it MIMI away 
havag ftred ta ol lU guiu agjunu UM oaatiea. 
The grai. , armed at 

Geraanf di hit dutUKr. it M broadly 



n 
FrankJon MI reality an 

tUUnf UaM bt M grveoKrait 

by hi. I; r4-,'K ,1 A<1 caiM-^< . 




( dH i.U*i 
* MM MtH 



of 
I4le of ttnMJkMni, ( t 

ll 11 1 I ,< t !( fr >\ t?i- I .I.:-! r - - BMMMJl ' ' " 

he rrptOMMl of noM* PmMlaHi SabanYiaa 

Ser the above ama prepared, *lambyani 

at BotUM from Saajm*. IMA M eiprem arrived at Saay r- 

M^AOMCOMMVUMBII MM! 1 n, FMCMl U 5aV 

tultan had ddermioed to aooiply h ih- 

'l.r feh Jull ; .,1 (he i, ... t.inr rt[.rr k vf tit 

,t Capo tftatro* ahould not main at the bea*i 
of the governmebt. Me tahed that the noMBM- 
Uoo of a nrmce ahoold r 
and that theae po^crt would cuamotee the aAfcty a/hn 

riiiinroln.rii t,r ,r lt un..m. ,,| I,,, M MMM. 



The preiideot armed .1 Argoa on the OU of Jly. 
abotei* thcdepyneatotho4di lonayin had 

amred by the liih. and on UM Ud the 



opened, beoeoa*J C.po d Um. made a Ion; ^eea4. 
. and UM MaUe of the Mores arc rva ij br 



of PBlratandUtttctalfe. 

Tho rWrrMf Cozrtw / Orowv of UM lath .loir 
wunt.iMMlerUMrhend -aa>p near llMbea, { ' 

,1 :-, ....... eoa: Ml t.;.rk ir J I -.rk.il, troo; 

>.ie on the . r TorHi arr 

' i . i i 

aWMVjaTVJ "a? MVVW %** MaW fT|f*Vj ^VfCtl HMi V/VHMMaMKVI^ MvV 



!..' H IDMW : 

The London Conner of Sept. 1 a aontajn a loog om- 

cl account ol the dr<eai of the \I^H < TMn, 
we gare a UtteaiMt a oorlaoL The MM of 
the Mfiirhirt n aad lo harr hem from %tt> (o I/A> 
ol whom 3M were taken maiMli i The lli< 



gOMii of thedeaaa* of Me MMtMnMereev, M* 
lira ulna frvalM hh bad aokrd lor the eaaort of an 
EoflMh rnmn a. .ar. Irocn PwtMaMtfl M MMt to the 



- .- ---- 
. , 




S24 




By a decree of ii 

look MM i i on ( Oporto we drclar 

considrrrd ^ eslinet 

dow o( Don of 

i 

td her lutM-nd b nnrd oo it 

o4 AUK.I.I 
The London paper* Kar pnl.l .. iiniiion 

i- 

MOO 01 oondnrtinf h-r back t 

tocMMr 10 be M -odn.il* 
*hM4>ht I. .I'n.i , u...-: ; 
tar Irt.n, al...r,,!,.,. i,:; .1,- . 
hk amperial najnty persists i 
to protect her. an.'" never to 
oanrper.'' The declaration 
ote Imprratnx, it Portsmouth 



crown." 

s..\vth:.l 



naltrr 
to t-rins * 
on board 11 

ust -.'. 



OntkfJMoint . v J. 

FauM in N.) 8KVTIKKL. 

This plant- has a length of 6K* aud a i 
the angle of inclmaum is consequently about 4^ degrees. 
Tbe boats to be passed u. oduced 

intoa credit 

TtrUcfcl aroo rods from the Ira. 
The ear is supported by 4 cast iron > 
djaoet. . umfereneet ot 

rails w tilth tuttuin and direct the c 
Therein, two mil trucks, 01 in utlur word* u>r 
diaunetand {> is which extend trom the 

nvmoiit 

each track, and they at . the one rh the 

Other, by means ol a strong iron cl.uui pasting around an 
iron tin :. at ihe head ol llie plnne. 1 he length 

am it tuc! the loot ol the 

plane, the other is at us tuuju. 

around which ihe chain passes, is placed horizontal!*, 
and hat a di:.i perpendicular distance 

bet wet i lines ol each u-u 

the drum is a transverse horizontal abaft, extending out 
on one side ol the plane, and supporting, at its < 
tremity, a wa-- 

shalt is connected .tervcu- 

tJOO ol a double set ot ttig-tthcel, o proportioned as to 
enable it to act upon the drum at a g: ;cM ad- 

vantage, Tbe water wheel, which itthchrsi mover, is 
propelled b* the v . 

nal on the uppvr le>el, and motion . caled to 

tbecnrs m tith- 1 .',:.,' '* gear- 

ing agreeably to the means provided in the double set ol 
\> herls above mentioned. The cars on approaching the 
foot oi the plane, : i ualerol 

the canal at that ex r boats which they 

contain are easily discharged, and those v 
to convey upwards, are as easil 

Atihehcauofihcplane,theyarcma<i k cham- 

bers of a suitable kize, which being tilled from the canal 
the boats are ena ;>ast ofl, 

ilh tli<- utn.ost f....il \ I 
I from the lock-chambers, as well as that Inch 
panel off from the water-wheel, it conveyed along a 
raceway, tunned on one side of, and parallel with the 
Four walls of masonry, ol 
[ thickness, ' \u ml thr 
constitute a permanent support 
are turn. j*mr 

Umbers of p*k ot a tuiubic &iv ' LAC he 3 

to their upper surtif . I he iMilsare competed of bars 
ot cast irou, about * j icet in length, 3^ or 4 inches m 
breadth, and about 1^ mches mean thickness, and are 
connected with each other by half lap joint*, * 
the umbers on which they irtt by iron spikes. The. 
i.pper ends ot the lock chambers are closed in the usual 
manner, by double nulled sUll'd gates, but the lover 
ends have but one gate, each running square across, with 
a horizontal axis, and when open, are made to lie flat 
down tn a reeets formed m the bottom of the chamber. 



plane, mio the loei 

feet high and 2$ 
length Of the plane, and cou^ 
for tnc rails. These walls i 



genera. 



i us, we beli 



:d. atn'; 

ote who have 
r a railway DO 



!h<- 



it. 



in hoth w. 
id, that bj 
lines wli 

ri'iutr modrs nt tin,, 

porting 

>t is al- 
ways taken to obtain rock tuunrtaimn lor siu-h ert'ctions, 

over a valley, lis 'length 

one hundred ano nme, at horiziutul litr.-. \viitioutaiiy 
.... tars tor support, excepting it short 
i ml which 
reduces the actual hearing to so 

> an arch of wood ; tins ol >i? rests 

Ltom, which has no othei 
7 to^; 

princi- 
pal pit I t>.X IM 

' icr withiiU'. llir ,i:,jiiiancr ot a glD 

and lall I Ii- I the bridge 

-. not very >"arancc 

from tliMi Kppropnate to a common uildmg, 

ng not greater ihnn would ap- 
pear to be necessary lor securing so extensive a fabric by 
exterior > in tins li;_ super** 

structure dwells the ioibiljlt , s speak- 

inuhservable arch or arche i ily be- 

lieve will preserve i 
against swaggr 

ever coii. I -'H'U|II pre- 

.ting on 
:,Oi '"(! with 

great ingenuity so contrived as most effectually lo up- 
hold the same. 

A lew da* lat i.'illuck- 

.sc- tolumn, a ^. : 

< nl watt . ;e and could M mg like 

even a tremulous ; 
passing ' 

same to view KB i 
mmg uligl. 

.pness thereof, mid the whleh it 

.,i-.e. I : stone 

Ner the 

rail rosd was elevei ri >, to which 

wdl be added iiars tor the roof 

and weatherhrjardmg. hix we' !ge was 

ready for use, '> ^H at I" m the 

rough, and m nve weeks of labor six < raplet~ 

ed the .loball thif 1 hive from the HPM authr- 



R 17, 18f9-R.J \EYI8 \ (ZRREN. It5 



Sot.,- ,h rt - ; , , t :>.r . if.t 



% t I i* ^ r % lit' '..'*<- i .... * i ** j * t ' . -i < ., i '.. 

Cd OM M i,i%.- , MM* laylil 

. 

* UM omlcr toor 

and bora'*)' I ><k *' i.tt i'rc ii. I iu- "n ' t ' 

the r.ik li-.it. l.n- ll.r *i f . *. . f ,...1 , ' . '.r 

'a* be no motm to bwo . bridn. *. 

cr,.i...c ih.i .!,,',.'. .,., , Mn>M '!'-> lMa4 

1*11*1*0. The tonWi>wH to budd tha 

Ihnt .t '..i-i u.i .1 

at tb* apoti an acre or two of land oontajpmia thereto 
rnajbt bo obtained, a aomJoiUUt trwemet,- 

Ijr ooM be employed 10 nertoroj Uii* <lut* t a aioaar 



iiry ar hhly aynrnpibn 



rr wki* MM! n 






,,. l,r UM-I! H rr*( 



tti* 



lUrrr |. . t ^t. ! i 



fi'.i'ti^ il'tli t . t " **: *; 

UOfW reh from two to 






. 

! ! thb been in port bridging, a atroet 
or atreeta migbt bare paiaed tbrreundrr. 1 

at we brhold o*er Carrnll 9 branch, wni one or 

,**. ^. . Mu2rrs ,^ 

i!.-. - Mboa aaatar pkae of 
nd wrrr the fund* adequate, auc 
.en oorreoUy located, would be admnawjet 

ouot to more than what Ua been or can br 
I xng' including rt ttooe 



The a|. | ondertUnd, hat obumed a 
ocreuv ,-f Imt.lcn.,. 



KT& 



Gas. 



UM mgifM>u n 



uah bnt at length been complete J by 
ator, II now odered tolhe 

,..-, ^^..^rdtodotheaajnrworkataatemen- 

- 
t<Xhcr rrcniniHcu.J^tu.n, a?bJallb| llwM BBpOTtM M 

loa tftttrria of public . 

H, to a gr^ml **rlj ..| purp..^,, - U it .1 ..I C ^ l 

\i rr,- H^afi i I r-.*,,,;,!.-, HnArt|M tbl aw> I b> 

; ihr.-c :i tu) J ,iut.M wfu-rr it c BMM L- , rr:- '. kWl 



any qnanuiy O ( 

the I,Ut part ol iu- larj;rt bud,!...^.. llu- N -u. ,n !l... 
roMrgrnc) ma be obu.nr.l In-u, tl.c j. j,-i b ti,^ atTMt, 

ad the engine put mio u Uafcw tceondt. 

On caoala ao<l m donk yarda, where ;!,- power u only 
warned for a abort period at a time, 
gtor, wbkh aonaumea a largo qomt ;iroeur- 

tns the Hc.ro, the gat aMtarMua to ttlber wholly at tvtt 

^agaaomcter. which 
the p*^wrr .1 ft -... t- pM K,-r -Jt.mi:^ h.-, H Sm, 



r ,ua particularly qualified for working te, but the 

iwAMwu^coo^otagofooke I py raI%a)nnjM % ran 

ly where rerj h^h 

are required, the annual taring. . revpeett both 
he tun coottmcuod and the fuel cootuaed, beeome* 



.,. 

la cotl mines ike brk T **** h now wgrK 



' ' . - ' .' '.' .... " . 

>WM a*d -M tfManmTfar.W* tr fnw 




|iar <rf ll.c Mfr tn.rt w<*iid. .4* ft* 

MM we(gn now Uaaa) 4O, aaw aao lanjpny 

rc*lr, ,. ,^.. M .i -i.ir ..l.f.uc* UaM 




f 10 O 



gaa, ( whUh b tW boat far working dae >wgia , an 
rk M angwit ol JO horae mm mm twwltw 

U S^o72kt $ ^n4iw ld 
MgnlkM 



for a fifty horar power. 

MR. JAMVIS AMD MR. OiMMi 

\\ rr 1 tu i-fjnlr the mnu-nc*- ol it.u 
effort, made to deatroy < I ahoold ftnd 
to congratulate myaelf on ** tnima, aad to 
with a renewed ardor, thoae eseruona that b 
buted to kt reputation. 

My agency in detnonatratmf the 
Mean. Adnmtand Clay, the eiten 
T paper, and (be which waa 



J 14 O 




by a cordon of 
to reduce the preat luclf to the 




17 



for the purpoae of 
rflhc 

c meant "of peraetenaf 



, ' ^ * -C 

,- kMBlli Mit i.... fc -.,l!,c,..trot 



-.. .-;:... . J r, :! ,..u -j. M *M 

f f*r . i c.i* . , , t |'K^*iiW" J i' IjrU^, *lf I laj 




the be,t 

own ndt aatcment. ho ioat ta>t of the 

Iw doty, and a buown djaappoinlmmt. fortai 

i :lir MvaEiLbttwiJ ',/ S 



-The followmf ancodou 
rtiaan prU, illoatialai the troth of ihai 
wat aaid tut at Mr. Clay waa retnmnw aome, am 
hit friend* c*t to t bto.amJfcu^ Kw^amx 

T-.'! '.::. '.*' : -" 



r i 



ML -oi KII c. 



was the prop, 

'noon that my support ol the election 

.lacks-., had 



and 
i 

rgard of r- 

Journal * openly denouncing me 
er>, ami u 

hJI (he appossuaeota of ilie ex- !..l.-ii 

rnal wrrr ^ 

for the purpose of deoMMMrstmg tl 
the confidence or patron*^ ol 

tin- Rimr- fiuti . fa i,- ! '. t I .!..p. i,u -I tin- paiiona,;r 

of the ^Tirnsmni to others, and could not obt 

I should not now have noticed this opemtio 
ui!\cro wen it not uttiwulrU connected \uh the 
ol 1 this address. I har been assail 



nn of UM prt-ndenl, mod denounced as un worth' 
^Sifrnsi 1 bs*e beeo char}:- rolling other 



and they have been denounced for cop; 
tins, because whilst the prx-itvB in oppotkkMi cop; 
each other the OMMtBagrant ntfflkMivelttMki upnn th> 
preMdent and hi friend*, they eek, by iliis uri 
age in, Ui pn-reDt the circuUtion of u rr|>l>. 
hM unplanied in brutes a generous s*nipMli> tm ilu u 

'i iisrll in lip- 
fence ot eaeh other, i! ^saiUntsis. bj 

I those who 
concur with mem opiuioi.. 

:.r.tcttr il. .! Iroiu cojiyiog such de- 

J(.MC' .> I iiia> i.i\ Lt- Tf ^ uil. 

: I IMS Mr. Jartis asserted, and '!< ro<lition 

;-i pa-. ;>.<'' : >!- cli if^f, il. : I !i:nl I* :.st<-,I ;,. .1 I UMS- Un- 

| 

loiuituit- 
.n poli- 



*gmto he says. 

> .! mo- 

which acknowledges some other 
U4blv than T otft. Norway hi !.-,m: nuu-jlity ..mlm-d 

our imrchan's' ,i , i . -m ! ^"emmeti* 

ii was as tollos: rh<-e merchants wero 
1 urns, a 

i)U.(KX). 

,,. ..i,d thus 
My reply to 
word, and that was H u i 

1 M-vis has over reach ! hunstili. 
lie estimates i. 

riKiii ihn-l or piukp' > 

r-lup, I pi i 
n partici[ant in a splcndu; 

ID do justice to our <r >\v, what re- 

liance ii to he pl.*ci-l in ihr ass '.Ir. Jarvis, if 






Mi. \ 

to procure the allow 

each of us might p 
. giveti if 



i t-ssrs nt the part) 
r o-ive 

shi.id.l l.i.t 

1 what ahoul. 
at ion. 






nxl I** 
iJiMt I i-r arr ^;;ti 



it shall appeH 



;;s made to 



him, I had litentlly lo kick him out of rny c 

as desirous to continue a partnership with one 
ot whom he had so bad -u, I had a con- 

d unh him on the bubji-ct o the I 
lions, is tnic, but that I made an) propos'ti m to liiin, 
uch MS he sUtts, is false. 1 n 

., <;l ilitsi- cluiins I .mslrr, I said 

. i^euce It is ,i< opin- 

ion that Mi. \'dlek- was , 

unprtnciuled, :md that the cnlv cliuncc winch llie meT* 
chants ol this counlrv ever w -uld h < n :tn in- 



. upon 

our people depends. 
Ms ex- 



I'Min lor their losses, would he to jjite a dou- 
!,ih intlnence Mr. Jams, 
<rv came set to work 

nch could he made out of such a 

figures, 

wiinesM-d the ivslless avidity with wl, 
makes his calculation*, alone can form :u.\ idea of his 

I flll beyond this, 
bis fruitful inn^iiiation. Mr. 
. nds that lie considered i; at the lime a propnsi- 
'\ and the .Icurnal, owned in ;:irt by Dr. 
. us, i xrlaiius: 

. thai uhiic Duff (irecn was the organ of 

.1 cor- 

, _ I ruption ag; \ ir- 

.' [>olitical com' 
ng I.TI d m an 
c a foreign i 

, , nt of 

government, he proposed to 

/jin the api 
. 

.:nd give 
1 i-.-nch lum. 

state as a '*';. ai his government 

*." 






deem auch aseociai 



on ol names a 



' 



s, "them 
I abould 
.y own, 



is tiui tin's < > was at 

. !np. II n \rs such as he 

i i dissolve 

the part- 

.1 man capable of > < proposition 

.idcrs so 
;>pom.iils been in my sit< 



33 would be a similar assoc; 

thief or a pick p /" Green, c: 

deed too low, too degraded, to dci 

who 



MM . 



Doctor 



1 k; 

rede- 

: stance 
1 have 

I many private and 
nts arc at liberty to 

ese, and they will be found strictly in accordance 

vcd through 

the public. 

associates are welcome to 



all the advanlag-ci - vcd from the misrepre- 



c 

: 



; mjn 

"A lew < 



'' ll u. 



M *% (MM 

| i ... 



01 h.,.* 



| ^ 



TIM bee*. 



ft 

y tnewla, Mr. 



mlabuw 



.t 






I MM . I-* U 10 

.<! )-u' pr 



, rfcf . lien ,> < - It 

I id . ..-! . ::'.. 



: : ::'^ 

e. 4 * 1 bo 

UMIA rc^u*. 

.lOMtwav 



IIIIJ.I IU 



;. :,- it > r 



Mmfro.au ,,,l " 

"that 

id to (Mire Uian iwt 



ropilaile and whose pro v 

;.CT:(T I Uborol to i",n, ..,.!,. lir -.. ., ..(..-. I by I at -- 
iota armriee bieb vrold eacnflce lira NiBiry a>d cm 
bJiSwtU tor prase. iNdrwi, m h extreme dt-.ipr to m- 
Jw me, Ufeded by h 
|am (mi In lejn 

1^:1 thiih.- -Aon !, : <. r/i:utU.< r . .'..', 

cm tlat alUiovfb ibal peArooaxe dkl oot 

MM) ibat aliheu^S the conlntrl a 

H pNMMM . (>r j, 1 ;:,-, - - 

too4tt*e 



We add the ollowo^, at>d alull tbcrevKii cooctodc 

ipearaa)er. 
Jr^reMr/ <Ar 7. &oteeu* 

lau rspoeaUMM be em. 
I bwl to kick linn out oT aiy company . - In el 

. I 
tMdtlM meaamf ol th*- word l.icrai.r. a MH ieB 

..;....' .-,.. . 

.. f I r , %( : ( * > . I _ 

, . .., . ,,. II. IM rta lotJ) UK- la. 



wbb I lr 

.odapoltnxm. Iskeil*.* 
'MvUvewopMrtMaayolMaolieHM lus meUuuonu, 
luekMC. tf pershMioc be Ut ao* . 1 1^ pwbUe are rr- 

. ' 

ml tbirr are oataisioai wbea mrw rr unidmbc j>- 



Oct. 5, 18t9. 



_ my appoioloirtit n pr 

iae u, Mrtitrr. aad ha deeU- 
iicodcd to leave U*to* at an rate. 
to* bye* 

the admits that the 

sn rrtwid, and th*. he - to rrc'ire about 



100. 

! \ . . , -. :,.ii>. 

Al XM br n *YirtiBMTTi. adrxiimMa dcMVl* 

know h.-iWr I .mtd lick hm I K- , vlc 

u- ol b. micuded VIM. 

1 kaov ooua:b ol b4 ^. 

-roa; all ob>t*f rt U Uie , 6 i 

-- g>. ____ * --- . ./ WaA al^a^Mtfat a^ % a^k_ 

, 

iuaj eatc die cr^ajm o f 



certain MIT dc*rc U kick, be 
bvjourvey. There ere *cmc 

--/.- ' : . 



US NILES' REGISTEl: i. \i * n. I IT. IN AMKUICA, 



Frvm the Columbia ( X. (' 



Trlftcvf*. 
ll/A Sep. 18 

toa^n.Irm^.hnmghwnom.Mr. John >i-.,,.1. ...... 

juror, 



Crr, default 

,.- 






s, who hold it immoral 
to the law an certain partwoUrs. At 
M.nes, and in gen- 

Mai 






the, rt-fu-- to wi , 

taking the oath of 
. are in other rrtneeta etemplary iittsBTM, 

Uai l i- '< i'<" - 

fy Ihat rr.prrt-bk I, -d ..I rhrnMan. (h.,t (hit lm.- ,, 
r%bt 10 complain of the severity of the law, 
thrrr ran be no oftass afainat God and his r. ! 
fhlslam tt nearty and prompt obedience, whilst they 






< -.;>( i-t Mud attach- 



yMtfmg 





7/i/j, ISthAug. 

MTPBA* RIM: I hare received your letter enclosing 
the petition of J oho Sprawl, prarrojt remission ot (he 
fiM tepoaed for his refusal to serve on a jury , I; 
ious scruples. Hi who enjoys the pr ' 
Ttwi matt obey them. It would he a convenient 
tfcnt hard times which would teach as a moral truth that 
man ought not to par his taxes. 

The limitation of religious freedom by our constitution, 
cents to be entirely in conformity with the principles 
laid by the great founder of Christianity, "render to ( V- 
sar the thing* that are Cxsar's, 

are God's," As it is (he -very sovereigns in 

protect it* ow n, the law must decide what 

are the rights of the terrestrial sovereign, and leave the 
court ol heaven hereafter to sustain n s r 

As the petitioner would expect his fellow-citizens 
to act as jury men were his temporal rights ii^ 
think it nothing hut fair he should pay the fine as a tri- 
bute to the law for the preservation both of his rights of 
property aad right ot conscience. 

Yours, with great regard, 

N I). Mil 



LAI RICA. 

/Wwi the .V. Y. American. 
8Mb is the title of the journal which M. Lerasseur, 
who accompanied the guest of the nation as his private 
arereiary, dunn* his triumphant progress through these 
United States, has just published. It is comprised in 
two large 8 vo. volumes * , n pm.trd, and, so far as we 
look over it, spiritedly writ: 
(or the late period of their publica- 



tion, by saying, that the relation in which he stood to the 
general while here. >r two year* 

(am to Prance, ami that while he thus formed a part of 
the general's .ought it would be most delicate 

towards him, not to put forth from under his roof, as it 
vere, a work, of which lie of course, was the chief object 
aad interest. Under such circumstances, the language 
ctco of faithful and naked truth, might have been mis- 
taken for studied eulogy and commanded 



When ho wtver, hit services were no longer rr. 
L ( range, tad be entered upon a new careri 

own, he immctli 
made at the MI.-- an.l 



correcting nto notes 
lor the moat part, day by day, or 
rather, n,rht by nsjhl, for their hours of day-ty 




Of these volumes we 
ly, at present we translate one or twg passages in the bat 
chapter of the second volume, which happened 
our eye. The first records the risK made by th< 
a], accompanied by Mr. Adam*, then bee 

t retired from the chair of atafe to 
his fair ral Lalayct 

narrator, "was daily making prvptr. 
to Europe but before leavinr the oil ot 
was anxious to revisit aome of his old friends in 
ia, and especially, be desired to sec him who, as chief 



;utt, according!) west;. 
h.ll - Vaih- 

,.*ge, 

..! on. 1 i 

At 

tull 

..-hind ui 
' 
a Shilling short!' and unm .therer came 

running up with tin- mom-% in lui hir 
ke arose. ! hi- ; 

1 finding that 
the roan was right, put his hai.it nut j. .;. :\-.- 

the Mmo il saymp "All t -II gates 

guebt ol tin nation." , huw- 

-scrved that, on thisoci was not 

(r-xvelhni: ofTn 

..s un individual, and :< li 

.. Iniu ii" dtli- to 'l'ht- 

reasoning s(nck the t.,ll- i ok the 

,!,.! witlidicw. V'/ii.'. iluntig the -whole course 
of fiu travels in th< i < lf! once 

only subject to the c wa precitc- 

ly on the occasion tohtm he VHI* 

magistrate of the nation, a cirr ;n any 

other country, v*1dd probably hare insured htm lfiprtv+ 
ilefeof exemj' 

We do not know how this simple narrative may strike 
, llords a mo: ..(ration 

of the s. i I'sulting fr< 

i elaborate argunv 

In another part offi- sanu- chapter, we tiud, in the 

shape of a note, the reply of Itolivar to (he kltcr which 

. ssed to hi'm, in traiismittinj,', in the name 

^'ton, a portrait and gold 

medal. \Vc are not aware that this reply has before 
;blished,and therefore trans) 

Jjma, 10. I S26. 

>r the first .n-actcr 

y the hand of tho beuefacior ol (I 

ho has |U6l 
handed me 

It is with inexpressible pleasure t! ! Irom 

(he public papers, Ife M ^oOMiirm (u ID 

i i re from M" 

ness of Washington, and one ni 
glory, are, it is sakl , 

r new world. How li 
my heart attaches to > of es- 

teem so glorious tor \n< I i. 

hopesfor \V aslnngton, from 
the handaof Lafayette, is the most sublime ticompcnse 

sire. 

Washington was the courageous protector of social re- 
form, and you, nr, jou an cham- 
S who sen'' ' OM h;nd ; 
old world wuh tl. ' could 
W worthy '. ) <>" 
deign to overw! .n i-, in pro- 
it I otter to 

jou with every man 

owes t" 

.V ration, yoarreapeetfti] 

BOLTVAB. 






IU:<;ISTI;R 



o i ... |fj ... 






noftba 

nite, M |'m 



.r Jc<l l UK- Ittc I,., 






JU.uui. prr. ' U,r l,.r 



.tr, uadrrul lhru.uj.,1.1' -,.,.1 ,,|.r .-I I 1 .,- r, I r . - 



nUu.rr.jH-:'. 



r u iw 4 ,oi lant. and, we 
, a. loth* reault of UM cov 
aad Turk*. Adrianople. - 
that MUT.>undB it, !..., .. ll .'.rn.lU,! to !h- 

txi tb Hl^ak. ^a baa mrttedl ka valaa. MM! vieMao IM 

\mt tuttitlut to lho*c who he MHAav I'tc iic'ic.f 

c-n;,in- oflbr Mu%wlm*nt, .rducrd to t,f- ^in-J,. 






but - 



I BOlbfaM it. thr w.t U iH^in.t t!.... , i 
rimer nlthr Hnt.th .:,-! T, rlK'U 



: tit.' , '. 



ia UK- trraflio, WM he iu.^.t 

at St. PetrrthW or on hit way "iCj^o 

,"lbe points 



baa for a century aim, 

tlwwt a manifest doaifn to poai 

ittack tea, aa veil aa to command its entrane. Some of 

terteaot pronoeet bonier on that aea. , 

utwoi u ,11 .,|,cr hrr r, ., ..- , it.<! >: ., 



., 
Burope: aod,/ Aeb molv 



etK,a. 9tedbM4MM '-" .'^' 

ii. 1 i 

noa ana r ranee may ewev me i 

i 






c 

.*5 

i., hrr rirtariei k> 
part of whom have tub- 



rtjurii/ / f V ^rop/r, (be crMtrr part of bo 
to the domioivn ofihr i 

OQO who Cannot Ml VOntM 01 an\ i !i tri^i- - I :.\*\: r . 

tW kmt, iudl, luif tog bo Metl wiuTfcr mora diwr. 

tMUbHi the bow..trmr. A.,.!. : ! .:.--> i, , .:,.,:!. 



And. 



I 




nihrlr 

... r,f-j. 

.r,.! ; 



pattioto. 



S:-.t .. -I. ,( 
M 









i . n . 

se: 



u,,,, ,.< 







K.- , - .''. : , 6 . 

. 
UrmBriiMia^rraMe 



/v.'*. ;. ... |aja| 

i.... ... :..:.- 



/^wr ( - bjla;iaf hoA OttCteeV 
. may beal oal mr afttiaa* oa tbjt 
Tie SwatU h Eorope 




-' .-,... . , , , - ' ,. u . .->- 

ol thorn, wdl to ilBfjlfKil fa4aotf. * te 

. 



tr,^ !' 3 i l.- MMfi tl I ! ; . h v.. 
oTeontiromiM-, or M a Mcrct ally of BaiM, lotaMo k*V 



AHOTHKK t oLr at a%r. Ooe 




low 

v. 1 .. 



.... -.'. ... . /:, .-:.. MMfl . :. ..! bl - 

rhwp^ MwrwMlyirai -(reo U. 
ar aa he cannot avoid n. But gnc ham a pkatild 
0-and be wiU oana the bamd Ibat M km. Tto 



l-..;.- , not the ton, .1.. uM f ,r.u a 
The unieom" it well 
r . iclf. 



of h M 



COMXUCK AXO x AVIOATIOX. Tbe Xew York 
Ui iptias ttmdc of t be Uated Staica h 



ntnaihy. Afc* TOT vtt plaaaft afcrt. 

htitl thai of Knulaod. By tba rwporU ojada la j car to 

tfa Brt ;,.; M it *i !-.-.,: btaai . i-i Hrj. 



: ,.!,,..:.. ! w . 



I! ''a. !, 



ol fo 
porttu 



MM M ,MI. DM 

w. ItiiWellkaowa Ibat a 



fO. 



OBMIS o/ib* bncraaw dwna*; UM IMC iwo or tbn 
we do aot prHoad to drtermiac. Tfca ftct of 



.-, Mfjk| t :!,- tofj mj lAlati rftl ! .ir. - 
fiixJ tbat the q<utity of Ameriraa Maaagi wUb - 

a k. * it. I * - ^^J ^*A^^ tfflhM A*^M !_ -- 

, . : , t . , | : . : . I ' . . f . ^ . . . , , - j \r-4- 

. ' ,1 

^aW ^Mk W^t ^^^a^aT ^iH^W ^a^a^pa^aWf; ^a^Hmv^aW wVfTvKal ^B 

it,aoi. InllUtbc whole amat of 8rW 

- ^- ^^ Bk^J - * OBBa^ 

_....',-. . r , ( : . - . . V * 

LMMH t M, Mi ,t Mpaan Ibal .- . ;.pc 



F,r .t. M 
' 



M t:., 




ULL \.NKOTJS. 



onitaolM! 
of fcuroi* 



ma 



lui'rr*..! i ! .1 !... 



'it ' ',)!- 



> ! . ; - 

r .. m n! ; it the 



l ' '' \ 






r is 1 1 s 






l,. y 



ri if,, stilus i-vih H iih 
,. By appa 



we* can 



t 11 



Uuit UK po til too Mai 

but rruinblhi ar 



med 



crumbling argument to support a still more 



.' w 



i oBl before aa, w< 

;.. Y.d hr '.-.... wUlbrinRn .,11 

,..i. I,.. h , m H., r .,,:, :i lu l Hi.,: 

thousand persons 

much foreign hemp as . 
men in the raitu^; thirty siu 



p-.rt-tiu 



yj <>l the raw 
(hau I 



ce. II ic of facts 1 

to tell us th 



n>, em- 
y fiUeeu 

K us as 

ihc use 
s. Tin, 

tcse. can 



ragement of manufactures is injurious to o . 
lUit we can iro farther than l! 



degree cf prosper 

-u as large as that 

J she h i all ;i;<ns of 

tjcin^ bOtDc- 

1) , as to rwvi- 

:.t we hate no ripht to 

our ban </; t!it n.v i;;,t. ; ;n c.t 

-mighty England, who* 

Irr ihai ..ast, a 

urer," a lit- 

mmeroe wasalraon an- 

.olliof at the wharves.*' 

tounagc is locreaaiog, IIOWCTI r 

(at ion Appears, notwithstanding 

H commerce 

, bow can H 

.UlM <' Utiff li.-.s :;i.uc-i] CL iii- 



iih an excel lent article on this subject in 
..t. which we 

subjo.n. The plain naked truth if, that the tariff has 
cMeoded the commerce of the country, CTCII as 
agn trade, because of incrcafced transportations of ma- 
terials ami supplies, to say uothuigoftlic mighty increase 
of the rscuciiig trade, incidental to the establishi 



. as we have often shewn br figures that 
Lbe mistaken, tf people would only look at them. 1 

/ >wn the Manufactv 
We hear a great deal of the destruction of com- 
merce by the operation of the tariff, but have never 
yet been so fortunate as to meet wrth the individual 
who could maintain the assertion by (acts. The advo- 
cates of the theory point to the commerce ol this city, 
and inform us that its increase has not kept pace with its 
early promise; that the profits of those engaged in it bear 
no proportion to w hat they were formerly, and tl. 
can be no cause for this change but the tariff. The first 
part of this assertion we will admit. The trade of Bos- 
t.ot now what it once was; but it is incumbent 
upon those who charge this state of things to the tariff, 
to poi:.- t manner such a result has been pro- 

duced. N\ u might rest upon a denoJ, and call upon 
prove their anertionsto COUTI 



A causes can be assent 1 1 fur il, i: ,! t - 
;ailjttular blanches of trad^, which would 
-, i if Uic- ur IT had never 
existed. I'h i.utut of ilu 

to all, im'l it is unneces&urr tli. 

In the mean time, we advise thosx- *hu 
no cause but ti.c tmiTtor the- Hucliutions of commerce, 
to bi: CMI-IC OS !nw tliL-v tAiui',1- il.t.r i^tioiancc. Tlu: 
field of arguu. ifllu-y would 

escape deservctl i-.Jicule. ! 

wont be silent. 1 Tl,. . 

they dare not say, that the deleat of Napoleon at Water- 
loo", iu 1814, and the general pacific. 
followed, was the effect < 



i-H LxroBTs for the year ending January 
To ' >,00 

Italy 

Netherlands 3,ouo,uoo 

>a 1,800,000 

,(XiO 
United States 8,200,000 

DELAWARE AKD HUDSOV CAHAL. Regular 1 
packets are now running on this canal from Kingston tu 
Honesdale, where the canal and rail road n. 

>edin the transportation of coal tor 
York market. So the system goes on. 



i MORE Asrn Onto RAIL HOAD. 

c following gentlemen were clcitcd directors oi 

the Ualtiroorc and Ohio rail road company fur the ensu- 

SarScToU,ofCarroUton, William Lorman, 

t-r, :.<c, 

Philip E. Thomas, Isaac \KKnn, 

Alexander Drown, 

">. Morris, Macauley. 

meeting of the board, P. . T/u a t aq. was 
unanimously re-elected president. 

UALTIXME ATO SUSQ.UEHAJJSAK BJUL BOAD. Oh 
Monday last, is the following gentlemen were elected di- 
rectorsof the rail road company: 
(A-on,- Winchester, James Howard, 






[ ajMM* OM 1001 | ** n*V Urn* to 

MtproMamt *> of aaofri m : and Ant I 
Uitb UaTWrofiniiaHini ik* <*./ k 

i ne >lr>Mxel rajoiomt ! 70-1 

' 'I - - . , r . ..^c tej ItlMcll 

good to t) noton. Yon wnl naw. W 

- - . ... . .- . . 






I hate Ik* boaor lo be, your mo* aaeditat 




41 tftat place from 
i oad under contra* U*n* 



tU road 











: an earljr < 

IMC* number of pervooa vcr presrnt on the 

' 






OCCa>u M. .1 : l! ... .. ! '... . . 





Stipl, fmilj drrv il, wirt 

btrjir* nnMrd that place, a MtKinal ai.. 

t- ^ i .-'.- a-. i IH f : , ' \\ ..I . ' ,. 

it.tcn'. canal line, on 



Then- mpj--r .'.- 



. 






,Trpondriw, t, 

o,.i it,,.' 1 ! tltr 'lip. . t T. . ! I'. rjf...| | .".;...; ..;. : ('.. 






LBMT. lbcl'.tUckt(R.I.) 

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, P " "' "" ' i 

;. i M ,,k,'.:r . w -. I r rrcr 

WM hMti aa JMiMg fall k JIM M 

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i. : . , . . 



UMt the HltrrrM uf tW 

VMh 



,,.-..,.:.. 

: : . : ;; : ;; ^ :,-. . 



4coTcrj . l..cl, but bnwfta 
^lywkw). 

[W.mlfht write alonfMtMc oo tkb. Tbe L 

of 



ibtr ! 
I ,. I ,,x - 

*tc. lu. were M*Ppc4 oahr tte u 

YoA ml Pkwnyl 
inru wouM be M KMe in UMOI (pr 






< : . f( .,.--, ..,. 

eurnr, ul t>o, wt4, coltoa, 
ahr tte uottih* rvrrvJ otlbv 



l!.rjrr*m 



... ,.:, 



up by idle boyu 



i Mj^^H 






ntrifabl 

..ch TUU bare 
-Nliope, i 

k oottpletkxx. Tbej Imvo ajooJOmMj moH4 MM 
rrirocc, n<l to 



Uon. 



Mll ; i i i - . : ^ -- 










*utd ietrclpr 



UtkJplia: 

-It mar br well to inform you Uiat knd ort mw brrti 
uu% city, atid 6n ac!t' i au M to be rf- 



.uMpcr Ib 






I : ... \i .:.;...,,..-. . H '..^-t. 

MH! ben aoM her. lor < Mnapnr H. 

W htTiM 









" ' ', '- 



. i. 


CtllU ti. 

ol ooncreoi, to procure tUc lejmt of a Uuir on UM ort 
lien importrd. OlhrrvM.UMprk. 



. 

fof :. 

tMtpote ith rott in UM! crl< 

' 






uanothrr wondrrfnl r. mlt proilnecd by 






of 



.v I 



nr eom- 



.of lead eoMJox no nnxv tfcoa S) emit 
would it hat* Won to t not lor (ho 
AMI aObnlrd t> 

. are evaded. Tbr people of the w -tt new a 
nif Af to the protaatinn vbkit vac intended to be ghn 
!,[,,, '...,:-.-, .., 



vnflvr, btoanar of tucli vrccobnu * *bi | 
tbal ore a! 



A;,.I bnfcMa, .1 



i ux of tcnni-r w,t. to ihe 

anTM ' ' x * . N... -'''.' t.i ."'' 



REGISTER-OCTOBER 44, U*9-MI80EKLANFOI 8. 



Vtmojrr. The following aw t 

<;. a I- :- K -ie-n.<v Md I- -:t,-nant p.' 






Ioflheelee- 
u-rnor of tin* H..<c. 
ti-Jarkson- 1 - 
M**) 7,546 



Lieut, gor. 

LfMftl 



MMta 



19.7 i" 



Tlie Icnslature ia in arnvon, and we have a 

-or ( rait!' speech. Il,.plm,pn,ctu-.l:.n.l ^-iis.hlr- 

y * * j . a\. _ *| -MAMAmMAMMflMMY MnUPMnW 

rnrourapiM,; to pv l *.>rkv M IW^MBnl 

rerance m good prmeiplct. We shall probably Intert it 

XBW Jwmr. The ^N7wark Sentinel" give, tlu 
fettowhw Mthe reanlt of the late eleetton foroou 
Mate), and aaarmbly to this state 




10 



5 13 

IT verses the state of 
ticket being "Jack- 
icil "Jacksou," and 4 
'Jackson 

ws, and a neglect to attend the polls, nrc 
as the reasons of this change hi the political 
character ol the legislature. 



sew Brunswick "Times, 1 
II in Cumberland the whole 
M^-MnV 109 S--IM a:< ' 



ati;and33 






!as been elecud gorcrn- 
haps of 25,000 votes. \\ 



or by a large majority } v > ,v-v .^.^ ..- 

returns, by counties, when rect 
anev the force of the anti-ma*oittc feeling, atid especi- 
ally among the German population, Mr. Kitncr having 
nitihlif heavy majoritiea in Lancaster, Un. . 
Geone Kremer was a candidate for assembly it. 
bnllS out by a large majority. Meatra. Wii kins, Pat- 
(enon. Craft and Attkrew, have been elected to the 
tcfialainre from Alleghany, the three first, ( 
Lyneh), are thoae to whom a letter was addressed, on 
behalf of certain manufacturers of Pituburg on the 6th 
July last, which, with their reply, was inserted m the 
Rceiarau of the 25th of that mouth. The election in 
thai county has excited unusual interest. It seems that 
two of the members chosen are anti- administration, as 
well aa ihe eommiatawr. 

Tfce -fcderaliata w having aoeeeeded in r 
ll suggested that the mayor, and many of the officers ap- 
pointed by that magistral^, will be removed. 

The returns lor governor, so br as received, shew 
4&&S8 for Mr. Won 1 , and 24.959 for Mr. Kitner. 

At a joint meeting of the select and common councils 
.adelphia. Benjamin W. Richards, (who had rtc- 
U< rind in the mayoralty on the resignation of Mr. Dal- 
las, appoint..! U. h. attorney), was remoT 

I 

mel" say of Mr. Kichardt, "that the sin 
which can sed his removal wa an honest arrarhmnn to 
the democrat ie party, and to the hero of New Orleans. 

us hear no ra 

ex- 



GROBOIA. The latest returns that we have give 

23,878 votes I . Mr. Craw. 

ortl, for guvernon and 17,561 << i Mr. l.nmur, and 

2,1 12 for Mr. Charlion as representative in congress, 

o supply the plaee of Mr. Gflmer, elected at the regular 

leetion, but who resigned his scat, irt May last, Ix-causc 

u-coinpliancr with a law of the time, (that he 

. which required that ho should 

<>f his acceptance of the appo 

made by the proplr, and about r was a good 

deal of discussion in the papers. There are some |>liti- 
eal feelings to thi-sr elections, that we do not understand, 
which have caused a great deal of warmth. 

ALABAMA. Mr. Lcwt has been elected a rcpreaen- 

atue m congress from this state, in place of Mr. Owen, 

at Mi.hik-. I'm Mr. Lewis 4,440, 

Mr. Oliver 3,361, Mr. Armstrong 2,9.13. The return, 

however, is not complete. 



TllE 601 TH SEA EXPKOITIO.T. The brig 

he flag vessel ot this expedition, dropped doi 
, and will 



have been elected to congress 

Messrs. Ingharaar, 
iheregu 

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CAROLINA. A census of the white population 
of the state has recently been taken, and shows 
vaae of only 5| per cent, tmoe 1820. 

l:i IVJ 

itoo 

Gainin9years 

t of the stale shevri an iucrcasc of 
only 43 white persons in the time stated the district at 
- having decreaaed about 2,000. 



the 



ower bay yesterday, anu will proceed to sea 

1 hus, afti-r ihrec years of perseverance and indiu- 
rv, Mr. l{ ynolds finds himself upon the oc 
search of the undiscovered islands of the south. In ad- 
niportance of this expedition, 
national {n. What- 

's may be (1 Reynolds and hit 

enterprising associates, will become tf v propfrty ot the 
.Inited States." The stores of science will he increased 
iy the pnKlucts ot far distant islands, as yet unknown 
;.ud curiosity, may, perchance, be 
I with something new. 

\\ > \ ; ? (! UK- . /nowon on Thursdaf. She is a fine 

vessel, and a % cry fast sniler. Sh- M furnished wKb an 

ustruments necessary for 

such an expedition. She has a stout ami hurdy crw, an 
\p. ^ MM f:ipt...u, :tn<! fu-st TAtc (((Ficer*. After the 
MMfaJ "'/.!-', '.t (he < xpnlitmn shull have been ac- 
iplishrd, Mr. K< (ids to sail round tl 

:id push through the first opening that he finds. 
. > to him. 

!I. is accompanied by doctor Eights, of Albany, 
a gentleman of talents and scientific accomplishments. 

[A: Y. Enquirer 



Pun AiJEtvaiA ia steadily improving and extending. 
it is a place of great wealth", avl has a vast capital and 
many thousand persons, eroplojed in manufactures. The 
an commerce of this city, compared with that of 
York, is a small matter; yet, perhaps, the annual pro- 
fits of its lesser population exceeds the real profits of the 
people of New York. At present, we suppose that 
he business of selling goods, in ouv 
commercial cities, for the direct supply of the in 

mestie productions. The back thops of Phila- 

delphia are far more interesting to her, than her ranges 

. on the Delaware. The neat paving done in 

, in the present aeaaon, will amount to ahou: 

75,000 square yards or between four and fn-c miles of 

streets, paved 00 feet wide; and it should be recollected 

that the city proper hardly contains one halt of the 

whole number of peraons who live in what is really 

iphia. From some personal obscr\ation, we 

suppose that t!,, iM,]>rrivements, for the last 10 



inch doubt th . We hould suppose that they 
would belong \<> Mr. !<noHs *nd : us associates-- if (Us- 
covtry can five a tit ' I' .. -rprise, ami 

we are not at all willing that (he United States should 

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liaiTtaa; r* 

- I fu 
Mala 



iMMjpMmJftN 

otthc 



Uauoo American frsjale, of 96 goat, 
rtb, anchored mat acjit at Cowet, m 

trotted with MOW IfrliaVas/r 
-.11 proaard Irom Covoa to 






of Ijumk. arrne.1 u. the P*c,. lf , . I ,> r- 




had two 



OMrrfcrof tbt I4tb 

by American papers to the 16th, Out the 
loithr L,,,tedM.' .,. /.:./. -..! . ,. 

attacks ol aii apopletM t.. 

f -I 'I t I If I la\ I I I I * 1 I 

.1 hf ,W,,l.u,t 'cupp*'/ "'ll' >',',, '"j 



feltttj 



with bin tw?S akbtat aodbi* 

. iMin> if (in* occa,a,.u,! MOj 
.nJ,,rmc,,uilU !. .. ; . : , ,.| .!- 



pf i ssdaaay, they would aot be prepared with a 
toill btoptoee, am/ tke mpremt ACTVOBITI 

i^cWI, slsew. . pnrfm3 koowled|e of our coo- 
strtuiK>i,' Hut KoclMhmcn eannut co.upnl, ! ifa hat, 
that a prr%*!rr,t .l ihe I nrtc<! Ma^ri ru*y !,.,.', . , 

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itai be I... M,,,',. H 
i hat t,., more lr K tl el-.- 

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I. . .. .- .. 

f%Aaa*a* 1 1 aaML**MaVv- 

' . * 

aam tare far >~ rtgfca.d Ac 



. 

Ua*toeumeialso*aam tare far >~ rtgfca.d Ac 

S, , , ..-.. . : . M 

A JBTjlM SLS^"X ** yion,of 

iMIMaV PMMoffa VMM MM feMmt OMttMJV ** 



mac tbayeartitl. dor** wb*b time oW rWbaadal 



fibf Hi tu.l. i: . 
If Oft) *l 

, ,.!:,- .. M * ("* ' i 
ii very ai*k r,t , MM! tt 




d H itprobabls Use troops of tbe etar are m | a mi ilia 

of Constantinople. Adnaoople, tbe aaroad e*y e/ Ibe 

iyopeords gates to gro.DafoHaio.oa taw 

.-....: - .U.. :!... 

-.QUO mem, of who. on I- 
tebTad^jmrtU lookup bis ejaar> 




to be 



prut^tK.M. 

VM obMTTTCd. MMl lU Tutt .p 

vuii thru new utitt ri. The 

oT in vmrtout dirrctioM. kk a 



ho krpc up a ramtor inuMMJMtirn ni* 
the array under fru. Hoth. Th icrt d*Jy <Aui*- 

,:,- HfMM -. --I :.- : '.- , I - *, " IfaM 




Jinaai 



N NEWi. 



OB&AT aainiM AMD laxiaxo. 

of the barreat eootwae favorable. A large 
quant*? of torrfcn gram bad bom > 
aoderlock. Tbo aeaooat of 1 
to Portocal has proved to be a fabrication. The 



proved to be a (abricotioo. l 
i uromonrd tt.e editor* of tbe Morning 
x.foralibef 

'I he ft igate CooateHotioo. captain Wadtworth. w hid. 


.ioistcrs to Parts and Ixmdoo, 
MC on the I3lh September. 



Anonf the 



M to the 



am m regard to the rictor t .HIS adraaoes ol tbe Ho swans, 
Ibrre to one wbkb stv 



EceUnil 
s ti 



v. 



dedarbw wmr afainM the cxar, and M oalj waiUa to 

imjnJ tlr inirntioiit ol Auitro. ir..1 K- ajMKd . : - - 



ear fnxn Prvwe. Tbe duke of \N ri!ii, K t.-:,, it va Mud 
bad bald aaahrtam vitb tbe nrkMhal eapilaJuti f 01 




m tbe woollen trade, who bare 
to at least tweaty , and tbosr debu 



A moat bitter contest is still 

biab there ha* been atdlt*maf thane* s. ft >s 

accused of K-UII sec iS . ihi intnr: ( ,| i: , K : 4: . ! H .! 
Aastrta, nd .,i mMfilMmg ao> ^ . tb^Tpmn 

m a war agaisMl RuaSM. should the : 
to abandon tbe varagaW. n tbr Mbmiseioo of 

, Lolasene to bis grand daughter, near Lyons, 
AM caaWhim sice^aaarwj t.. 



f, was 



ftgttrW to 

'tbocewho 



of tbe 
of 



totbat nade iiibeJai'ed States. TW old 
to Paris oo tbe Ifcb September. It 



douo, be waa to attempt the . 

It was supposed that this would ha fery easy, aa tbt 

! fleet was shot op * tbe port of B JitiL 

Hodosto waa captorcd by goo. Rotb on the 23d of Aa- 

giut, and a great quantity ol inovaioaa oad moojuoas of 

Mrtoood C , >, hi :..> te lamToJ aoml ol g* 

commerce of the tea of Marmora, not far diaiaotfrom 

a Europe, to wluab there 

is a good road along tbe coast. Tirbwmd bad . 
leu into the bands of the Kussaot, to wham 



found immense booty. 

the Mfce of Tokat in the befiamg of Aogx. 

sharp contest took place bene^ti. the walls ol Cboumla, 

on the 18th of tbe same mootb 

llic place were taken by gen. 

hafe pursued last.itory furtl.er.l^d 

ami ..!. *-!=! II.M bal ! r at md 

Knra i>w> ii I hi (+m Jt^^a anttld BBMtfi. TbaS 

W i'CrC I I*C Plltl r*HJlvU\*I t t-^4i. 

.Kj, led to aa 



Ift^fJal 

18th of tbe same immih, * wbiab tbe ootworkaoi 
ca. Krawowsky, who wild 

pai I MoT 



1 ... ,;. . . ... : \. ; I 

M>U 10 ..- left bank of tl 
lor Hi lor tbe 



iog that Turk b cavalry had a ppearrd near TounMo), 
smt a detachment of b* 



tbe left bank, bmh waa done 
NUin ol th- Tto^kl MM kit**, 




i.ut i.Hic boil .> 
tf gt, 

llnr Turks 
fhe 



vv:::. / ;. ' "- :, 



1S4 
apoaed upon them There i 



u ':.,-, n . M 
" .*' f , , , . 



' 

The Milan at 
about ourtimr it, and HM 
laffUhad already depart* 

: 

transmitted orders to th< 
hmu* tn t! 

'ii., i< t. ; 



-i-on Muff'" 


' 



i, has 



K" '. ' ! 

j -t! . 



ian wtio uwnmt 



las had A ; 

iiisli ainbn 
. In lli.s intt-nn-w, tl: 

!i-t, for tJr*i 






of tlic 



c nanv -* of 

Akalttvk. Viinu, 



"It i* too I 



m\vt a gn?at 

issued 

discover' < 

. 'his ex- 


tl elect- 

cause of the 
Iron billiard table* *re cominp; into esc in England, an<I 

1, a valuable new9paper, hat been 


tors. 

niter was brought bef'. 

' 

soner 

d oov d"IUr am] costs. 
law . 

evails in IJ.iliiin'in-, on weapons of (his ort. 

lli' publir. 



The Austrian Olsrrv : 
the coticltM.'.n of* 

f-ranU 10 Austr 
Ike tmioo, the wue righit whh nalio 

; .ins; ha; been an 

pinmj fit-r 





rotTi 


ttoftl>r 

ra wa. 


Porlueupic m tlir attn 
part of the snit' 


Uibon, an-' 


rtedrSOtn.n k.ll, .! *i,.l drou. 


550 wounded ami 


n-r statemetit r 


aarst 


landed wrrt ' 


except one office 


, lo fcaj-vd hjr 


was r 




She '. 


balls, i 


' 


' v7 shot ! ( 


told. Tw 


e frij^tn Ira-. 


tIly dism> 





i'.mpo 



/ us; that WE a. 

..>:ih Tor the purpose 
|t a sap; 

:: \ still ngcs among the 






Ur a*4trrv 

tbat of hoae p 



.. BOY 

- :' 







\ I'l KV8YI \ \\l\ UK Ml 

Oft. 10, Il. 



lot mi 

of Ihr 



whieb tin 
are extracted, wa 

.1 werkt ago, with 



a expectation UiM be would oblige the writer to far at 

,oe in that journal, it rrrw out of . prt- 

VMM* comJUuK-ti >n mwm Ual Uv ti INHtid ;'' 'I c 'fj- 

' 



Oti, in th, ".\il -eir." '1'tic riliti.r, It r, r, 

hat not thought proper to avtutge me w tth 
hH >t wcm. t,, K,.r rtl, SLfcMd 



Mi*ii. Il it Trry po- 

lmlf ! t>< IN' .A: F*B> 



,, MfMIB >' tt.r 

f tfce edJton a4 aa I ba^w DO 



ol the trade. 

to be beard, j ou 



t; 



' vu 2 "i - 

<!) c .nli-r a U< r 

of the Free Trade Ail- 



^ vBP WlC OVMIV Of 

itrmK 1 I'rrtty rll ttiroogli wilU 

mr f bat M MHKr M po%tble, lev more obterrMiaat. 

conomy MM) 



.. v t. i 4 



. .-. ! ; i* 

wiae, or *J/ r i to atl 

prrhrnd it woul.l 

an 

at well u 



jmmt u..i w.^ii .: u 

i..r. ' II i .:. t^ 

r awaajh " 
ctme.aaaofiuoaii 



,t ,> hi 

' HI 
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: \ u; 

* (.; ! . 

n rrpjj 

(n s CM 

H .,-. !. 



itdawtive of my own nouwa of political eeonoim ; and Uv 
taen contm* mytrlf with mufmj:. rathrr tlin ^IMH.^. OH ; 
that diAoalt attd ntereatmf fobject. omrafitlwl 

my detipi to annoy you with a protraetrd correspon* | wt 
ikant. lot i much, howcrrr, at you bare the cmltt off Ml 
irting "lh' 

dwiobm.) Ibalftafaredllmttke 



of the sout'i, rrcn in il.- 



,M, -,:,!;., !S - :: 
rora, eertm j tanporl Uie 

ajati, enber nonh or tooth. I wsi vr ir's 

in*** -ion-. and 
It bad ncrrr otcorrfd to me that ou-.rt 

VMMMin* ^K d^bk4HM> in !>. li itm 
rrci^T-. rjr n< i i. ;n i u x .i.'i, j i |i ^- i ., . ^ 

V I & I I "* -.- . 



nrnraibr/ be 



inin to 





, . 



> be the *rtf ifian. 
M the Aral 

!,! f. '\ ! r ir. 



to aay, with th*-r brt m- 
lavor the policy of avail 
upon ov MIT, aim*, t, tt/ l .i!> .-> \, ,j i ...! 

ol irrnrm^ n';r ;.u' . .>! fii!rr> :n! < ..',. 
couht [mrduae the aane blrwing* at a 



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ion: Bat. M |cawnJ avl 

>twal amh 
bat a jmtkJaot da r ttioa 

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i -:R OCTOI.I :^9 BRITISH MANUFACTURES 



*n of their ammuni 
' ',? " /" to *'>r 






il rJMl Cl <; t. . I I ^/ W VMV VWaVUI *>* 

fire apunat t!e beaicgen. My redoond more 

lr*ntge oTtho eaamirf, under such circnm* 



ajajttet, than any little ff^/tf which asjeh M *r^v uw 

ne.ht :.(":.:-' t- iht fOtnmMsd.nt; o!!ir- . Th- , I|OW 

ever, are matters on whirh rcaajasfaf* may well be sup- 
poard 10 entertain dsflcront irotiroenti; and I inerch 
ibrow otit these avggestions by the wat. 

A Camer*.* r.' ->a." 

BRITISH MANUFACTURES. 
There is a great deal of sound acnse and . 
(oath in the following letter, which we copy from the 
>w York Journal of Commerce. 

Trade Advocate," and sever 
id, a- 

condition ot some 
:.-rtern states. 



have donbtless been made, 

.... ,' ,, v ; ',.MliuMnv,.hr.-n. 
cr will be; paid. ' .\ ves comp, 

embarrassments 



i r,-. M 



amount have taken place, and. 
maftT,not more than "two and six 
wWererbepaid." Ti 
isjawifaommi are the result of the diffien 
BHatsb m ruining theroselvr 
*w fellow ehrem. T\tr\ r nccentiff ha 

, increasing upon 
alao atknalateil by the hone n> 
ein market A 
time, and t) 

nddnlr^mpr^rn.'^'.^. 1 - ;'', V ,, 
/oaer, and the wages of the people. 
ure been reduced roon 



have hn; 

i an im- 



ng tht- 

.'i:i- -I 






Hgtke* with a tujffincii 
tttf.tlMiifh laboring 14 or 1 f> hours a 
* so iroall that, compelled to seek 

i -i |M!'\ .,,;.! ., 1. -:> 



desnair, and refn> ^11. IM 1.1;- 






There is a stoppios; |H 

i a itrnenllT cnteruiined 

-n Britain murt r 

>TMHfn with other tuitions, and ee 
lMasasMl market 
1>, of ercry trading people 



Thit is not limey's l 

aaamrat of twry mnny millions. T4po English houses 
m the wwrilea trade, fcn THJO.OOU pr,n 

say 2,00,000 dolbrs.-and, it is stated , 
nben. will not |nr more than -J pound, 

olaoy others bare, in lii ' ilft]K- 

'.'.- until l,k- COnc . \^ !,-n n,is game r> 
/- labor xn'.l m , t r rth i Fair r ward. ' 
following little paragraph speaks volumes on 



JHtaaritro I M9 ManaCartoreiare beginning to thrive 
! varioos parts of the kinjctlom, at.d rnd m.- 
f that F! 

Abort 80,000 cotton .pinnrrt and wearer, are in 

B *" ' "'' ' ' ' ' \ .,1,.! 

' * : ; ; -I l..i. . .. ; ,.' s in ii,, 

"'' ' ,.'-.,. ., -,,. 

hoo: rf Lfcge, i ...,.,,,..,.. .:: v , 

hands are c mploA 

iV,i 7 SSTeMk- 
' T En(lialimn, on ,- 

a C nn<l , r legion of honor, Liege then being a 

i .r' rf |,.s , n ., 

It is thns, or becomm*; thus, ertn n here in Europe, 

.unlcJlalrlT 

exchanged, has compelled th- 
wrphu nrodocts at home, bt n w employs^ 
resent, p-rhapv the market 



ieee, m* I eminence gamed from various causes, has been support- 

'is sacriflces- 

there must be an - M lii.ui> on million; 

worth of Briiith goods have be<: < onsfor 

dual cost of them, :md, in many instances, 
: - that ought to have been paid upon 
sU', or lor some oth- 

yet we tertty believe that if our manufacturers can Witts- 

i-casaf 

ly t a few months n 
ccnae; m 
brandies. The wages for British workmen can 

machinery IB e,ual to anj, m tho 
world. ost olmano- 

: a yard of - 

States is not Rreat' ; r. though the 

sracea paid in the latter are lower, there an 
ami rates to press upon employers and proprietor*. 
rcnoe in taxes alone h 

^tati-s and ' !, of it- 

.-r; and 

rli fflVct, in anv regular state of thin^v ff 
re it at hand plain and 
ni.d teas as 

her own "domain. *' In all that related to navigation and 
commerce, she wos supposetl n. ! %he 

seemed to Uuve no rir;il. But what v, 'tin t. T \\ ( 
encounv- ! mir navigation until it T 

' .' ' 

iiaviga- 

.nid she accept. 

'!ini,;li llntish vessels r 1 nr ports from 

M. m th- same terms as our 
' ommeree between us and 

corned on in American ships, built by Aroeritail 
|.:mJ;, and navigutc'i (,, American sexmen, subsisted 
'on Am-rican provisions. I hi* cor. -ws the 

I AmTic:,i. 

:t btismcfts, or a .;:<< ol enier- 

, prise and fkiil Britain has more and moit 

id it is --en that the ' 

vi Hit us. in ;t t ur trnl ot Htrcn^h manual labor against 

M in respect to 

man) import. <nt n\-<- MI because the cor, 

t cannot last. ! tion has not been fa. 

i eceptacle of refuse goods, or such as miut be 
Id, to raise money, as is well explained it 

v, we enow that, in rc*\ manu- 

t coarse coitons, we have ex i > Bri- 

< ; and quality-, and nothing is wanted 
stfddintn in our own market to brinp most other 
iscoane cotton goods, to the minimum 
i-kfov 
t cecnritti \\ . n attords to I 

fir water or steam 
looms, us well as our ships, arc 
as good as the British, and capable of being opt- 
ehenpty, 
Corrtf/tondencc of the WCTT> York Journal of Commerce. 

There Iiare been recently sevct^l very consr 

i the woolh 

only of the whole number will he near a million sterling. 
-.iMatii their credit for a 

jUBactions, ' hills of par- 

mneh exeeeded the suroi > gowls we- 



more, t/n./i/ now the 

.V TCI// N0J ftttt- 






M| we shall : 

i l&nt- 



Uie liberal i own! 

' was a strf'- 

ii^nu- 
.<nage 



NILK8' ttGIBTl 



ally trooofafvoi rtWMO. <h0 part* 
which took plooo in I iiailia fwr 



is; 



MMfcolMwt Ott yowr% l'cr-u m dtaireoB will prt- 



t,n'. Of | H ItffcH *M 



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Bd lOM ofoTOdM W0**l < 




troaab Mooohettor will ataoy line uunl*U jour nwlt n 
!ncnlHr dpnOfI Of a f- 

.Jl !<> be told lor My ; 

ad*trrv ,1 ., CM .. CM i::rL- I r : , <! t>. ir ,,< ,- 





TVrcaol^roaojiia f^toMoaytMolfyfooy 

HIT :.:.. ./.;,.!." , M*t|fc |j tVa* IN* 



/<'U,,r,. /.T t'.r 



Yoor 



MnUy qtwe M jixxl them, aocue ol 
their boat, and MOM of a> had at thrir wor 
oT caim.l is Iras * ihc currri. 



Ofk ni |K-au<-. Jin.! itH*it ! at. ; 

/ , .M il i . % 4 'nl 




Il M MM , 

9D^MMlv Mg fftrtl^T"Bl. 1 n<* pI'iftQMUf NM BNflt^* 
tnu., .n.Hl. . I. N.renoiH VIllMMi MMtorW fe. 



olll,. ,a :,.,. l,. . : . -mmri.l.* , ! - <[< ; | , 

.leOOdillOOt.1 
iMMtfaiaeofOto* 
joBngiaod. on the other hand, there hat been much 

mfjC t l'*| *fli C*V ft Ol JM l 1 '. |* I t ^ HnPI t* r . r ^ ' % 

nwr amotitriiia-inViiiiiii.l >r sOOJ fatftt "LI-:, I JsOOl 
M confine their atteoUoa tn the boroc tr!r, h 


< or axJireetiy lu the marketa abroad; i. . 
with IOM direct 1, or m the haokroptoy of ib. bur. 
whnln,,,, ,|,, v ',r IS: J( I,M. OOM OOIM<I ! tkok 



laarkct prieea. The twamamorer t M 

>>M hoc* ooamoolly lowenog 

*cr. -mi. i the poor opciattf eoat ao ueU 

f^o.r . . . .i'..:.!',..' lUaooaMlrj " .'ail oM >. ,11 IH J ajhjoj 






tfie .ttrmei. [A*. T .tamoM. 

v thioir mar* UM tmftctm rwird upon KM 

,:;,' gTlff U ...: H .....;,!,!. . JMI riwp -. ,,o. 

itfghfTtlMll H-r-., ,!,!.,', '. t . ^-f. -.a*y 

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fniwd State ,*. 



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Ml U., >,.. 4 ^ 
< MM Ol Ib7 







tU taMc 



the uaahlet 



Iv MAY ^0 Vfltt ff^^^^^^dM^ frr^Bi 

let Hifc liUHi M^-., ol 



m the eaatera port ol the atate. havoa^ UM MM power 
ma 









on paraelied ooi to datorawt ouoioiiUai i. That oc 
Jrd. oo the l** toot, 
to populaitoo WAS ihe proper hM> for iipfuom 



lU'lUr li*> l 

For the reaoluiHia \Via. Ao>orooa), CTaipoiia Jobjt- 

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l lobr 



noui 



<-t1 
Ut 
!pr. 



' 
aoqrr il'affain m that OMMry, C*VM ht 

i,ur |W . t .-.i n,. l tote* to ^tv,. i. v. 

___ i^^_ 

% **trivo t itu ni4 .ctjiiic > KMB^ 

rent expenrs, the nceeaMy of rr*ort*a; oaew to loan*, 
MH) the boptlcaaMcai ol aefotiatief aay aaore awchin 

Ea*U. 

n. wonM he. tn pawn 



t rt-Ue-y \V.tk% U-l . Wm. It Broei 

.Gmae, IxiUu 

'rrro, Thoa, R. Joyavt 1 1 . 

hi pal ., , OJBJ ..,., ,. i. . k -, , ... i-j. M 
the propooHioo to i*ke the while popalaUia the hooo) 
|*D of r*t>rrewtaioa In UW at ..IMOO otr 



lo of r?pTr*c*ui 

,!l,.u, ..... t.tt ,1. 
'.'. "In 



t.,t ol ,,u,,,>r%- - 'M .r,,r:, \ .l.^.^v 
no oierwdoy thr wy of 

'!- ,,' . ' , . ,. . ^ f ,. .', ft. 

s -.. ... -..-. ... || i :-,. n S . t :." v ,: - M 



h*,'*Jr^7 



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i.T. \Ve eaaaot detail 

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TOMCmUnM lOlhc , 
Irants, was ralKxi to the 

was appointed secretary. 
tnu. /frAtrf Jew* 

. ,! ., , ,..,11,,'- ! il.-n tli ,! .- 
***, hh were unam- I ones would t'i 

* i* in I 






.in! .:T 1. 'I 



( ri'i. i' 1 ! ' ' 

iVvL i, i 

by a r 

coijiin.i d i 


to a lew romnies they were usher*d in the 

ing address v ' by general Cam- 

i i : 
' before you, 

, 

i ' - ;', MfetSt/i :,' j.n s,,! ,'.1 . 1 the l'ii:t' i! 

: ofik 
* 
All are now sa- 

( , \, in- ,!,:tMjjui:tn.i., i.l.'i'.cs h.4v h-en <!'- 

^raptly 
lodging ihe - feel 
.miry will i 
i the last sol- 
/,-ns of bint 
ure wealth ai: ml in a great 
i, which s re- 
make them more formidable in war, and 
in peace, we cannot h ! ng our 
lyour rrieatt 1 . .Iwellknown 
nud t-nterprize of 

- i.Ucn.u), v. itli ui ! I'.l ( ' ' " .;" . v '' ;; ' 


' ~ ; i c i i '. . " 
THB < 


p v ith 




' 

may i 

Mod not si.: 

augti 1 


and i 
n happily 



he cordial grasp of friendship, and 

t,anA.tu oi rtfrethrocnts, th- comninjm Un d knprei - 

rtnal ralecm fcnd admiration towards the 

nan w hose untirinf zeal : ' ) , jus(- 

- 

: 
Jamet ff'dflbrr, $*crtt 






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lh 

'iffTftt at Jnnapolt*. Our bo 
ooa. i . I>y ft 

on the n." ' i;r.;' r r i. i,t qtiesticiiS. 
tbtMeafflici 



Jjgrrmn'i 



morbid race of dcb: 

tatkw and copkus fl-^w erf word*, 



' un- 



;nTiculli.-s 












SS5 c SS.tJ: 

SESSSSSHSSi 

. ,i.g oar, as w 
roe; but that, I ** willing ^to listvr 



-gument or objection was UM! by 
ether oflbe nnmerwn dbs4era, it was enou 

i dMhl ktdsWM : ' ' n on, -,;/ 
fa* into a repetition of what had b>rn alre*-' 
otbent that this vas a waste and abusi 



waate and abuse- -t 

'n^ " 





















- r , and rr . 



: 



law a*n' 

Mi. 



,*..:. xrcvu. 

ted BtMrwbtr ota 



IHNIOf Ihr %hnk .oH.l.bllt 

OOamtttpU* for 



vat . war condition an natural eooditimi. n a*ae 

rtf.rrr. .,;,,.. -. ' , .,;,..<!;, ,,, .- >, . . 

thr trao^vr .- 

latfe- 



. She 



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taotormr I|H**II<-, ami berorur ! abtolutclv an mttru- 
mmt of i*< , 



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fefcar b 



of thr 






I 

> Mil III 



I. .--.. f ...... 

in inf. but I ttia pbc 

nocrver. rouit aod .11 lorcv (UrmirUrt. .n<! tluit rmlc- ' ,, 



ly.upoot 

log !!'. 



Of 



thrmavkof 

_ , avaia^. v 

tl*u at IIM b^faea punod of lW 
w created, a far Urj fir*firUm Uw 
parted of It the mrrr p> ? mrtof 

ch I!M pbl* arcur.iK-r thai u to aay, a far kwf 

- 

moMrti..t.,i t.< n ' r.-tm-:- v.raM.,l,.i,, aVtaWi 
oVt> au rndttml, a mueli nor* forroidablr portkio fall* 

er daurt no. th-.n 
Var.> ratio*. ' -xet havo Ml : 

praw of labor, and the profit* ol capital 

ctrofradtag, a eompai 



much maftrr far reflection m the |iHdial 




HVT. 



. 



I 



ibr com io<o 
notrr., 



rt Uonnc* d UM. Mil M Adrian 




n 



: . '. . i , ' 

JT thrir on uv, tb L lataibji 
^. ma be MM by 
, A lor cTtry tba^f 



MaHawilia* *il ftrr 
I Hi T .T. 



ptauorr. all 
ft. I 



Mama* 

-a 10 any mi! or 
troops 




awl filUrr Uw tuMiiii vfll 

M 
aWM 



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per to jtnr t rr-rbn 



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..Uquartcn. Aide., . 

REFORM, l 

Fn-m tke Jtvmol / (? 

- 
.u^J: mil ' >. 't. MAT1 ! 



-V Mate ' 

icUi . :aaUwa aXrH-a; 



140 NILES ii 24, 1889 AMERICAN ! TE. 



000; while thai of the no' 

mllNW*. "The working classes are the first rceetvera 
of a great portion ol the 

aod have tn dittHbuiion of it m their oo power. Ought 
the? to make no distinction m 

n K .v, i the following table of the annual amount 
of taxes on daTerent articles of eoitejBptx 

Itrii.thai.d lorr.pt. <p.m 

Beer, including duty on malt Mid bops C.OOO.UOO 

\V,nr 1.000,000 

Toeaeco and snuff 8,000.000 

Tea ."...V.O.IMX. 

* 850,000 



21,250,000 

As the <0i% tlnati compose three lourtlts of the 
whole community, be d< - too much to sup- 

'hese du- 

tblr commodities, U l..c!, tl.. y p . 
lions a year into the hands of the boroughmon- 

es on to say, that there is a large class <: 
keepers and publicans v rm a powerful and 

Important auxiliary tothecMise of the people, who yet 
from frar, or a baser motive, take v< 
their proceed tog*. "We cons, 
beat on us to inquire what arc Ui op 
batcher, publican, and l :< II (In \ 

re no- 

or knaveat they aball not have H farthing of our 
we will not suppo r . we will sooner travel 

twenty miles to find out an honest reformer, who loves 
liberty. core. 

it is not brute Jarce\ 

it en intellectual blow, which will convince these men 
to whom they owe allegi 

ual, it must notb. 

talked ahoal; it roust be instant b aod universally adopted. 
There is no occasion for any combination or com 
err individual must act as if the whole depended on Inm- 
srif. Ik i - :i'll to reform? If 

there be no retail trader many village or town, who is a 
reformer, one must be sviu ;. upport- 

cd and encouraged. 1 \iv i^uukers do these things dai- 
ly. They never purchase a single article but 
ownperwawrm. 

M We tee no difficulty in abstaining fr.un these articles. 
Dortnf the continental blockade, it is well kn 
acarcdi an\ , mlicr sugar or tea. was used in France. 
i 

<>er1y roedkinesthan food, and tend rather to 
the pernicious effect of luxurious living, than 
to itrengthen the constitution. Tobacco is a thing we 
detest ourselves. Drarn-drmking is well known to be 
L pernicious: it would therefore be triple foil) 



an enemy mto the mouth to steal awa> the biains, rum 
the constitution, and support the uligan hy. And as to 
raalt I KIUOTS, porter and al 

draitk wine, spirits, 



must feel a degree of weakness am) dt-prcv 
Irons the abarnce of their oaual stimulant. 
of short duration not more than a v 
at the uimoM < rigorous 

!...M t i .'-!. I 1MB lh( BJ)p( lite ! ! solnl :i.. u ,, | ( . ., i,., 

I Tl'k fu-l-.'l. 

ore sound, 


) not know 

beeawdopted . .,u..i nqht 

Hut I ampcrsuad' the reformers" c: 

; their minds not to be entl,. 
no earthly power eanpiet.m tl> .! 
tiotn ;.b:;fc vail in that \ luxu- 

rious and pampered arutomtcy cannot doroinei i 
water-ilrmkmg ftn.. 
appetite, must govern the nati 



i, and malt liquor, in ft re MI 

\Venow d'lnk nothing but WM . ^uaded 

k trnd to pnnluie a more equable flow ot spirits, clear- 
er intellect, greater mental energy, and physical 

"Resides, porter and ale are the inott adulterated, most 
baaefnl compounds imaginable. \Ve would as readily 
awailow a scruple of poison daily as be doomed to drink 
pot of Meaux or llaaborv's porter. It appears from evi- 
dence before the bouse of commons, that the brewers, 
to give the IT vapid beverage a c< . .tnd mtoxicat- 

inf qualtttes; bctdv< treacle, liquorice root, c.< 
aod dog pohun, throw m linseed, opium, belladonna 



ami . l.rnC 

m his esaay on drunkenness, 



that m 



, , 

the distilleries and breweries^ where hogs and pool 117 
are fed on the sediments of barrels, tbeh- liver and visce- 
ra are observed to be enlargened ^J; and 

were these annuals not to in k..Kd at certain periods. 
their flesh would be uulit to eat, and their bodies become 
emaciated. The elect on the human frame must be ex- 
actly similar. ._ 

evident, however, that UM^ho hare been ac- 
entocned to drmk prrituou ^nd^broented liquors 



Fair c/1849, atMtumiic /> ,. 
The following iin re awarded under the 

nd approved ot ' MC. 

BKUULAR PftEMIi 

lent. 

1st premium '1 o 

best pieces of super. i:<d cloth, A. J,. ; 

snperintendeni )>:. I', i 

K NV. Dickinson, own, 

Mass, for the nine best pieces super fine black 
cloth. 

Sd pr< : t liau son. < >mnge, 

cy, tor an black 

broad cloth, (No. i 

iil> i a fine 

i,rown hroail cl-.-ih, (No. 4751), A 
lUperintfiideni u\ .Mr. 

slater and sons, 
ot Dudl ' H superior pieci of su'it-rfine mix- 

ed broad clotli (>} <\ Dorr, ay- 

6th premium To Saimuel Mau r and sons, of Dud- 
ey, Mass, for twu vt-rv superior \, 
drab broad cloth Ed war. I 1 1 

7lh premium I o tin ^ 

Conn, tor 10 nieces ol superfine white flanuel a part 
unrivallt i and linuli. 

btli pi ^aliibury c -n. for 

mtiful sou U i | i U by 

Durnsand llallibui 

9th i" Orange 

county, s :ine pieces ot substantial am! 

l 
lOtb premium 'I .by, tor two pieces supc- 

. mean stair and ingrain i-:.i> 

llth i - \\illinms :md son, of 

Poughk' 

- 

btst pair's of woollen Ma 

nEFAHTMBNT OF COTTOH A 

1. lleguiu- , 

ing com; K 1. for llie best package of 

n linens, and stamped 
"super: 

t!d pt I. mtmuf;. 

\ , lor the best package brown shirtings, (.1 
tiful article.) 

3d prciiiiuiu lo \.<\ !..-ci.wich vil- 

lage, for the best package of superfine ginghams denomi- 
nated ' 

4ih prtuiiium To the Men ,''*ny, for the 

best package ot two-blue printed calicoes, superior to 
imported --bj Burns and H 

<tbe Menrunac company, for the best 
package of light four-cor |.nnts, equal if not 

suerior to imported b) IJunoK. Halliburton. 



6th prBmiuai To J. B. Nones, for a specimen of 
American naokeen. 

7t!i premium To the Phenix mills company, N. J. 
;^ccs cotton bsjqjin^ C. H >i 

8th premium 1 ung compa- 

ny, Massachusetts, tor a piece ol six -quarter \ 
lare by Burns k Hal iib< 






*)th PI-CIM..JM. - I ' f ' 
I lor 
Dowixrr K < 






N IN 



Mi 



pivot of workad bobbmot laoa. 



ft 

I at rifalar prvoMm To 

,Ot> 




td promMm~To tb 

uimn w.l luulnMk 1 * 

Worrall. for beat lot of 

of New York, 
n of B. Ma. 

. fora 



for a eod of card rr, made M 






U: 



ju: 

3,1 pr,-,,,,,, , - 



> Job* L. U 

I |,|.,l. ,,..1 ,.:r,,| ,1-., 



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, lf <.k 




oi ataml H |.. . ... 

>w glaaa. 

'lira. 

I at premium To Chaa. St. John, lor tbe beat loof 
kSMfod bmvnr bat 

d l,rrm.um- l\. I'.. HUm.rr, k* fe Srvt |oj 

bat. 
i .1 Smith k Hannah, (moataion to 

' 

riTi> *r or ruiroa. 

at, of New 

.* tbe beat uprttbt cabinet pawo. 
fld premium -To Wm. (.. .b, lor the beat boraootal 
two atnaw pawo. 

3d MwrnaMav-To ttobl. k Wai. Nonaa, for it* beat 
miinH perno, a aew an 
- 



lw ; ranford.Cl. forthc 

cjj. jvaper. T. A. Uooalil*. agent. 

TOT tin. K-c< ii-l !H t l^ilirjiii i.4[>- i . 

. luium To R. Donaldson, of New York, tor 
i'l. j,rr., .!,- To M IK. u.,,. ..i Hartford, Ct for tlM 

icr ,.,!(.< t^rruurti >i Iclli i - juj.r . . 

i . K. Oonaldaoo, for the beat ftpeei- 

(Hc 'I^;K.T. ..!.. I ! .uik. ;. ^'. 1.1.,! ..h t ,\c ',.:, i-f. 

Mkua To Goodwaik < Hartfort, Ct i-r 
tbe b<%: apoaaaoaol r.luc 1..-I .1. ,., Mala^a% Mai rojal 



rm-To Stephen B. Teflls, lor taod, emery 



la pr .in !'. \:.n. !'-( ,mp, Id. I'.r b< .--c.- 
mrn uf brntik l.-.:jri i 

d nrrmtum I o a Felt, for the beat tpecmen of 
|MkVi L- 

d prcmMim-To K. Hl.M. for the beat 
trmtmf dpU,ed.the 
^iSTpWrnJum-To A. 




tamaawraoo., Jerary city, f( 
>f tbtatooeware,, 



Tarebull. aiet-nt. New York. 

M prrmium-To tbe Northero patent bnrk Co. for 



b.,,1.1,.,^ rr*k 
. lor tbe boat 





mjtfjMj .:-li!.c L-r.t 

irnvmtaVrnw * .* 



MTAmurr nas * t. 

:..- 

ttw boat laiiiiaiia of awma> dmA. 



ajMM -I c.H.,,,-,1 ,:,a s, J '- . S 

Id^reaaaaav-.To C^ratd. lU-r. k CoTaT 

i. <or ibc beat apoaama*) of tbo aad ami 




LaATUaV 



i >i \l i 
To a . Crodaotl. Kowart. N. I. for 

4tb p/iTiM-To Ukr ' 




\ aaf* awl 

ii firman! r..-ic 

To ?oela Yooaf, for llw baal aam 
To Jubo C. Parlbor, for tbe oeatfaj 

ucrn.Hn-To E. Baldwin, for a l^aiifoi amoK- 

-4 j,U.,,,. 

DWABrwivT or L&bit'a MiT%, 

- York, for 
.- baal Lafk ra hat 

: . . ! M \ 

^-borrn baL 
3d premJum-T. .tertowo, 

hrtjM - itl : - .: 

I.I, prvni^.: -l . I . . ... of \NUrtoa, 
ori tieui, for the br 




Irtranltr 
Wm. 8. Ln 

weavaw broad cloth*, a mo.t 

chmc. .hicJi h. .o *> yard, ol ae broad clotfc 

:.i regular prrra,uui-Jo 

ch,ncl.; ,;,,. K.n.o.M' 
.,,1 ,,:...,,,iM,-l , IN N 



Wbhuain. forama- 



oiacacnovAKT 

M.. f .1 wkf i MFat IMf] ; 

, artU ... 



..'..' . .' . : 

To tirary WUktt, for a rotary in> pump, aad brer 



To Thoroaa Dwr. jr. boat 




To II. Stereos of Newark, beat 
P ' JoboHrwHt,forapatratbedi 

J . \\ UAacy, for tbe boat paar of hMata abooa. 
Tbonmaa A. Law, tba aaaood beat pair of talk* 



.tone Bllioti 
To M .IK 

1 l i,i.da k lk<for ov- ^ 

To P. Maro^aod, for jc wdry , awl aupenor tea aad 



To GaJe k Moarly. for aoprrw attrer 

i^t k Dale, for a|ier^dk>. and incdak, 

r. InaaaamV aaTMawaMMof Ajacrmaa o^k worm, 

MMMII mmA aBk m v&rM^a atac^a of Dftimaatbiai 



lo II, 



MI. us- KI . ;KK 



BU 



OHIO RAIL : 






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22 .1 " 

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I to best 

, der. 
r smgK hurnrss. 



, 
naVbrMa shovel, toiifi 

o. best tpacimem of manuim tur-il 
MmtUml MfttWM 

: k, superior carved caps and bases 
fbrpano K-gs. t-qual t 

g- k Colgate, tor a specimen of South Carolina 



I) 



I...I In II." ..| l!,- 

and art Ai/</y 



1 t i r i .1 . . i _ :.n!i > aaw :;K. II I 






DCS Reed. 

'. Jenuings. 
Krunions, :. 
nnus, Soy dani fit Co. Navariuo stocks. 

\ Bcn-KTii, toperior hair and clothes brushes. 

I, torn*** pump. 
Mr. Maria*, night baps. 

u.nutealr. 

smg's pocket books and Udies riliculut. 
v James, aa appi . oiuottve steam car- 

MoraBfe k Davi*. ieallier caps and patent leather. 

>, water proof prune llm. 
AnnaT. Cliuioing, painting on vc -i 

Mi^.i ( :>!in, a m^p of x sampler. 

u>cks. 
. Tanner, superior pocket books an 






rorkqnilti ^rs. WJ.iUo. 

18 fears, tli- ! Mged 4 v 

Giles Baanawll, tortoiau shell combs. 

rior rules and scales. 
!>umav block Un wore. 

: ,-d And white, 
and A b-ii . 

lass. 
lersv 
,ter. 
. short, 

i'HNner's l(iic' and chiiurens' beaver hats, and a 

La 

Mis sard, a Jac 

Miss Eliza iikn 'own, Lons; island, a pea- 

cock feather cape. 






f wot 



unit Ki.i 



lyr, I- I.., U 



'II Spit.' 









HAI. V1). 

/ 
Of th praitlent and Ar,c /o. t, ro r/ir- nocktolden of the 

Tlif tmu-h.-ts rrirt| wh^n i! h'-coi: 

pott to (In- btockbolilci-s, iliiorHil 

roatl COM 
gress n ix <lc r 

preaent con.' ;i .mi. ; 

. -mi i ..i tin i- was 

made whilst tl 
the I-U.T 

' 1 if Be- 



those numerous obstacle . .&t uuavuid 

know- 
li-<lpc i<i to he 

i--y arc cnga^i:. ;i,(! fi 
qturc'l, and ihc jirogrt-hi ,i!ri-slv rn 
cntnjji-,! 
:iLlitr to tarry it to a nuecessl'i.1 cuiaplcttOD wiliiin the 

by the ch.u 
The fii 



miles, had, with th be lint! 

within the eJtj,generallf bcm put un< 
time of the last annual report, a:ul m at-ly all ihe second 
r\u Mlini; to the hirksof the r.-Uiphcy, was soon 
alter also put under contract. 

however made in the excavation and .: until 

about th( 'jf the 

dill'icultj of |. 

:,ie bridges :tiid - 
Aprillx 

the greater part of tl. 

pressed with .11- 
' en cqualh ' 

.M it ktatc of re^liacss i 

'a Falls sJul 
-.in be made ieadj fo. 



> , ^'ii.n C . . . , 1 1 is Hit i < i'i i ,.ci,iiiii;i n;i-)ti that 




bor, su 

. 
of rock :iD*l 

forded t 

* stone bridges ' am, and 









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tobebesto 

Thr*-pomf, a 



int. to M equality with regard to the labor 



vcrr pi inciually. it not entirely, thr rocky pattrs ot the 

Buffet ftMhsMt ffl*a1BSt wlfcflaM*flke*> aV^flMX*M^ a !.._*. t 

* t^ufiMv fwvr wncTvTvT| llMsTWYKW IIM 9M*TWBW fH 
thrs*- lelt hut little choice of. |,,l,,,n. the mad was la.d 

ajjfcmjaa, I** tVftjaffsA mewl Wtfwtm,/!* I ! Bk* tf*lfes)Aft /4 

ItVww Wj PJCIB* WPU ^WMBi ICYmJ IKJVv WvW OOtBill~*l f 

nod every thing prapared lor the system of measures 
aeov* desuJMQ. C tCmondi of M.y and June. 18*8.- 

uh,cl, h-- h..!,.,.,, 



in ibis 



ur to prevent, the plans of the 
Certain mbeflri- 



* "" o^ 1 ** 1 ' nd oroe r ihe 



tertst.d ,n ib,- 
bank of the 



the aowrty eowt of Wajhasfton county. restrainm K 
tether proceedings ol the board, in obtain in i 

land, ot.-r .h.,hthen.d r.,dh:..nH-ei.d,nn,t,x-lv 



ol the b,,ar, ot dirr! .;..:. 
..bu.nedan tojnmM, ,., tr-m, 

titles to 

road had been definitive h |<>. 
nd. This was followed by an injunction, obtained 
by the rail road company, from the high court ot chan- 
Mranmg the Chesapeake and Ohio 

Sfrom tskrosr any steps in the construction or locating 
canal, which might render unavailing a d 
TOT of the road on the i . 

Isl see however, of the pats of the Potomac thnmch the 
Catoctin mountain ;.- 
directors still continued to prosecute their work at that 



nhrr, 

had advertised for contraet 



and in pursuance ol the ay ste 



the ay stem adopted 

a and commenced the wo 



work 



ing the directors from conducting the road ut nil, .thin 

part of the roud, within that c<< in any 

manner com* 

junction however, so t:<r. ' eastward of 

the "Pomt of Hocks," waa aubaequi -ntly withdrawn by 
the canal ecru pain. D-M- .<U..- JM n<i.f -\ t .: i!, 
tJon cooaequent upon t. "Rs, the di- 

rectors have t- ver been anxious, to avoid any but the most 
conciliator} measures towards the canal cor.> 

The board have not an as tus been else- 

where ' .%iig been invited by th- 

t, to an amicable adjustment of the disputes which 
The only overture known to the direo- 
made as they have 



selves of accurate information, respecting (he most ap 
provwd niodesof constructing rail romls v 
out appendages, and that to effectual'- this , 

the- 



. - 

irnd a dTptUtfan of their 

.{H-ctthr r..l nud. c.t l.n 



ors 



wen- not less aware of the importance of I h .1.1 i prise 
to their management, i han oi 

m the prosecution of a work ol in treat 
In order therefor. compa- 

ny the practical benefits oi 
perience works ol t', 
they embraced the earliest iippm tumiT t 

nsofworki .us gen- 

erally resorted to, in the various details ol constru 

inlry. 
I'n the accomplishment of this end Jonathan Knight, 

' 

U lustl .ted States army, embarked lor Kng- 

l.uid ID S I ist, on the mission to which t'. 

r tolheir return to this country 
il every rail road of note or con- 



ou oi the original OOD- 
.' n.Lat, until it 

tingly ex- 



counsel of the rail road companv . vich a 

case for adjudication as would bring the points in issue 
between the two companies to a speedy decision, "and 
this onldl.au been acceded 

bets have been admitted by either party, which the other 
deemed essential to the proper representation of its rights 
before a judicial tribunal, 

surrender of the rights and interests of the mst.tution 
wkh which they were connected." This wits so< > 
by the counsel, to be impracticable, and i. 
fore remained, but "to wait the slow course of the law." 
The case came on for hearing before the chancel! 
action to dissolve al JuJ> mJ v *s sn 

the counsel on either side, 

! in the consideration of the qe:, mjuuo 

granted in July 1828, in favor of the rail ri>nd coin- 
/ has been sustained by die ch:.: M tl.. 

grounds urged on behalf of this company in the argu- 
ment before him, and the board nt .: 
oponthc assurance of their rounsel, 
rcaaoa to anticipate an equally favorable result upon the 
further investigation of the case at the final heating in 
.and m the courts of ultimate resort, should th 
npany determine to proceed still further ia liti- 



'oard nf engineers have commenced bv 

he eky of Bal- 
timore, and it is calculated that the entire line, from Bal- 
timore to El I icon's Mills may be finished during the en- 

The iron rail plates with their fixtures and a consider- 
able portion ol the other reunUHe materials, are already 
procured or have been contracted for, and will, it is ex- 
peeled, be rec 

The stockholders were appprised, at their last annual 
of the intention of the directors to 



d, ant 
sequence in t! i ! 

I'hrv in 

.ltd irucd us 

ie:utied us pri-senl perl-rlion, and altfc 
been able, from t 

.use on tl 
\ have ur 
pressed 

. . a tbeedy, / 
of com-eytmcc." i 

ng.neers of (ireat Britain, and u:. 
ui eserved polit' ness, tl, 

s's tc all the information on the subject possess- 
ed in Kn^lanil. both with regai 

ril ro.i applicaliou of motive power upon 

them. 

The information d has been actively and 

usetirih employed in aid oi our work, us tar us it has 
' the unt emitted duties of the board 
of engineers, in fi. of the 

road, h.i - ' the dc[iuUii:on from subtait- 

' g, before t in minute detail, the results ol 

ir observations in Great Urilain. During oc, 
intermissions of duty, howev --:ihth>: 

drawings dlu - ^ivancing, and will, 

it is ex| rapleted at an early period ol the en- 

, as has t> . d, the 

! lission will have been atUu: 
bringing within reach of the directors, and at tl>> 

> experience in the execution of similar works. 

state to 

i he five instalments which have 

been c:n lounting to 1'2A per 

,( k ot the co ' a share 

the two accruing instal- 
ments h of December anH 
. the sum ol : ;sand two I. 
i.n-s has already been i - 

ol confidence HJI ' 

he stockholders, IB not less honorable to them 
counting to l h*: t( > wnom they have confined 

hey have em- 

. >st substantial guarantee of if 
(i.t accomplishment. 

9o general has been thegoed will of the public towards 

dertaking, that a rieht of way for tl,.- m:<d has 

; ily conceded for the whole distance as tar 

as the work has advanced, except in a single instance, 

was obtained by process ol condemn ni ;. The 

same fMttar, it is confident!) Inpni, u.li prevail along 

the line to the Potomac, and as staled in A 

report, measures were early taken to secure the nj;ht ot 

way, above the intersection ol the road with the Potomac, 

along every difficult pass throughout the line as far as to 

Signed by direction, and on b'.-halt ol the ho;, 

PHI Li I' 'IAS, president. 

Baltimore, llfh October, IS*. 



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y who c*lllJ ih d^c of 
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it n said (hat some ver 






id two other small items to show the timidity of 



iho 

police ofieersat Paris lately'scisMd sats* ahope 

I ; <, vrr..l ,' si.K.T,. !,,,Ul< . ,,l 



, !,..-ar.ng the l.ke- 

ikc .V i:, idntadt. thr ,oui, K Nj.pi.lcon." 
havr.j, |.iTadr<l at DM'OCI, that gm. l*f*y- 

diejr all aerenadecaad extraonltnary 



nesa of the dokc 40 ReichstadMbe 
ctle%c 



wtthaoaordmgtolaw. 





pa* of the offenders bdof dart 



r or InriixD. Peace has not been give :. 
rnsXM because of the emancipation of the Catholias. 
The JJfclSlt forties to that great question so misrepre- 
frl the Uct. !>..: t ,t ,::fr:i-idi to know th- true extent 

of 11 committed, which MCIU, however, O be 

of very serious character. The condition of the ueo- 
o( this ia!and, has reminded us of the laying ut the 
to president WisaincTox, on recci\ 
why certain lands could net be icstorod to 
ibesn, as follows: "Father, we have seen your speech on 
the great paper. It is like the l.-lu of the morning to a 
vkk man; he sees it and rejoices, but is not cured." 
So etatocipauon, looked op to as a remedv for all griev- 
aneea, afford .1 any, relief for them. 

We have before u some extracts from a pastoral ad- 

n wl.icli 
he sjaoet earnestly exhorts all persons, Catholics or Pro- 



teatants, to relinquish their party feuds, and live together 
in pcaes and concord; and he conjures them, in the 
moat solemn manner, to amalgamate urn! mix to . 
"as breathing the s., .:g on tic same soil, ador- 

ing the same God, and believing in the same Redeemer." 
Toe opening of his address is . .ring beautiful 

"I address myself to you all, C alliollcs and Prolcst- 
.ihonl disti- .r before the apostle, the 

of Jew and Gentile, Greek and Barbarian, 
in that of believer and brother; ro all of 
.<>m the name of God is invoked, arc equal- 
object of my solicitude; for each and all of you 
has Christ dird, and fur each and all of you I \tould 
willingly offer up my life, if by so doing 1 would ensure 
y oar eternal veliare." 

The doctor's chief purpose appears to be to induce 
both parties to lay aside their processions, as inseparably 
with public excitement or breaches of the 



pace Speaking of them, he says- 
hen any thing is justly i 
only the thing done must be good, 



"When: 

only the I 



.v.tcndmp rt, r.ni.tujso !.c -,-or.d 

donehebadoru. 



mil or lawful, not 
it tin,- (fid or ub- 
imstanees 
!"ui. If d 
rformance is evil, 
even though the A 
the circunutancet attending it. verc rre/- . o \audaUe, 
Jgain, ,- done be good and lavful, biU //ml 

it 14 done for a bad purpote, or attended with bad cir- 
cvmttngcft, then the vliole frrformaiice It i Mated; so 
that to order that any thing be good or lawful, the tiling 
done, the end for which it it is done, nod all the circum- 
atasjsn attending it, mast also be goo 1. 1'or if the work 
Haelf, its end, sunces, e evil, then the whole 

evil. Tryyoui satoaasasYa* 



by thia immutable rule of morals, and vou will find 
that they are always and fa every place evil and unlnw- 

We heartily wUh that the good bishop may succeed 
in quietmg the feods that he speaks of but apprehend 
- hat several yean matt elapse before the hale which vile 
polities, aod a determination to rale, hat engendered and 
kept wp between different sects of Christians in Ireland, 
will be done away. And too many are interested in pre- 
venting a reform of abuses; eapfcdlly the clergy on one 
ndearoring to retain* what they never out to have 
had; and on the other, 1 1 gsun some-thing which the law 
does not allow 10 tketr favor. 

o'Connell's Ut< *p-cii. >t Cork, would seem to 

shew very m <t a state of discontent as erer 

ws^ felt in Ireland, except during w ,-,t is called the "re- 

^Vts for the 



U/crvrJfromlht Hiiiisha n.and 

apeears resolved that nothing shall contn.t him 
the opMSBt of a new parliament in the ,-,- 
From what we ser, it appean > 

n..nc. f ,.t>.... b:M u:;i ,,., ,.:.,-. . ...u.ri ,,r,'.; 6 iurl. the 

ru -mi of that bill, fn-elr S Kk of he ucc,-^ ! ,, , ,: 

ing it for the preservation of u. 

Sine* the above was prepared, we have met 
lowing paragraph, thowing the pn-pntations of the Or- 
:uigrnirn. 1 hr Catholics, if not o well drilled, are quit- 
as will ing lor an affray. 

Orange Lodge of Dublin have than!. 
11. who beaded an Orange procession at Ar- 
mj;h, on the l.ith ot .f'lly, tnr h:% rondurt on th:t Oc- 
casion. II writes inn-ply "lean assure you 

.ut I will always be fou 
that any time it may be necessary to cull u; 

capacity (as an Orangeman, ; 

will bring into hi- ! .taijts, all of whom 

r to the government for 
arms or amtnuniuun. " 

' A.NT. A great revolution is about to be made in 

Germany, by the introduction ol steam boat-. 

gation of rivers. The Germans, slow to take hold ot 
ny "ionovMtiun," are much behind many of their oeigh- 

>ors in respect to the improvements <f modern times; 

>ut, adopting tht-tn, tli-y i-xcH. Britain ia beginning 
severely to feel the effects of scientific po\v< 

heir steady and unwearied hands. 
'In this region of study and lucubration, (Germany), 

t has hrrn 

forty-two millions, there arc \2,:> 
learned penman in every 3,200 souK 
sheets printed has been estimsted at 1 87,000,000 pet- 
annum; which gives -17 sheets per head. lYrioclic.il 
works are not comprised in this calculation, though they 
form a mass of no trivial ponderosity. It would be su- 
perfluous to udd, that if ti. i-y hi Europe 
which can mutch the Teutonic in scribes, there is none 
io which it does not distance in readers." 

[Literary Gazette. 

PBUSSI A. The Prussian state Gu7ctte publishes among 
the results of the ccntus of the Prussian state-, 
at the end of 1828, some statistical facts, from which the 
following ure extracted: 

numerations of the police which arc renewed 
every three years, amounted at tin end ot IbJ.S, t>r ihr 
Prussian slates, without reckon, . I, but com- 

prising the military, to 1 52,726, * nts. The In- 

crease, in the three years, 1826-7, and 8, was 470,008, 
and io the twelve years from 1810 to 1823 inclusive, 
it was .-Vis. 

During the three last years there have come into the 
kingdom to establish themselves 47,81K> persons more 

- gone out. 

The population of the nine great cities of the kingdom, 

comprising the garrisons, was, at the end of 1828 Ber- 

SJO; Breslau, 90,000; Koningsburg, 67,941; Co- 

1,499; Uautzirk :md suburbs, 61,902- 

\:x-l:i-< 'hap'-H. , .,0,304; Stettin, ,SJ,19l. During the 
I.,M ix have been added to the population of 

these i 

i A. The population of the kingdam of Bohe- 
mia, which at the t mi- of the first complete census made 

consisted of 2,814,785, individuals, had increas- 
ed at the end of 1828, to 3,972.405, which giv. 
years ftn augmentation of 1,357,680, nnd an average 
annual increase of 24,244. The surface of Bohemia hc- 
ing [German] 956| square miles, it reckons now 3,840 in- 
habitants prr square mile. In the circle of Bidschow, 
there are 5,415, and in that of Roniggnu 5,216 ru.T 
square mile. 

1'nn-rrr.Ai.. "The king is in a mighty passion," at 

the failure of his expedition again&t Terceira. A hun- 

! bodies and a thousand wounded persons, are 

snid to have been landed at Lisbon, and yet only one, 

we believe, of those wlio 












pMlOaa MVOBpr 

. ot th* tot 



ood 



MM. W* 



Wo ebaJ I be ve a rajMUtfa* of UM 

UM^fawTuu* d^ <MJeaa ofTerwer. aod ba* broufbt 

H II 

oeottot for tbia, ft* UN report M OINTMC 
Tft colony MVwJw*** of ~ 

^M^MM* K m-,-* I^^LM-! Ww7 U^ H ^ HA l^Wmala* 

Wl 4V 4 i far lr\J^*~U Of llUPMat, I iUIUft of. I ic t|i<r., 

'.ot baa brco lurmaJI* rrjoaud bt Uw po|,r, w*h 



u*Mi rftua eocmn.tir .j t 
owfrwcr. Au-.f,. 



aa_tf4 if M -- > * - _ *- - a - 

m. t ti we rrc >! ir< I r.'jjuu* . ; 



We e lil of UM mOMttoM that 

a< the Old lU.lr,, 1^.1 ., fru.u I Vr- 



9 

II 

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II 
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1US 5 
1809 19 



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16 

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1113 

1 816 91 

1117 

1118 

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lift) 43 

Ittl S5 

11*1 3 

n-i 9 



ivy, 

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Coaaart'a ftMieTft* of tft* twJ , 
r atUrueod to UM d kc of 
of 



-M of ocotiMi aod HUM.. Tb. - ^ 

fftfeoy tbt bo l*uni to bate tMoioeecd b eflajiawtf* 
filftlawltoa of UM Uwaly of im, wUl oot I ihtlj 
Mjob roawWd br UM ooitfaiaMA of Ib^i a**wxl_ ^ 

^ m.. ''<. '.'r'.**t'i*.'.i SaViVi iSl aWV a4d ^1" '"' 









.bui. < to truc.aMJ ihotCobbott ".too.i.ad 

a^l^BMMMl Aaf aMTaw^ ^^ % MW^a^Ml AVI Jw^^a^aTaV^Ham- " aft ftwa?ww^ 

h. ^ ll.t BMtj BJajbjJ bjaVf, .-':.:. ,c: |M> 

bap*, thaa ft art of penofta BOW looatod at J(w If ork. 



umbrr U far greater at thto abgU place, tban b 



There are oow MI actual tcrt ice ooc 
ihjrtf .nine erl-l7 of the tee. SO of 

M ' tri5!r.Md nrj C4rr , ltl j. (rjl: , JH td 

umber of OIM. Uki up %rr ^out 400of 
, 100 m^TUrXr^o, for h 



of 9 abbe of 

r. 4 (note* and 17 ameJIer c . 

rfr^alca. ...d 7 ol (rorn JH , u M B , in ,. ami |j 

Ma, Sabbeof 



^MrU, b tkeSootb 
UM Ibe. 3 Innate., and 5 

Taa UiMiAJi XAVT mthcUwekScfteooftiauofaixtj 

>m 80 to 74, 3 of 60. 

Whole auotu.t ol ( UD |,46. I hr tlcn !,:.* L ,-,:.!, > 
yaeftta, 9 atomm boat* and 16 traoeporu. 



Bft* trratjr ftCfOtiaird ^ith l.rr,; 

LMl Ootobor, Itb, MI CooMMrbl 

r. it was acreed, br ur ,t four years 

alter UM Acbangv of the ral.Jieationi, it h.mUI no. : - 
ful for the aubjoota of UM empire of Hrai.l to atry oo 
trad* m .).*, oo UM eoaat 

oaayftMawrr. wbettoetrr." It x. 

% 1r i* lfiB\f lKi.a\ lr,f*H-> v /^ I I ^ .1 . - 

i Mwim wo.iiu crate *iui IT*- i*i:nit 
year, and (bo traiilliaoa areiood dctermbed to avail 
Uearlfc. of thr abort totenral that ixoaioed. Tbe b- 

"y&l^F*"*"*** ^ Uw 'frw Afnoa, bio tbo port 
lejftftitni ate... Jaiiop ,aJ.. 



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IMS. 
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. 1 5.0.M 
Ji.l..i 
Jf.ftt 

.90.34V 

..S.i 

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totbe9otbof March 
believed that at kaat ooo oot of thrtc of UM 



" embarked b Africa pttWi before Uaey orrrre b 

milt and r !ir,[il.l nit.iln. . IK I tk 

*"" WHIUJU fcupjKiso irui inr rtxcij*.* ,>| cur- 

llf Ac amaor.Y imr^ <." Si , --^. 



> - 



mrw Cobbrtl, bowser. dJ 
thbg wbieb be 




.a LAI>O. It wooJd 
Ikaum. tbai tbe paper, of th. , 

wvft rM.tliwtoi.ii1 tet ikJ ualJwranft A/ * * II r _i 

WOBOJ IWrVTTf^l wMUOT waWWra ^f a"*rwaTa f QBjfl fT*aVC 

oil. and were m tbe baodt of a Turk bMard 

JTbTto obtab ft Urto rwwa^'taV tbJ! 'ColW^ 



^90,000 oflbrod MT 
We ab*ll. probably, bear -ore of ft* owfWa a*ar. f 



HBITIMI M^ 



spemkia; of CoMleloo. ta;t "At ao aMUoce of tbe 
rubottc dcpreUoii wbich Ua Udta place the faloe 



, t %-: 

gur whieit cot 7^7. vert old (or 2t 



climrM of UM beat ooaatruatioo. od ooarfy aww. 
ICh . 'tpeottbotovo* 

trj ejiurJl Uii'I . U -. s - Ii a%88>4 -n at awtty, -. aa> 

i the mbery ** of Uiia-ot wbbb, Ury avay rw 



HUM i A AXD TvajttT. A pram of ifco 

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' 

b^orr^oV^therooToiKwo.ooWrdoridjTUat. Ho 

baa beea poUe camkdb u> handeb M fc a copy wbtob wo 

, , , ' , , i_ - - ^ (i^ ^ 

lay ociorv our CVJMTV i **, * 



hvj OMtiei by umg the eo. 4 (r,w .-. e, 

raiodpomolaryrralof UM wallawia b bJa prayer; ItC- 
br prftotbe wbbh UM olany of tbe epiaeopal obwrtb a|. 



' . HI .- b8 ^ 



Ml MI n< inBEU 31, 1S29 JHlM 1 1.1 AM.nl S, 



ssstrf * fce MMMMJfe* a/iA* foie 



Almighty and roost ran re erred and 

r hare follow 

rd too much and deurcs of our own b 

\Ve have olfcaded against tky i 
uadoae U*oae things whbh we ofht to have done 
vcbsmdoac thov i...j: *h.i, -. ,... K -I,I n't i-. 

dear. and U.er.- it r,.. health h C ,i IBSM.O l.->rd. 

upon us, miserable offenders. Span 

II- ! ..... ih.K. 

bChriat JiausourLord. And mat, 

: 'sake, il...t may herc- 



late 9J 

, a:,c-e ol or,,, 

>llo-j aoaatry, no 
aril .V0fr. ( 



aatet u 

, O t'..U. 



.ableoua and sober If., to the glory of 

Ik 0ur ITdToar beavenly father, the high and might* 

il.ronebcbold 
.Uilleia ODOO r;. .eartily we 



Ibtc, u chold and bleu thy : 

.c I'nited States, and all oihi-ra in a> 

ad so r.-plni sh th grace of thy holy spirit 

tbal the* may always incline to thy will, and Matt in thy 
We humbly beseech the?, most gracious God, tu 
look b mercy upm ns of this state, and upon 

tat people of these United States in pmm.l: but especial- 
ly ve i < to lift up C 

Inspire their minds w'lth a just view 
'..ilcun duties committed to their charge; direct 
aod prosper K!| their consultati -us, toil. 

i, lory, the good of thy church, the safely, 
und well AIT of our may be SO or- 

jest r.nil 

surest foundation; i' ' happiness, truth and jus- 

, -i-ly, may be rstublibhcd among us tor 
rations. Save them, O 

from error in judgment, from local prejudices, and from 
measure whuh \<juM , ..sous to those 

hose interests (hey ares', Da ctthem 

;. roost gracious' favor, and further them with thy 
Loniinual help, that in all tlieir works bcgtm, continued 
aad ended in ihec, they may glority thy duly name; pro- 
vide for >n, such asthouttilt 
approve, a constitution, which rent sec- 
tions or our state in a bond of perj> n inter 
zcns of one heart and of one mind. Secure to the 
upreeably to tin dic- 
tates of their on consciences, and vluch will also secure 
..selrca love aod gratitude of the state, and thy di- 

.-md benediction. 

and all other blessings for them, and for all thy 
i nureh and people, e atk in tht- nume ol our Lord and 
'i in whose words we sum up our im- 
perfect jn-t:'iuri i. 

who art in hriren, hallowed be thy name; 

;lir vill he done on earth as it is in 

-is this day our df and forgive us 

ur trespasses, as we forgive those vho tresjiaas against 

lead us not into temptation I us from 

enl, for thine is the kingdom, und the power, and the glo- 

'1 he grace of our Ix>rd Jesus Christ, and the love of 
God, and the fellowship of n.- :, lc with us 

all erer more. Amen. 

RlTOLUTIOVAET SOUJIBRt. ;i k pa- 

' it in content plHtion to memorialize th> < 

m favor of such ooo^commitsioncd officers and 
of the army of the revolution, as minted lor 



a-.-. 



more favor (and it has much the :. 
ol being the last.) on a meritonou*. hut nm. 

Mat of that army, who ire, about to ask ot thru 
, not charity, but ; 

'u-u'ar to put doi 

inpaigni, 
nl pay their pot- 



1 the state of 
i of thr povemor nod 

jadgaa, the pay of the legitUtut< . and i',r i xpmir far 
kchoolt an<l pritons, ficc., is under J5fty~ho9 thtunun.l tlol- 

thal < thi- city ot 



congress in Cavar of such non-commissioned officers and 
soldiers of the army of the revolution, as minted lor 
three years, served to the close of the war, and were ho- 



norably di*charged, aad who receive no pensions. 
Witii this TKW, it ii detrmt-d tijK-dient to ascertain 
:i soroe|e 



in t-ach 

States voluutrcr in this tervke.and < the re- 

sult as soon as practicable, to Jane i. City 

cAted are most likely to be found in 
the humble walk* <! l.fc. Officers othe revolution, and 



New Y. - above amount, frrty thousand (lot- 

ion are raised by taxes. 

LAKE CBAXPLAI.*. Previous to the aoastruedOB of tht 

on thu lkr 

was prn. i ('unuda, n I nnly about 

farty iftielt. Tht-rc art- now upwanls of two hundred 

'yrr**c/, including steam t)uat% ami Jully eaa- 

. product- and merchandrab 

. ihr ranul;all th- trad" ot thr country 

t-ither side of ilic Like n almost wholly diverted 

Montreal to New York, 

THE CoirjrsrTirrT Riven. A steam beat bearing the 
name of the st.ite, Vt-rmo.it, arrifi d at Windsor, on thr 
5lh instant, HIM! tin- i-vent was eflt-brated by rin^ 

. a salute of artillen; the captain, Klanchard, alsiv 
^ of a public dinner. This ascent of the Con- 
is regarded as an imp. .riant event to the people 
resident on the borders of that river. 

PJWXSTLYAM A. a or, so far as 

published in the Philadelphia "Sentinel," art* 
as follows: 

Tor Mr. V 72,897 

Ilitner 45,739 

This is a very strange and unexpected result 
Wolf had the benefit of a fully organized party in his 
favor the aid of a "regular nomination" the support of 
the great and overwhelming "Jackson interest, " with 
that of all persons seeking or hnjmi^ tor places of hontr 
t: .in id'- '- nsylvama, or desirous of 

having influence among its politicians, under the certain 
assurance that he would be elected. Mr. Kit 

;:gei few, if any, well informed per- 
d in in thr belief that he would be elected 
nnd thousands who disapproved of the nomination ot 
were, on every account, opposed to his elec- 
' r him or neglected to vote for Mr. 
Kitncr, because of the peeu stances under which 

the latter was brought out as a candidate. In I'hiladel- 
phia city :ml i .unty, out of nearly 12,000 votes, Mi. R. 
had less than 600 in Buckt, prattf nratly divided be- 
.f old p.irti- s, of 5,083 he had only 841, and so- 
on; but Mr. \V. 1.-UK5 votes, in 
t'nion 1,241, &cc. thus overthrowing all calculations built 
upon parly-political principles, as to th>-ir operation in 
. prcsidrnt, kic. lust year. \\> 
i'se things, or express any 
elec- 

s, and to shew the instability 

ui in, which is very l;ir from restinjj 

enl in Ptnns\ Ivuriia. 

possible, that, by concerted action 

the nomination of Mr: 

Wolf, he might have been very closely run, it not beaten. 



t .;.tr.:,'t:c i-ili/ 
notict: thci 
To thegoc 
ihem, 

s 



lAl FAIHS AJCD CATTll SHOWS in tlie 

eastern states, have been numerously attended, and the 
exhibits ol goods and cattle, were uncommonly fine. 
Mie following toasts were drunk at Worcester, Massa- 
chusetts 

A protecting tariff. Some call it a yefco Rut if they 
will tiy H (airly w ithout fretttiif, they will find it alto- 
easier to work in, than the old collar and chains 
they previously drew by. 

he press towai i J4 cattif team whieh'Uncle Sam drives, (iive 

and by a gralui-i them a chain to draw by that will not break, and tve. 
pa|. challene the wo 



rell to circulate this I g 













lanaaary. they, *a theara, art 

rly * M i 
ae oft. 

. ' r ' ' - - 




" ' :-': ;*' 

M to he, tfca mfafc * 



I--T ; . +4 

e tL'l'tn an// 



fy tend jx-r \< n. 

Ptata i* Saw Yoax. It M ut- 
. to Dee. 3, I V.'v ihcrr wrrr I >l fin-. ,-, (h. , .-y , I 
! n actual lott of prop 




M IM 

la many part* of the city.'wfchoot th* aid of aa 
hecaaeroi 



may 



water wal ha ramM by aone or ateam power, from a 
vail dag for the pvpoae. The whole coot o. 
OTvoar. ka. ia eatimatcd at ahoot 75.000 dollar*. A 
small matter tor to great aa of 

Uaaaou. The returns ol clioaa ia tint 

etatc are nearly complete. The retultt, belorr 



For auioiaot Mr. 



rw-Mr Umar 



J7.S53 
1 1.1 J'J 



14,529 

mi ol the (, ( otit that this 

11.666 iahabitantam IUO. i 
baa baea very rapid m the Uftftve yean. 






r 
of T 



th 



%' Mil ' h< * ' mli il 
tw.wr. hy calhn- 
,,blr.h.,,!,r^n 



of governor C*rroH to 
WM BMtMimd to ih.t 
He rroomroTt<! 



Md &xlnf the rate of 



M to reformed, nd the 



ey of raternal itnprovrmealt, at rta.ccil hy ihr v. t . . . 
vweh haa attettded them m other atatea. The Nailtillr 



. 

of Icfttmth* r*t*f % w filled, by whkb the refetioot of 
debtor ml trednor are arWtr, 



vbicb bate proved w ramoM to Miffcoorme, t . 



Tat xrraoi*ra i 



.r re- 



*4 re/olntioiis vere adopted. They ahow a dctermi- 
boo wx to suffer the ehurah to become artial 




.1. (h, 

t antatioa ia at thia tioje experienced b 

of thecountrr .v, thr .uhjcct of aaaa>. 



put upon it r<- 

of CTirtol and the 



mbjectof */>rr. 

- th , ,1 
of much 

at 



I.* 

. fi n. .- | 

( * > r 
' at 



M-. dd < AClB 

' 



a&SnggwBcs: 

Rut WAta. By the aid of toeomotiva rafmca, coal 
the Darlmftoa r,.J way. at the coot of 



conveyed at the rate of ?) ra.k. aa hoar, at the cod of 
a%^jharl4j / a fartkmg, per ton, a m>f av, i-Scbe 

i >.! iaaal 

When the Franc* army, hot a 
the pnrwK of the frymf Maanlafc. 
temple of Caraae n the E*7piaa deom. by one com- 

mjui itmlj lKw ---*~ T tkjW- r>j fcJM-a u_. - - - 

. , . i . . i > 

il _ . , lr -ti I nf I I a nit vw^4 *!> A k 

t.Jf t r ; ^. I . I .;.< ', 

petty do r ! aeUra aajpraf ia 
i and aoetrot fabnet, taaaaHil aa M 

ol 

iaajhtcrof 

T ' ' ' T * if - 



/ - ; - . ,.."-.., 

faafbter of 'mUlioaa. 

Arroi!T reported that Mr. Ifobaat, a 

Bcmber of the Uat aonfteat from New York, baa beea 

.... ....... . ... 



Thai An Worthinftoo, Ut of Nrw Torfc, b bm 
appointed oooMl at I... Tie* W*. RUIA, rr- 



V M \N ".-..: i .i- ;..' 



aow- 

WpSoperb.at thportlroei 



u. 

Ihtt port Iron Mwr^ IM brovfM tw* 
Bf OW hmlmJ M4 lortr cab< fw ( ^ 
lirjr mron ftr the nrrdri*i how. 






Saaaecnra. The Eoehetter Telecraph of Taeadaj 
of a 



a rm*oe ! 

In.".. <'.:... 



I U , pScr. .',! * 

Theeefooda wereav 

^nity of me 



,_ _ :_ 
v fv HP 

. T)M 



n w.U be 



' , ... r :, -\ >,,- , . - '.;-- 

,;, . ... :.4-K ' . ' . 

a*e men." We fcaow that liiiiul ay. aa wefl aa eoejr 

umntirt by the 

- - , ... 






S> REGIS! ioRERSi, ; > M-:\\S. 



HMM Md that they who would hang miserable wretch 
;injr a one paond note 

j ut,- mm wmjtt the t' -pit ot -, 

ey of other countries. Stick u 

iV 



for sheep the* ever knew. A mm froro Franklin couu- 
ly determined to dme back his ihcp, at they were worth 



lighUM. 



te*, where 



hw ot the govenuftoH ;- 

^L LABOftlBa. 

that the Isbnret who recently ar 

.aotl 



for the einM.vr. i-| the* 



(Mft 



(hi- low price of 
woo) has tent too many tu (h<* mi k n 

; lcst fttticrt, who j' Vrstand 

what is good in the rattni 

to all other* Mid we h\e often sren them m*ke adin- 
nutton, at lahles abounding with all 
. acics of the season; Mil ttiere is a strong pnpu- 
dier ftgauut this excellent mi.tt.Mn! it will be long Se- 
lf Aoottuj fen* sheep become profitable because of their carcasses, 



oo dir<md, M we learn, that 

th*Mn-~lxr< fcVm, jf,.1 < fi U ' 









cis o* American liberty wei 

, ,; I il : * .! MKM) it r. '.:' Cr -irh, who _ 
then to prison, i h 

its and I 



to con;.!y tiitli tin ir Koicinr ( n^ife 
thot diwharfr the'debt which they have 

' 



STBtJQTIT OF FAftTICft FIT TP 

follow mg is copied from the New York Journal ol Corn- 
It fclls op certain vacancies both 

smd house of represfntfttives, .. .MM' they will 

be filled bv i renccs. We neith- r ndnpt the 

eet, after aoroe 

to change the apparent p< . several mem- 

bers ol congress, for or against the n< >, with- 

out, however, anticipating either a systematized support 
of, or oppoattion to, all its measure*. 
As the election* of representatives to the 21 st congress 
ive now terminated, we hare prepared, from such in- 



; and such meet with n 
ready sale, and yield a Uu ;'.'' in our cities. 

ArBi ,i, \ \\ c iiixii-rsland that the sec- 

retary of the colonization society has r-crm*d lr 
thfw Carey, i- -\, Ins second annual pay- 

plan set on fool by 

Gerrit Smith, esq. In making this remittance, M r 
obaerres "ll is n.uch to be regretted that A plan calcu 
do so much good, and which would bear so light- 
ly on onr wealthy citizens, advances so very slowly. I 
it was tirst broached, that the stipulated 
number of one hundred subscribers would enter th.-r 
! first instalment in six months." 
[AlK. Int. 



; IU^K." 
nious l<n- the <lcft.i 
genernl, c<>< 

rrary waste 1 
companies from i 
oration, tec. A roonomi 
bt-r of the Nc w Jersey 



ilnce, near Philadelphia, js la- 

l Heaaiwns, and the d* -ath of tb- 

i he last 

I by a sham-fight, by volunteer 
Iphia and its neighborhood, an 
ut has been erected by a "num- 
an<l I'cnnsvlvania volunteers'" 



near the spot where Donop fell, 



the tictory 



formation M we think maybe relied on, the following 
schedule, showing the strength of the * rs they 
ad, and also as they stood at the clow of the 1*M 
sow ion. 
roxeKBW. 

A. J. Op?" 
Maine 

.i'ure 11 06 
MasssKhuscitt 'JO 13 20 13 

Rhode Island 20 20 
out 3 50 
1 19 02 15 19 
11 Oil 
,:;,.i 11 20 11 
C 1 1 
! 1 54 11 30 
\'n '"" .- " O 4 IS 


FLAHHKI. FAcronT. Mr. Henry Stevens has establish- 
ed a roan iifc lory, by water power, in Barnet, Vermont. 
'Urt< ') tor Boston with a load of the 
i manufactm The factory 
weeks manufacture 3000 yards per week. 
i ot opinion that factories do bet in the inte- 
saving in water privileges, buildings and daily 
expenses, exceeding the cost of transportation. 

KXTHA MiniNAHY. Sir Charles Ogle and lady have rc- 
;o HahlxT from th-ir visit to Canada and the 
1 1 -zette remarks. "They were 
/Mifu-d throughout their lout, and particularly so 
,;><) attentions paid lo them in all the Amrr- 
rin towns through which they pus 
[It is pleasant in lux! man to express hi r, 
.on tor "kind attrntioi in the United 
n, therefore, is an extrnonlmary case.l 


* 1T ^ " * ^ ' ** 
North Carolina 9 49 02 
lioaO 02 09 
liror h -n 0207 07 
KejMockr 02 48 1 10 
Tenneisie 0209 O 9 
2 10 4 59 
aim 1 1 31 11 

20 2 
'tippi 8 <> ] 
1101 ol 
Alabama 02 OS 
Missouri 11 10 11 10 

SO m 94 119 22 96 
20 04 74 

->n majority 8 25 4 C5 

Smr. Brighton market (near Boston), Oct. 
number of sheep . 
were s-. 
this season. Fair to gnod lots v . re sold : > 


From Parit paper* to the 3oth September, inelvdve. 

GBEAT BBITAIN Afn IHH.AMl. 

revenue of the current quurtcr will present a 
pect than thr preceding. The king 
.n excellent health The rumors respect- 
up much exaggerated. 
,--n's Journal slates that a letter has been 
' ( oooell, in which he states, that 
i arrival in Dublin be intcndH to pro- 
pose the plan of a society whose object shall be the re- 
union. 
Th- wr.iv.rs, to the number of 6,000, had assembled at 
Bftdwortb, and paraded the neighborhood to prevent 
other weavers from working. V an on s depredations are 
reported to hase been committed by them. 
( ting bus been held M Cork, t the head of which 
ot Mouncahe| presided, which is likely to 
srnvition in Kngland, as well as Ireland. 
's t-ompoking the meeting were all church- 
men and tories; the object ot the meeting was an cxten- 
clnu-ch establishment ol" 


' 


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d to treat vfcb the 
CmMoaaar** 

conh.imti.1 

i t r'nv l.'hi:cli. 



ntiiy of an 



Icctrd out of. J.it of II, 4 .,.,:. ..v fl " .,.-.. ! , 

the prcAfafent ,cl. Koeri 

ataff. it to tave the commaiMJ of all Ube nyyaaw troeae. 

t Iroai Mr. D*kJM at Bfaai. dated the lat 

t.tc t!t the TTr^Lr .'-V : -,,, to !b* 
, U had Mtia>H far wt ol ar. i 




And tfccfr 



drr, aad commit all kaxh of crurliiet. They wti 
ing to the wood* lor ocoour. aad ma*? fat 



nvrl At Corfu. 

IUOMI 

ladepeadmt Greet* is at preeamt dmded feee rhtrlet* 
deperUMotat aereei aoaAlaMlaJ aod ta .awl* 

[iertmtiu icmprtand a aaHhee of t,iSJ 
quat% mHc, ad a pep^atioa of JOO.OOO aMla) aW hrn- 



,af It 



U,maYH**Bata% Mil p .-.!,-.' 

m/JUOMan 

By an arr.r| at Nc OrleaM from U,c roaal of Tarn. 
Pmo. velcarathat rm. Barrada4 

itv't to tf it crnl inwt.'St * 



ioabbat ukea hia 



a. Thefbllo*iMiarer>vrf)MlhelanM of 

<aaMnr to be too laafcat to hr Irve, aad' 

rn our faith to the froeral rrjort, though K ai crulrct 

,. , ,L- k^ |A,1 nfmjMk >MU<Jv H^VT^y4r ar^Jil - _ 

1 " ' ' r ' ' .. 

to re taia cbdr ewe^roe aafl uaatr aaa9ra i fie t roopt Baal 

mf to 1^00 racn, tobcukcttc*cr of, aoJotwo 
cnt (>ak to UK Hartoa, at the espetc of thr 9 

The aaaJMtattoa tola an all ireuel*, 
Boaaiam wbah canM oat proraioai to T 

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U 
ncakuUH to 



r" -,. 



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. ;<r is one of about 980 W 
t>raec ll l Ttiooi of the popul 

NethertamU, Kut&u, China, 
conipasv Amor.p nthrr things we 1 



the aggrvf: 
of cotton wetting 

il,at" tho* who (Ubhlnl 

again at profit o( .bout 1 .' ncr c. 

57 per annum: goM M 5 10*. n ouor< 
r 100 3 per 

unceof !.', ' , ,n a c'.. ,. ^ . 

<re.l . 
MBC1Y 150 wr cent, ttnee tben. 



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'irn of paroehml atwssr 'he an- 

mmitfal for crinif. r 



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.* i. m > " ..i "T 



> tcrti tfot the Jfn, 



un. or the 



vilor, by 



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th>% c 



jror Ri"> b* h.ni).ihr am- .-. 

the mm* M 10 >.. . ihit.it c.i r :e* M ol 

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4.oo4 l.tU 4k 

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to fuoft/jry. 

un, dtd on the 
ihr clacu^c 'oul to remit 



to 4.i W DCTOMM 

lorje firr k Ut Wedoetdoy. 

'u Colaotbio ttn 
othc olrojod. 

Sifra Le**r w.ll proUblr OC ' nil.mri! '.rfuw ol 



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the Ctwo^roJbeood DeU.rr oootl, tonof 

p* frooj the opprr Pm of tbc 




UEfJFSTER OCTOBER si, 1829 N R1CASF INSTITUTE. 



M v - '. > i u: 

TV /usr at *> York: ID our l.t 
d I* of the prraiMi* 



InMftsJte." MKt t: native talent, 

mdaatry twl *!. li will be sew. by refer 



laM, that k 
MM of what 



of the mart awful, > 



. blankets tod 



foch shirtings, ginf- 
IMC, rotten 



ansjmHa.li ol iron, web as of blister 
or and irons, hoop iron and nail rods, hollow 
.ham caMesand na.h; 

of glass, such as plain window 
irsjaatd glass and s tamed window 



5-for hau, of first qualities; 

varieties of pianos, upright, horizontal and uoi- 



7 for vaiMMta manufacture! of paper, various sizes 
I of books, elegant specioaeas of 



toe uaeful or ornamental manufactures f stone, or 



of hemp and flux; 
tares of I t-ather; 



excellent mMrafaetures of wood; 
Inr various manufactures of nlifMt articles for 



and interesting articles, being works 
, ulk, leather, hair, etc &c. w.th a long list of 
productions, of lesser importance, but, in the 
e.ot great national interest 
it should be recollected from the shortness 
of the notice, being only thtve weekt, that, perhaps, not 
a dozen articles of the whole quantity exhibited were 
prepared for the lair. So it was merely an cffei ing ol 
./ industry and skill of the mechanics and roanu- 
faetare* to the public inspection. 

The fair commenced on the 14th instant, lasted four 
days and thr great room of tbe Masonic H..II was alntont 
oontsonaUy filled t, 



, 

rnittancc, but it u calculated that thirty thousand person 
i-roportion of honi were ladies, honored the e 
UbstfaM with their presence, and left it de-light* -d. It w 



a nrowd thing for the friends of domestic industry 
alfcrded a most excellent lesson to mistaken enem 



till 10 o'clock st night, by ladies and 
gentlemen' of tbe first respectability, citizens and strang- 
ersall astonished at the display befor*- i ; 1 
press was olten so great, that many could not obtain sd- 

\ 
the ex- 

ras 
and 
of 

tbe American System; many of whom were confounded 
!:(} of the articles, and the moderate 
pricrsaikedt se such things 

posamte "who could have believed it'" the) oHentimes 
aid, one to another, liut the articles were before them 
> was present, and the eyes of the patriot spark- 
led with delight in considering the march of his country 
10 independence for it was here shewn that the means 
lor war, or comforts of ptace, might be furnished by the 
labor of Amen- <-. hand*; ajc, and that the elegancies of 

"The Morning Herald** speaking of the premiums, 
snya Tha premiums as awarded to the different compet- 
* in our paper on Saturday last. The num- 
; . begin 1st, Sd, 3d, 4th, 5th, Cth 7th, 



the 
cles 



to Ifth; this was intended not to represent 
of different arti- 



so on up to ISUM tbu was i 

grade of premiums, but tbe 

that received premiums in t 

ere only two grades of premiums to any kind 
the litaodted.wbJchiLorwiObeezpbiBed 
re to thr award itself. The mistake orirmat. 



in tbe different rtr part aunts. 



Mpremi 

There were only twe 
of articles, 

by reference to thr aw*rd itself, the mistake originat- 
ed with the clerk of the lair, who made out the Itattnsrsrt 
for oar columns, and we publish this in justice to the in- 
dividuals who bad premiums awarded to them, to remove 
my misapprehension the public may entertain as to tbe 
grade of premiums eeh one received for |,i* article pre- 



life ware not wanting. The fn inforrc- 

rd rn the Hshtem l.a%< l-ut a laint kir* - t! ,.-'.p irUnc 
..,.1 citrnt .,!! aOOSC pr ' - - ... .'..1 , I th. .,stTul- 
l.tude r.| pcr-.r. MDp] u <,l ,, ,,nd HUi.,nHm K by, our va- 
inanufactures, lueh it has bei-n the pol*- 
of a paten 

wr alt' The 

! in mHnu- 
l-i lures, cannot he I ilmnsof 



e> mid II.- 
.nd wuhmj 



dollar* :< rong in 
saying that ot . ' state, 
directly or md.r.ctU, t T pro- 
fits on labor from the partl siu-ecss that has a" 
this great branch n i-v tin- home 

We sliall here mak- some extracts Imm t'.- 
York papers, ami add such other things us our private 

r," (lnfh wi- are sorry 
to say is an ant l-t;nfl" paper), of tin I , said 

We hare been spending an hour and a hall tins morn- 
ing, unconscious ofthc tli" HI gazing Upon thr 
brilliant display ot (I 
the Masonic Hall. 

the pot hie hall u ri is such end- 

less variety in the specimi ' branches of 

nilUbli-y, that one is ultnoit t>r wildr 
examining them, in < rand classi- 

fy them. Albeit opposed to rc-tnction, we looked with 
uo jealous t ye on these succcsktul and IK AU'ilul exhibi- 
tions of work, executed ui >n f the ta- 
riff, if protection it be. 

ty and perseverance , nnd l>rl'. 

with tht sume mgtnuity and the v < ranee, 

thev are able toco : play is K! 

with any nation in the world d i ^nod- 

mother being in no wist; exc-pt 

that we should first mention the beuutil'ul mmuturc 
press of Hoe, on which the address, resolutions, inc. 
are printed, during the exhibition; and on the fine paper. 
of cTery hue, size and texture which Donaldson has sent 
to the fair. On the right of the entrance a handsome 
loom made at the JXlHtieawaii factory, for the use ol 
Glenham, was work'-d by hand power, to show its ope- 
ration. Water power i^ employed at the ' 
tor*. A k Jtis 

calfuLted tor the purpose of weaving broadcloth a yard 
and three quarters of piuno furies on 

the north side <-f tin hall is sjil.-rnJ.i!, and their tones are 
pronounced by musicians to t> A musical 

clock, made by UnEmmons, in 1 
ask-d lor which is $500, is truly s:, 
articles of domestic comfort awl luxury, we were partic- 
ularly struck with an elegant settee-! r, thr 
neatest specimen of the M>rt *e have see: 
cloth, of American manufacture, which covers the scat: 
of the sofas and settees exhibited, i 
The woollen cloths of every description arc c< 
very excellent, and very d i/ sur- 
prised to find a very fair niece of olive colored cloth, 
such as no one would object to wearing. rn::lcd two 
dollars and fifty cents ] ! "'l> '- 
from the manufactory of I)ickcnoi. .town, 
Massachusetts. There are specimens of all kinds and 
prices, from the Glenham factory. The exhibition of 
cotton stuffs is large and various. The finest is nrobabi/ 
unrivalled. Tbe patents of tin 

and good. We have, however, runt!. ipacc 

sufficient to enumerate the varieties of these art. 
.' flniannts ware is such as we n 

v. It almost equal;, tl- ' ' d op- 

posite to it, in brilliancy, and at first ittaken 

lor tin- more precious article. Baggot's cut glss sus- 
tains ks reputation in the pieces on the table at th^ fair. 
Specimens of painted glass arc bung before the windows 
t.dicate that an art supposed to be lost may be 
revived in this country. The stone-wan- of Henderson, 
which we hope will be successfully introduced, hs seve- 
ral times been mentioned by us in terms ol approbation 
The pitchers of this material, at the fair, are from classi- 
cal models, and very elegant. We canuot omit to men- 
tion, as useful improvements, the water-proof prunella 
iruUfrri far cnrrippr:' 



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REGISTER OCTOBBB Si, lafiO X. V. AMERICAN INSTTT1 





.(J.Ik- ton, etq. ami 1*. 11. Sehcnk, esq 


ry of Yr-'.M km '. 1 . !,. i 




thr w-ooltaek. at tcteno' 








which w re s 




:r. Its 


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"i some 


croll, with them 


> * large atuffed ea^le- a |iaatafiM, did grei credit < and good 


' 


mtpetided the slr drrorations nf tti- hall 


from the ap. > 


four colun. 


were *everalN 


'< |> .: , 'ii'Tits nt natiunal 






:urri, ronm 




its Appropriate column. 


rn was mii" 


>le a si 


age was erected, and on 


ly imagmet!. .>iii it 


h a wool sack; at.. 


was a 


'Ouch 


bag o( ron, HI K. r! in e\. 








* officers of t 


h;nl lccn eihibitcd 


and took tl -i-aik ,'','''' 1 




i ce was also, 



prrsidrnts i rr tented <>n ihe wool tack the c\ 

eonrotice oo the right nod left, unit the two secretaries 

IB front during which time a i 

thcgalN " met- 1 ing wascal- 

led to order; and thr prcmiumt were announced, and the 

diplomat awarded to the successful 

handc'1 orcr. \Vh. 

Ii ascended a stage prepared 
0axd an n 

tioa of the numerous au<! i ,'u i!,..t 

can he I' > MV, that 

-rt hare since declnrc1, that there was an 
Cj ofeoooexion the* > txitt between manufae- 

turn* 

, the t:.- 

Tourite tone ' 

chcttra, which wet ml raise 

thepat-intitm of the n'ulientx.- to a higher pitch tl. . 

. 

pan ii opining, prctian >' :!i the temple; 

I 

ended the second fair of the American institute, 

. Kpp'-araiif Displays 

tliat has T< r be< n < ; and c^lcul:i- 

.' i-fT.-cts, t ilahl- po.nl. Hv it, 

Ingenuity hathccn - :'nlustrj will be promoted, 

1 all our 

whole 

period, oot* (1 concourses 

whhh the occion at timet brought togrlh< 

' haracter o< <) thowt ut that i'< 



. cessity 

ofanj other restraint. It ith 
laws and our goTrrniticnt, operating < \1 <\ 

.a operate in its l> 
tion! \\. 

Oct. 19, said 

t jttrsvtioti and display which 
itinucd open two days longer than had heen ori- 
ginally proposed, in order to accoro modal. 

viously been able to view it, wat closed on Satur- 
ting. It is unnecessary to advert 
majftt, Qnless perhapt en fnuttmt. 

teems to haTe ,! approbation, and ercn 

from those who hae not voeatet of the 

Amerietn ttstem. We are not anxioui to gain prote- 
o (ar as thi may re- 

t wrliare of our - 

, totcelhMt v < oi the peo- 

'tr>urag- 

f OVrovo maoafaciurtt is > upon a broad 

-!. Ill Itl" w i t^y^ift 

it a good uU ultimately prevail it will 

account on tlie "close of tl.e 
lair" r 

Amr ican Tnititute wat ltt 

1 

or, was 

numerous x; 

tion which tl.' ut abate- 

ment. The room was crowded at an e< 
the two senior tire president* of th^ fnsi 



ru-lih a llic arts wa 

hungroi ai n and 

iret, which < h:..i before admired :t thr 

The general effect was fine beyond our limits to par- 

.-I (hr 
-sq. who C' 

H, surmount- 

.ikt in- 

t deparlnicnt before we witnessed 

. r < :il h me-..; raw material ol cotton 

and wo"l, w< , 

, MS well as gratified 
j)lMin, even-day wool- 
sack, without (!< <-'H. iii n a bul- 
wark, as well us an . nr national agriculture, 
was a bale of cotton. The tout entemble was dr 
of a more particular dem ri|i ion idci it n in our power at 
this time to bestow upon it. In t.,ct, we ought to apolo- 
gize for having attempted to d> scril>e it in so brief a space 
:n-l time as we havr at H Ute hour to allot to it. 

JOth ha* the following interest- 
ing nan u 

[Arsons who visited the fair of the American In- 

! to find o great :< 
soli' in the lianl* , r^nd for 

iunt on 
those "work- 

very fine, but we 

s of that description as in some others we could 
< gilt buttons from Attlcbnrough, Mass. 

much 

' Th gitiK 't.-awnn 

company were equal to il. -re told 

we under'.tmid, at t 

, i.i i-(itr t - mi'.ls r 'A'ilson, 

I .otidnti, ('oiiU'-cticiit. \* rihy of 

i-r ~ 

: been succ ng those 01 

Mr. \\ ^.,|JIK) of these mills (or 

' K hoses) annually, a considcrai' 

.iid the 

\\.st IIP! (.. Domestic competition hat 
priee about thirt) per ri-nt. within the l^st three yers > 
during which many improvements havr been made in thr 



iav.-h'it little to add. 

.;. in all Us parts, he) ond 
i. opts ol its friends, an. t A ill r.-ndc-r 

tcturers 

' ^hich 
m Better 
i iniportaiice, 
for they have a common interest to support. 

Perhaps nothing excited so much attention a* the broad 
>wpr loom, from the Glenham factory, made at 









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. InterttI a*d rtpaiation t Make, hioh ib 
rvigner to 

lHlhctainMMlMtkt*Uir \VewifilbMihrs 
blely MV M our neurwoo i 

iuloeM -,.-! coojont , I the openfton, emplot- 

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fee. Of the dry good*, about S-tts were of domettfc 



ID comparative 



vflderoeas, the . 



American industry and capital m transportation. 

MR JEFFERSON'S OPINION." 

' . the M T*/. / hit irrofrijt. 
When president, to ISO?, be wrote to John 

l have tired you, r fnrad, with a U>. 
yourteiliumw.llew4lsia fevliawemore. Mine 
two veer* to ewture. I am tired of M office h, T | 
en do o more good than many others, who would be 
tbdto be employed sn it. To myself, ptrv.i 

trayaodJrU ry drwdgery , 

of fneoda. Every office beeominf vacant, every ap- 
ehtainil mede me dtnne un ingrat, el cent ewumu 



tngrat, 

I and a hundred eoe- 

My only oooanbtioa win the brhrl that n,v i, I- 
t larfe giTp me credit for good intentions. " 
Is the nrar year he pve the following explanution to 



Oar government, although in theory subject to be di- 
Beoted by the unadtised will of the president, is, and 
from its origin baa bren, a \cry different thing in prao 
tiee. The minor business in each department is done 
by thr head ot the department, on consultation with the 
IHHtdinT alone. But all matters of importance :>r diffi- 
culty, re suitmrttfd lo all the heads of depxi 
cnmposmg the cabinet; sometimes by (!>' 

. g (hem separately and successively, MS they hap- 

. .<!! on him; but in the greatest cases by calling; 

lhm together, discussing ihr subject uiMturely, snd finHl- 


li'ot as one. So lht in all important cuses, vlit- czeculife 

, vkf.ich certain)} the presitlci 
cenirol; but of this tin. re was never an exampu 
In the firtt or in the present administration." 



niOLIC COUNC 
from tfif Baltimore Gazette, of Oct. '23. 

t hi- Roman Catholic clergy of 
ales has recently been held m this city an 
event of such rare occurrence, that we have mat 1 
ry, and have bren obi ig.i -I with &oi 

-,; to itt which will be interesting to our rca- 



TV tnlatm * conpofrd the council, 
The moat rrTertod Jane* Whitfield, arcbbuhop of 



The rigfct reverend Benedict Joseph Flaget, bishop of 



The rigbl reverend John England, bishop of Charlcs- 
lon, and V. G. of East Florida, 
The right reverend Edward Feowick, bishop of Ci- 



1 he right reverend Jose|>h Rosati, bishop of St Louis, 
and administrator of New Orleans. 

The right reverend Benedict Joseph Feuwick, bishop 
of Beaton, Aod 

The very reverend Will, a. n Matthews, V. A. and 
administrator ol Philadelphia. 

The absent fir t lute* were 
KTbe right reverend John Dobois, bishop of New 

tTW r%bt reverend Michael Portler, bishop 
rbt reverend John D. M. David b, 



coadjutor to the bishop of Bardstown, and 
prootoc of the bbopof New York. 

The council was opened m the cathedral of Baltimore, 
on Sunday, Us* 40. o? October, and closed in the same 
bMttboD Sunday, the ISthoM be 



The right reverend Henry Conwell, bishop of Pbila- 

oftbe dioeesstoa 
see, for an 

, has lately returned, 
the administrator. 



delpbsa, having left the 

vicar apostolic, appointed by the holy 
ed period, upon his going to Europe, 
but tbe jurisdiction still contmaes in t 
* Absent in Eorope, with perroinkw. 









were diseussril. prevuiu^ 
i 
dioeea?, ol Bahm 

- TV revert ol Dr. John Powei 

Thr >rn reverend Caher Dxierosbaky, soperioro] 
The fry reverend Mr. F. Carrie n . -t. Sul- 



hdLoubDeloul, D. I). 





Therevenml M 

Ojfners <;/ 
Secretary t*. 
hdwar.l 1 D. D 

Assistant do. do. 

^icisl*. Kciirick. 
r of cereruonirs, J 

:.rll-st grli 

clergy of the United Stale 
was held m I? 

and etabii I'unorc, 

wa recomnu'.'kl to lx 

..; which s- ' t 

i the tliM- 
(!? advisers 

!.(.-se statu'. 
confirmed at Rome. 

;.<jlitau see of 

bishop (Carrol!) wa-> 

Hobtt n were 

ed; all the dioceses a pro- 

vince, (of which there may be s und us 

there is hut 

recently assembled here was b- 

al. The prtv 

more and the h.sh- 

cant, but it administered by t!. 

Philadelphia is adm -th il... 

ot the bishop the bishops ,1 1 and 

Mohil. n has a 

>r who has b;cn COIIBT: 
cwslro, where his presence is ru 
intheadministratio, 

We team that much business <: 'o thu 

church L .Misucti-d m 'iiatitis 

conteroi 
It is also 
Catholics in t(- 
cil, is nearly if not fully, half a nn'.: 

Pursuant to a resolu'io: lio compose* 1 . 

inst. to pay th 

,lorioun 
charter of the country's Ireedo: M roosj 

good old patriot and his amiable family. 



LA VAS 
7xi Fayettt't T 

"At 1 o'clock we embarked with a numerous company 
to go to dine with general Jackson, residing at thedir.- 
f.v of some miles upi! '! many 



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UoulaHf to the 

V OUT OttOMJOO. Mr i 

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o kMto WdlMl rcptm ,. 

OIHMC hOmMpbCTB, vlMOB UbOTtiC* OTO U 4o tO tm 

M those of bit oatire ouolry. M 

(Fro. ih. fVMmv -*J~I of CM,,,,, of 

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tipUl vhieh 
OM0MB vhiefc 

fvoenl, from 

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the procesaion at t 


ie, now at i! 


, 
distant. The spectacle 


. > t. v. i .. tii.. in ihr ii.o.i,, 1,1 1,1 danger 
ill is w ill jJiow 


entry of the K eni-i 








persons lined the urd^e and 














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. ..I fcn:ui of them bearing 
US ol Fra6c a : States, was 

pfipaiTil (or (he $ .ih his snite 

. 

serobla^e > I pe<>p!- 
On the arrival of the procession at the Isle Bhbe, a sa* 

s fired from ' 

tar a short stay, the g- n> -i -al < 
to attend the dinner 
ettr, b> Irt-r masons ot i)> 

It was on Mondai tin- 7tli in- .: .mil lunqut-t, 

given lu honor ot the g-ncral, i k place at Hie . 
cent saloon tyct, 

The rooms wr .leg*nil\ du -., d with : 
atone end were seen the portraits ot Washington and 
Frauklm. and the ..ut ol i . Brown- 

ed with a wr- Is. On his arrival, at 4 o'clock, 

cries ot 

-SOU of the inhabitant!, ot Lyons, the 
elite of thai city, sat down to a sun < 
pared lor the occa^un, at which presided M .i.s IVun- 
de, assisted by 30 men, committee of ar- 

rangements. Among the distinguished persons invited 
to the banquet wen 

MM, deputies o< 
Cbcvncr, deputy de I 1 
grnr 1Y,,,<T, Mr. Mr-! 
.rteandM. 
uUes from the ciues of 1 

1. I. 

2. General L*i 

m battle, and ott 



ties and ile OBhO 
o. L:day i 
Messrs. Ado I; 

MUX, of Pans, and ti. 
toasts * 

. .met. 

er warriors have been vie* 

him in emu 



(e then rose, "You have been v 

es gentlemen," said he "of the marks of affection and ot 
confidence, wit!. Lonulntiuu of 



us has 
I to receive roe withm ti, it-selves 

flattering and lam surrounded al tins patriotic i 
by Objects ol such peculiar g< .,:,! h, 

sperflaous, and above all impossible, to express to you 
moment the r. my "lit. 

gentlem i. * ill be concentrated to them. I a 
and Itappv that my VIM ht re has lunushed another oc- 
casion i to express its constant 

to resist ew r> v.t 

I ne general then spok< 
! to the peopl. by the chart their rights o 
/I elections, and of the censor 
ship of the press, and alter having paid a just tr 
the noble an the national guard 

of Lyons took at the important ep - 
occasion to ex^irmir the position of the I'oJign. r 

t measures which it tin 

the liberties ol France. ' \\ e are menaced sax! 
hostile projects, but how will they be efl 



the arms and in the purses < luals 

knows its 

knows likewisi Let 

ling al- MIS I. sgainst thfl 

sanded j libri a the 

J low ing t ' 

I .yons 
luragWoi 

its prosj 

social and natural rights, which it has r 

This toast was followed by unanimous ueclamatk>n. 

- interruption wl, 

uniHiidir of the national guards, oV 
Lyons, in an el forcible sn< ch, dwelt cu tlio 

'hat corps to the D ot the 

ncluded with thf following toast 
:,e national guanls of France, and to their illus- 
trious founder Lafav 

Mons. Tis- Mowing: 

us for 

d as the mod- 
ot h' 

Mr. Hr.uli i utes consul, rose and ruplied 

"pi rnul mi on this happy oc- 

nigs ol pn 'itude, 

witti which 1 acknowledge the honor ol tx-nig Civile I to 
al this the patriotic banquet ot the inhabitants of 
^ons, to the illustrious citizen of the two hemispheres, 
will abstain, gentlemen, from retracm., here, the huro- 
e pait he took in the glorious w*r ot the independence 
f the United Slates. The happy reme. nbrance ol thai 
norable event, is engraved on the hearts of eve- 
will be consecrated in Uie most hi illi..: Msiory, 
s that(-i ol the liber- 
ties of France and of America. Receive the expression 
if m\ >uo^t sincere grntilude for the toast which has 

...L to ill- A.nei.c-:,;i p<- pic, of wh 
tonor 10 he one of the official represeiiUtivcs in your 

urn 1 beg i 

,-t arini.unteil by proposing" 

* fiance United to ihr stales ot Ihe American union, 
M .ii.'l li.i.niuin, and rn.i\ the du- 
ration of the triendl 

. the two countries, be perpetual." 

The following toasts were afterwards drunk: 

I lie constitutional deputies of 

M\ M. >. bout n 1 hr m- m : r of the 

. against despotism 
H nd sun cause ot liberty. 

H. M ice Lafayette A worthy 

is. He marches in the path of 
I, is illustrious father. 



-I patriotic couplets, wilh music, composed for 
the occasion, were alti-rwanh song, and r< c< iv< d uith 
great appUuse. The enthnstasm excil breast 

presence ol the general, rnanif-ste<J .tself fre- 
quently ' course of the banquet, in repealed 

The fete terminated in a collection lor Ihe benefit of 
the sufferers by the. late fire at Lyons, which produced 
1 HOO francs. 

membrance of i! ,^ festival, a spon- 

taneous tribute ol admiration and gratitude, * ill long be 
cherish' it by the inhabitants o! I Ihe recep- 

tion of the friend of Washington, and ih firm support- 
he rights of the F, eocli people, within their walls, 



they succeed by the chamber of deputiev* My honora- 1 will form an important epoch in the annals cf their city 



ItKGISTER. 



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M! MS9 ^ .LANEOUS. 



Would to heaven, ih 

i the condition of these net 
.ey would 

labor**; li I, on perdwy, QMI I 
tain hair meal 
to b< 

.ulr,-i h..ur>. 'It .1 IB aM. . 



luie ! llu !..'. i- 

oor i it a wMa 



The j 1 . 0-. ,. hist n ' isoi will i t -t ml against them, 
A year 0* plcttr <**>( not to be a season o? distress in 

!<-s*ings of GOD : 

naoght by the acts of men, in this respect, ,i,<l -].. 
Atttlrf Ar natural effects .-< : 

rwmstances, in a way that cannot be in 
What ought to be is nothing; what is . 
The Joe of the aneients w*a compel I . 
r.l t,' thr I'. 
ship but it ! 
and soils, habits at 
we cannot change t 

the notions of the "philosopher*" will reman, 
tieablc 

us slightly glanced at a most important sub- 
joct, ont ol respet' 

Enquirer." On UK n- principles it is that all 
nations have acted, with some beggared exceptions 
such as Portugal, who 
British aval ice and cunning, in 

Kyafate t/tat tone seem willing should he ours. D| 
Bat on this matter we do not wish to speak jn?t now. 
The time may come when we shall probe it to the bot- 
tom. Weir lie intelligence And virtue 
<.t our people, that ill- ' will not suffer thtmseh 

!, to Itriti&h domination: and 
is their purpose, they will i. 
-trade in ALL things. Britain will 
"Spot t ,ut we will 

in the contingency M..U .1. A Id be ac- 

coonted tn/hmu, who will not demand ai 
or, rettricl vitU rtttric 

. that the /;; 
trade," the "Student" 
inler that it might suit us seeing that our : 
are differc 

:i very unsatisfactory 

sthutions are local lor the sole regulation of our own 
iottrnal affairs, as to ourselves seem IUOM 
happiness there is only 

of trade are general tliet e is a foreign as well as a 
local interest to IK -.00 or more parties 

concerned. This subject was M.d-Tstond by 

.' congress ut second 

act patted by that congress ha relation to it. 

But we shall refer more at large to this point helow. 

combatthiz our remark that "free 
' never had advantageously existed, 8tc. sa) s 
"Hut we are not wholi 
avbjeet 

apparent effects of the restrictive system, ml > 
land and France as favorable examples, why wi! 
turn to oar own country, to enable him to jud^ 
effects of freedom of trad nation of people has 

ever been known to advance so tepidly in wealth and 
population as our own, from the very coramenc< 

itory to 1 107, the commencement of ail our diffi- 
culties' Yet, during that luur, cut- commerce v 
paratively unrestricted. Does not this one . 
which we meet with, afford sufficient experience to an- 
nihilate the argument ' Our d. 
and bard times have commenced with our restrictions, 
and have travelled on pari passu togi 

We esteem this as a very unfortunate paragraph for 
cur opponent It is one, and the first, that we can grap- 
ple with by figures and facts. The gentleman has taken 
only a 0nr-nWr</ riew of the subject, ! does n' 



Iret things as 

"free* 1 ' 

' atrld laid fn ' K!< willi n- \\i >i v ni'^l'i do nn 

llial 

c.es and oi.llions 1 

ot scoui 
pots." ^ 

fiatness ti NEi'THAL/fri^-, ami do the businett <</ 
tiont, tu \fll (U t/itir oieli! 

misfit rrstr 

irade" in ' 

r professor 

know tlm, v. , books; bn 1 

wit 1 1 Ihf uorM will rontiovcit (lie l.u-ts suggested, 

man among us, however tin 

.v oti Id prod 

it. 

; .nl alluded 
to. Ki 



ot flu-, 
continent of Kurojr :a-ntral, 

and floating! \ >!l, inull<|. world; 

and W* baa ^lonons "I-HKK THAI': 
1" 1 1. wl.ich, in 1701 ;<IH! ol tin; 

Fix nuh i 

.iounf ol two hundn-d tunJ tt 
i fit the s/ioi 

p>l t( dr. i 

ut tin- ],! 

ret trie ted all 

cept her owo, and Hriti:!, 

ports of continental Europe. ^ 

..n l.ind,WK hady 

i of our prosperity! Hm tins- 
or liute of tl. us, or, t'. 

i;it this "i 

crfft, between which oar vessels were equall) 

cd with seizun 

These at rm-asuies, rc- 

which 

Nl*ni;v. 
'i:ts no more 

. aiifl war, 

iliun to > nil of 

I.S'.M (,t ti:ii! 
Ktorrnt, or (lie dotngs of tr< > liis ljuhiness 

In-, :ts lit. 

to 1808, be brought into argument on the general "free- 
dom of trade." 

liut does the "Si i i we imposed no 

>s on tin-! . ouh he not that, 

.:.:! 1S16, weha^fieavy <l< 

.i.tVr uilll t! 

specially agreeing to grant 

us* that w !IM si.r c<:nis |.er ton, on 

y of 

artk'les paying 100 dollars di ;n Ame- 

rican vessel, paid 110, if imported in :i t(u< >^n bottom^ 
1 -i was about \n'*\, in : 















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toa 4 oar toflev WNM.tM 4 to koMr to 
o rivM tafc* toad in *. No * * 

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KotC Mr.-r TO ro' 

Tim 



I bat IMM.MMl MW 

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nrt,% n to rvfcrv, aod !*> to A* 



. pour ovn MhrtAtol 

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ru bouw I ,*/rt. 

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(>!' 1816 
' much o the ind : 

..rra-ljr Mlonobed t the 

II i. ^ -nlr-i. f i . M \ 

"A m. coi Uieury 

:r prctiv .it liMitrl , ,i OftOMM !>*.... . . 

>.fermf our nrkbo|M to rr- 

^ut in Kir.N-. but r. I. r > 



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oa whu 

Me or reduction 

Tgnment that prtlrc 

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t iac the UvorKc phrase of nti-i:rifiitc. IUi 

. ,,,..' >ul ' CM, ' ' '' ' i!>" pi K-- "1 

ih-ir <>!., i.. . ' ' ; '' V-'ii!.;- AtiM-n.-au n.iisiiiii- 
er< mod, though Uie range ot our country m w 



CAM may be advantageously cultivated, is comp; 
unal!. we have no manner < 
that 1 1 if dometuc competition '- 

e of sugar lo tUc fawtt; ' '> bear, 

at compared with ' 

nrobablv soon -..ppear muni' st. t!..i slave-labor is dear- 
er than that Ol Tin- i,nti', ..t present, is 

to Louisiana more valuable than the r 
ever discovered. We shall revert to this subject.] 

PrBLic B*BT. H-iving laid aside- t!..- 
view to some remarks on the currency which we in- 
tended to make, < *av, that the secre- 

tary of the treasury has 
per cent stock of 1813, that, nn the firt ot .' 
he will par off upwards of three milliont ol the national 
debt. 

TUK liauvnTWiy F_ It is stated in the. New York pa- 
pers that the : int. riininlmi; tin- nnln 

aaililH < ! .fficiency of the appropri- 

ations made at the last session ol congress to meet the ex- 
pense. .r..re.ed to Lis- 

nakc certain special <ieiuands of Don Miguel, as 
seizure of certain American vessels.] 

CBIMES ix MARTLAXD. Large cities, from t!, 
nature, are the places oi resort of rogues ami 
from all quarters; for in these they may carry on their 
petitions with comparative security, because of tin 
multitudes of persons with whom they are mixed. Bal- 
timore, however, is not a very "snug harbor" for them. 
They are pretty soon fere tied out, and comp 
ly f if escaping arrest, liul uhen Hrrest-il, tti.\ h*- 
escape punishment, and are again let loose on 
society, by removing their trials, on m st tr.i. 
tences, (as the law allows them), to HII adjacent 
at a great expense to the city, 

the witnesses against tie in, will, : iscs, not 

appear again u tin m. This is a grou.ng 

jJljr calls for the interpositc -stature. 

We, surtly, would afford, to the most consummate 
atootuirel, a "fair trial;" hut t; t it CHiuiOt be 

obuined in Baltimore, on behall ol ttrangert whose 
aaes or off. ucs are unknown to a 
the range of the police and tin- inliMbiunt^ 
ridkulous . wed; for the coat of 

innocent, 

lallion ttiv ( \ U one person, 

who lately reruoc<l his case to Annapolis, has been sen- 
tenced to tvtniy-Jivt ycari in the penitentiary ou< nr 
thcrt vere remanded, ike -minute* not answering. 
Thus the cit will have to bear the expense ol 
them in jail six months longer, and then of send ing them 
back again. had reached the 

probable desunalion, the penitentiary, ti 
least, be compelled to earn the cost ol their board and 
lodging. 



number of persons, who 

- 
E I 1.1 11 ; 

which might IH 

ArmtxTMCFcni at TUK r.: i >llow- 

inrann 

' 

/ / >tisul of 

ami Sun Illa < ' 

nl tl,-- 

:,a, und lor the ports of Peru, vice 
Willni 

i.e consul f 
Stales at San A MX, I>--' r| H 

John JH. Bovycr , a , to be consul ot 

States Mt ' .rles Douglas 

re nid \ 

, to i.r oharge' d'affaires of < 
States to the republic of I'< i u. 



The following littl 
graph shews what proltction has accoinplish<-<l m luvor 
ot our navigation 
A London ; 

as then t:i. 'he //o/j'/on 

docks ac.-ir^o ol .V-.-r/j.' cotion wool : 

\\r refer this t- .k-ration ot ' 

,1 economy." 

om the Evening Pott. The follow - 
ment of the nn.xitU ol i 
the city of New York, as v:lu 

the present year, with the amount "i vwhih 

it is mule to pay, has ben. in-m the comptrol- 

ler's office. It is an inn-resting document, inasmuch us 
it shows the vast amount ot property over which the 
common council exercise, by tl, t art CT, a con- 

trol 

Total assessment of real estates in 

the year 1S29, $76,834,88000 

do "Personal" -i'Jl.136 00 



Total assessments, value 
Amount of city tax, 



507,107 24 



ii.e recent visit of this vessel 

our navy to Kngland, produced some interest there. 
London paf^r f^ %*c| has been vmted hy a 



|CJThe general election in this state comm.i 
Monday last, and continued three days the reason tor 
which we .in- wholly at a loss to 

there wn -sides much "scat- 

.;i some of these; <i fi.r charter officers, the 

people seem< id. We shall make all 

! record of the r 

Judging by what we see in the newspapers, thry must 
is time" of it in " v pulling 

.r theassem! 

ranking confusion worst- i ' *>y the dissentions 

about c presses great 

. 

| 

Uj M.dl ticket" and invoked all parti-s to ex.-rt th.-m- 
sclves to put that tu-L- , wh -. 
up by Fanny Wright, Robert Dale O*n. ",.! U 1 
nings"] down, as being oppo-i d to ll> 'al laws 

ol socie' : range doings :.; 

cky last year, will t. 'h.<t "it is 

i th:.n to la> him;" and that t i He the 

ufacture voters, once taught, is not 
easily forgot 1 

rHiLiiiKLpr.il. From certain tables publish 
late number of the "Register ol Pennsylvania," it ap- 
pears that the county tax payable bv the city in 1829, is 
77,544 17. City tax', 222,805 5?. Poor taj, 59,136 26. 
Total, 359,486 04. 









10 rat I. lAiabU ^r***, 

,0.000 dollar** 






0.000 dollar** * dl I!K u pa*d.jr tbbN 

.. '.. l|| ,l,.l.<- IH, itirli !,> ,-,-' if. 

ki - It ,, , .. , .* t .1 . r< . ., !. 

,,., 1 .,. .11, I,, ll.r V;.> 

't" I . l--i r\j., i.. i ' ^ . M 


uM ..k. do they pay tboM " 






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'.. 



thrrr l> urth. rrr(l,r ,, 



..; [.- . 



<bli!ioncr|icn to cowmo- 

n Porter, t Cl.- ce-m- 

ttU. of October, br 



r painf 
l nrH> lur year*, u affbnird mr un, 

l.n.! .-'lobr 



Mlry 



rr .1 Irli to 



at o*rr m tie boom of my fanulv. to IM- 

tl, ..,',. I 

py poriod ol m Mr, and among i 
my eboke, I eould d,,<- dully p.* the rrmamd. r 

rtof.r* by iaelia*- 

'idea, aod^twf had an opp 

Ol IU>ki:>( .J'.f I ...;.,, I U,r , , .MUM,!, .,(, . M| 



Mid pmoo I bare t*d afford*. I am fully and 

'>** ^j* ^*i.i'ttiijtJi*'T ', .t r* iii4.- 

ori|inalK pnn 

K-. ; and no 



...] ioM bftUa* h a . 

- 









l>roduee theenjot 



gentlemen, to d> 

'. and nroaprntv D.laware 

etmniy; may thry loof enjoy . 

,-roOucu, all thr rallli m..l happwc** that 

!uiry ad j - 






;,.., 



wfll lech another ! x on thn ' 
OHIO. The Situbeo. 




. -J^ktot,' 
l<an." n! ft J*ckr.r 

-..,-jorrfy alB***VacM w MJtia*ta+> 

repuMteani ill bat* ft bffer j r -i tbftft) 
But another paper r Urn* a mijomy of 






Ikfbipiy, |f.rmor of 

call o'clock co 

ith at nr.mioairt by ft'*o*4 tbe 
erhrrd from tbe trunk of a trve, 
carriage to a TON! the rtiaf.rr abovt u i 







>gf proctaouo faito^d bai rr- 

- 

s ^ '''',' , . 

In con*c M ucn (ubetMloral o r 

b tern | ;,reinJrl > 



, one of the 



large eit , ihrofh the toduOr* and aworM o < 
ud acllMhn o*t of doarlto 







5- 

" ' 



.M-goternor. 15 werv 

> pereioptcr.ly refuted to 

' 

' feUovmgur: 

plKrr a I 

^^^V'tf Jaako and A Adam* 

It 

, mbcrt have been 

tn> oona, . b U-tr, 

>t may tirvuftbcn orrtam remark* 

h a culcuUlion, if 

xeeire the nael uujority c( 

om.jM t 

ricSO, aaxl Soaaenet SO. 

' apeaktof 



1(7. r Ay 

,u l.uu.. . MT now go** up, and .dl brn^ij MippJ, 
.c (.rcvrut ovrr^ 






.> -!. i . !f . 



tCs carry Hif Iron* to to S3 paaani 
rrf ular lnp i - dad) . aod I 

t boat that nwkrt lour ITKBC <amj|y t gencraJ* 
jiiMHir*. \Vr thouiJ like to ao* at*. 
ol tha town, im br to that h*h n 



nuallj pablnbcd of Ptrroo. 



iaum. late cAorrrifa/ktrt from 
xrd PbaVklpb* c tbe Mb uh. 

itoftvUtTMi 



M* BABOA Pciaua*. Ute cAorfV 
Portmj 

undrr a r frowi tbe dotnet oou; 



Itte MIIU o/ one hund. cd ihiAiftaod dtllar, wh*^ 



l?.c dc- 



I 



roajnie of the nemt day - 

b MMBJ . M .- aelore >l ' i 
abcv cauae of aation and vby 



rv mtioi ., . . >".<- 

vat the detaMiion, b) the de*td4. of 



theai entered poa, aad thtr 
|*he a*e paper ol a Mbte^onl date oar no 






Mi.- vliSCELlANEU 



In theaetkmbn 

. ...,,..',-.; ;, :. ..!,'-. ll:.r... 



I u B . :nd was kept m r 



Raking small man* ha* t 



. , /. lrt< . thi !' MI >i: '.; 

pear much plainer than those etehed or mpno 

int. 

4 a map of a part of . pub- 

listed fc'W day* since in one of the Boston papers (we 

notsnffiocntir adn, . <1 how it 

had been t!" ' IM smull im- 

- puli- 



interest 






AFRICA now has upwards of 1 ,500 in- 

soil is let-tile, nnd * 

them Mates -Is establish* 

appear to be rap, 

d States. The colonist .. 
"exported $70,000 worth of , 
reatp natives, am! are obtaining an 

i them. '1 
J slaves are now waiting the movements 

..'<_ them, for riM.i .\.,1. l.-u the. lunds arc 



Ilnrri*n MISIMII s From a var. 
ihe sme knd, wv > . late English 

paper to s) 

flunettr, a v.llage of aboul 70 houses, 15 i uhich 
are desert n'-. I !>y weavers 

and calico {it . pl^cc wears a moat Ilrvnrr as- 

ilos arc brokeii 
Socneof thoi< 

to live m. I'iie landlord ot t'. 

"Twelve rrars g I nv n : club day; 

the la JL\. Von 

7rt meat, murh tr^i drink; tln-y ha\e no dinners now 
when tbejr meet; besides, some lamilie* ;: 
at Rawtorutiill, and otlu-rs at Awlilon-undcr-L.' 

cottager*, 40 of whom re '', in one si 

fit. J .d ; m l*Vt it was JEWS 10s. 1 : 

1 1829, is - 
i rat- proportion. I asked the overv 

nn; hdt ihe sevrrily of iliktress was 
uninitr^ 
tbote who rrmain are not dealt with *~ 



.11 used. 



;,* as fifty years- 

vias spent on shore; and r: l-.it iwclvr vears of 
Ins lile he wms only or 
sion, he was twenty-two month* n? *rn, wi;, 
an and:- He poss- 



' . 

'< by soi< 

1 

Inn. ' r was lately 



I 
:4 forward : 

1 

was as i. 
priest who at'. 

o siu-ll a country as I: 
Kngliah domination, tint h 
I its iiihahiCints should he totally ignorant 
ot the langua- lis laws by which they art: gov- 

'iicial ilouiment, it 

appears the terms UIK!<T which *] capitulat- 

ed, AS stated in our last, were inr- itv.t, hm 'd- ^ii thu? 

accounts furnished, we roust think the Mexican com- 

' n the most judicious 

.l\ in impress oo the i ' tin- folly 

of attemuting to subject his ribrllioii > |>ro\ 
hundCul ' 

go\i-rniu .'ivd ofthe i. 

:ind the i ' hy her instim 1 \ <|'K -1 

and tiiii' 

/uni 

men, arrived at 'I :.' .It. 

irdlr. 

and colonel Jose A i ol Antonio 

lx)p- i:tl-in-chipl ot the \|. 

army; :md brigu^ . and 

maj. i das, 

/ubiic ol 

and having exchanged thru respectiN 
ers, ajcree to the following ai tides: 

1. On the moii, 

Spanish forces sh: '!u- ton on the liar, the 

troops with their urm:.i I.- ..i ing, in order 

N. iih tluir niiiruiions of war, 

they shall be commuixlrd hy 

general M 

the army. The said troops l. n- officers in 

Tampa , ilu ir swords. 

whole 

l>as bhull iiianl. out in, maiid ot gene- 

i 'ran, and slmll deliver <>s, Hags 

: I ot Altimira. 
.. swords. 

most solemn- 
> ;te property 
uf ev 

to the city of 
v embark for 

i-anibh general to 
Havana one 01- two otiicris, to obum transports 

> the cost of the 
n during its stay in the eonn- 
!o he coil 

ing to the Spanish 
ire unable to - 



7,lSet- 












bf to the lora- 

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rvH-tl by n general. IHr rrocial, l Ma 

aiooffei .oroico-\ 

:riicanrr|Hibl*c. lotfl 



>o ttoll U- made knowo to 
crocial. 



\, J!,, 



cn UK aoatf of Oaiara, and paaird du l 
kMfMMM 



li 

NHM tm tror, 
tnmblc- to twbdue 

M ichalurm provaUeU at 


uetroopa. 

M 



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od Irttftli cl It ucaloriaUd for 

t-unh'-ti. Md Ike cspcuM be*. 

boui < 



J ,. , , r. \\e 
CUM- oT UM Cun of (Mr 




i I, K(. rrnders iWaVMjr WIJMJI 

IT bborwM to th present paatora. The other* arc to 
it oni.'onr*. in |lae s vhere UM noaalwr ol 
otrstanls ha* greaUy mcrraaril. The crratioa of ait 
rl a i new oral one gives an official ciistrnee to the ihatlini 

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ixhe 
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r th 

I minblcrsh\c rntrrrdupon 

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tttO 



,Jt>r), .f>d SL 



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.Aist 



the An I rvrur, and the Upper Alps. 



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jtow of raal 
ATartftrre rood. io 

l,e-U i-r. Mr. XV 

iw%M 

MM II M\ I 

Ddra*loadlrthpir t 

... ... , 






Si II 

;'*' i '..* . , - 



to MOVC UM Uwr used, ihM Ud putatM^f 

Miictin of twu rmi-iml enrm^rr*; and erc- 









to o- U a Ur 
* depot 10 kr,-p the 

.: . 
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\V 



/ 

ilay to ituc*u a aacne b 
mkiajlj proved the existence of the diitreu hich I. 'A. 
the working rliMvt. Satnr 



x, .. 



; ' 






KRESTIV> LiT.MS 



, motion WES first given by other p*wci 

. 

with 617 I .u. 

vmg. 
li Ib, 12 o. and upwards were usrd to bring the 

... \ I nod lVk>-M4 it nvvftaY Iv mmm~A In 

earr age anu loan ior waro, if MI varsaoiy gained ' 

from them it would appear, ' 

- !, may be broup' 

imagined. 

advant- 
ages under > 

whm c >n\:<! . - ghn ' il Brat, l^ "tin i 

: slow speed. 

[From the above it wdl be v the Ameri- 

can) that rating the power of a horv 

.awn by a single horse at 
,] of two and a half miles per hour.] 

nun* rn 

,..' tin- u! 

25th to " s -, viz: 57 lor St. 

clongt< 
i 

' 



ihllblil;.- 



\\ i i-.ur.s-n> 

Trcmoin /. ' 

CT r a*w lor the accommodation of traveller*, wasopen- 
. d at Boston on the 22nd uli. fur the rect ; 
company It is uncommonly well fitted for the comfort ot 
private lamilics, as well as of persons who desire to be 
in a crowd, ami mix with the people. 

ml has been instituted 

against .-> f.tor for a libel on "his grace" but 

the paper repeals that "hew proud, t* over-bearing, is 
grasping, u dishonest, i* un ; 

>. An id-a > : ome exlen-. 

vale apec nlauont 1 1 . nscoun- 

.'liavtew to its annexation t" Stales 

lime. 
Tltc Lnpcr can.il, so < 

oid some 

ceremonies. U opens a 

stone quarries of Mr. L- navigable waters o 

..a, lor the supply ot tha 
d is anobl 



..s an: 



' nieidat. ( ) 
disposed of all their I.:: 
previous to icm ,\ 
uot numerous 

.f ungular occurrence hap; 
. i. A druggist has a nu 



>y %> it Inn 
e shew 



few 



He 



is obliged to keep out the bright light .i (he sun on ac- 

- is sup- 
rush vindow ruru.i.s both of whicli h.< 
act on fire in a number ol ; 

ough several bottles. I maybe 

u sef u I t o o ' [ Troy Sciaintl. 

/. A day or two ago a vev 

-aimed in 

cabin-boy there was nut 
'had the si ghest acqutinUi 

se bus- 
ness under lite style f the tW( the al- 



the health ohWr 
the jwrt o! 

Thr 

iho vessel * 



il>geuce. 
nersmul have !> 

M. Dtttly. 
\\ . u...I ...mml that gold 



olleetint: bable however, that in rooil 

to adhere to ilu old n 

>l making money through il. 

is in- 

S'orth C >i 

I iy blanks 
Ohio, t s slate, which now 

, Mass. 

Farmers b:. i nj, and Jivet 

of Philadelphia receive $5,000 a 
iln-ir apparatus in repair, fctc. 
like man- 
ner, assisted >MI. 

elector nf /fct r < s sent a special mis- 

sion to I ,on of Ma<! 

< lcrsasalar> 
i;ut Paris t 

r seems much in lo\e \n:. the l.xly, to the am 
: his own fanul>, :<n<l h< 
Cotlly tir ! 

ror Of RoMUt, kingo4 Prussia, fete, by tlir city ot 
... 

^ i ales at 
London, and family, arrived last wi . 

Miessee eler 

tly a senator : nit. to 

supply the vacuncy occasioned by the rea%i. 
L'uton. M. (.; (indy was elit i 
by a bai. sixty votes 

.on, and 12 lor \N in. L. 

'I'obaccn. Sundry bales apparently of cotton. 

iiscovered to com., 
.lilies of tobacco. 

.'. In (he council of Vermont, there are 5 at- 
tornies, 3 merchants, 1 manufactun : .iers. 

In the. house of representatives, 17 merchants, 7 man- 
ufacturers, '2 i. icior, iWatloi in- ,, 
-ymen, C physicians, ai > rs. 

I 

is the reason why the sessions ol tin I. jjislalurr 
of this state HI Ij so short, audits expenses so 

id two sittings a day.] 

, now (wi I 

. it having been .ncreascd ^8,060 during ihe 
past year. 

There are 384/254 bushels of salt i. 

- 

Ji/ C. A'iWic';-, ol Philadelphia, having with flrttf 
disinterestedness and d< -\ 

'.nid the 

csi-md,andUo 
L. wit is 

slated some days since, [says 
'borers had 

. MI k.n;_; 
M.-ake and Ohio Canal. i'rom the Ilinnini;- 

bharpei - p -port unity in 

for laborers, to swindle a vast numtier ot imh^ent indi- 
viduals of guineas, i ;iruciuing lor them 

me to Ant' . 

ucic wa ' i (. .inp..- 

i! on u 

man named \\ , !is: . <l, HUI| 

each py h mi one id tiieir 

learned that, though 500 persons were wanted, Mr. 

tiaexrrii Huh Iht^ 
person '.'. ci> 






..famous affair 
from the Lot. It h;tsc'~ deal of 



l**9 '1 



. of UM food. Thry vcrr < twvft VellcAa*cl*4. 



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170 NILES' REGISTER NOV. :. i^-MKMM A CONVENTION 







- .^.o ?*>> to- 

iiSsftS! 



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Hilt I 



127.. . . s,890 

.'1,357 






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fi 

8isrilisiiigri 



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sswr=W5?P ? - 



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1818... .11,445 
1819 i 



1823.. . 

is-Ji : 

1888... 



1,340,87" 
1,558,336 

1,549,508 
1,488,644 



S/uf)9. 

440,601 

008,118 



J vl.i 



4,405 



5{ 


S^ B E 




vii; 


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* 


Docum^tilt submitted 1 1 tin 


J- .p JO _ JL 5J M *c , 




A Matemmtf hewing tbc ^ 


SJ 


{5 ? x 


wraltii, aid i 

i-ry (?! 






loai-rm; ttncl hcrof aeiWMMMMd (.lor, and of 


V- 


_ 


rd in 1 mr*M>r*JboUi t^xtf, in each 


r*r 


u,.Jrr Uir a-t ..1 M. .iit) and eorpo- 
diilrmt. H- ..MI wiilnii 
convention, adopt- nut. 
rfi* 


Ci'oc * J- CC- C>O"u> *- ^JS 
S440 * .* -1 W, i W, ~ ^ SIS 

^ C -AGO 






Countitt. 


Area \ Jto. wci lh , 

--?. 1 {WSrStn/. mnMo MMvt 


Number of patents granted br the ' 


rd Rtat*i an 








r 1824, bo: 
rc|K>rts made to congress by the 


Brooke 





403 


tale department 




on 






814 


)>r. cntt 




Patent* 


brier 








1 7'JU 3 








598,400 






33 




215 


Harmon 






1,140 






238 


Kunnwha 








31 


1813 


179 








751 


1794 24 


1*14 


2OO 


Lewi* 




694,573 




11 


1815 




LogM 




4 


^88 


1796 44 




201 


Mason 


378,50 




797 


1797 51 




173 


Monroe 






1,011 


171.S -js 


1818 








815,516 


1. 




1819 




' 








1 V'H 41 


i s :> > 


115 






j 




1801 44 




152 




840,000 


220,037 




1 SirJ 


1822 


201 




508,160 


j 


397 


Ihi'.'J 97 




168 


Preton 




1 


144 


1M 84 




203 


Ipli 


1,319,040 






1S05 57 




310 




870,800 






180C ,.-? 














1807 93 






*ell 


835,200 






not 

1809 


1828 




urtoo 


438,560 
















493,825 


702 


1,202 






Wythe 






1^00 


!c number 


5,215 


Ittdifttrkt 




6.489,616 




ItKli 
From parlJameotar) r^turr* 
mployed in the trade of the UniteiJ 1 


the ahippire 
m from 1814 


Ksnawha, Cab< i 

anl Kaudolph. 







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n, - 



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6.JftB ( tu 



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144 N 

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WihilriCt 

Aecnm^L 

Cr04ior 
Chottcrficld 

K.-.t.x 



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Vbt 

K c ' . 

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MMK**' 
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155,919 



: s, 10 
I W, 6441 

IBS, 9O 



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14*109 



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i, . 







S4 

i :> 

1.545 

IM 

516 
756 

: , I 



55t 

1,1*7 

I.MO 

904 

M i 

Ml 
i. H 

N . 

aiKi 

503 
77S 



995 



45T 
497 
456 
9U4 







WC4. 
8IMMM 



1'otel to i 

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itemed tnm> the report of the 

ohvtouUy IMOMTOM frooBlhr 

n.-n of die 

- B0< 



I r.n <mh Mcovjul 
rrrttr lu (he tahle< ol Che pi an 

. i i|aare mile* Iraoi 
he n-a m > 









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N 







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,,-.u .:, L 

feurfeM, the artl ajMMtfv of 
Ike burr r axi fc a pw< 

>..( m Mine lr ! the r>tmi oMUM.kci 
- j lanU aiv fttrl ( awl 

-, ' I r. . 







The large arch ol tan ooUle Mnidor* ovrr C.VMI*. 

* ^m , 

, ' , , . . * ' . . ''./*' 

on tolid rock drachom*) the kMfth 
iifret lnitkr tOM^ialiMlo the urn 



Tl 

.^Icctibr^hCf.'Irct 
..I ih. ;..r*;^.!t... . l~t 6 ^br; ibr width 

path ..^IccHlhc ab,te*Umr !.o 

al the 
knooi tkr ot 

ll,. l..il.i.rnl.:..ra .l.tUiic. -! 3x'Ur: : lBl 
uilrloratliiUnee - .! (Ur !!. MY 15 fret 

beartb iprtn** about 
ol hM i-m of SUfaet 4 iorhe^ 
ehord of any tnc . v u n tl.. 
eiiaepUom, perhafM. of that over thi 

..Mrtl by i de aatkwd roodi 





...,.- TIM hriU^c ia wider at ike 
thM ike middle, w> aa to tirrngihrn 
. 'rnor 4 the mle it b*i'rr^ 
pnnkM of two inches M the loot. fc4e the _ 
iw-rv than prrpedaMiM'. tht rr lil be U:lr or oo pre- 

> the external Mone* aMo the hody of the 
work irwn tvo lo fe fen, aod they are ftroai ooe to 



; I 3' RKGISTER NOV. M- < PIE BB< ur.TAKY or STATK. 



The maaonry required will be from tm to twthxkttn- 

iirr.l ;',". 

The monotony of this huge mat* ii broken 
beautiful column* supported by pedeMals . 
the bfdgr, at 

nganMiiaikn- 

ble degree of nritlnru and rlr^anc.- I the grneml p- 
pearaner of 
anil whoir tx 

irte, and is hai.diu,h drrstcd ml .ll 

to make a drawing of this bridge or publication, and 
we know no .!< sign which, at in uld bi aopro- 

litabli ' 

bridgea on the national road in 
Ohio, are ranked anongat ti.e first 
work this, or perhaps anv thi-r . 
clinrd tn think that his prv< 

we regard elegante of an instruc- 

tion, or neatncM of execution. will < ; &i pUce 

motif the monuments ot lu s-kdl ai. 

^oned and c ' 

b , ' 

ported a weight ot stone and mot tar exceeding 1,500 



I, resolved not 

to give up their lands and remove west <>l tin- Mississippi. 
The council rctjui- rowell, the agent, to ad- 

viae thi 

sh their lands, but to remain and submit tn the 
laws or Alabama. k< s, n i . 

! :i similar resolution. 

ii :tn .iv.>l*< .1 in tin- iontrover- 

ulians and the states in which UK-\ 

reaide. One is the nature of their ownership of the lands; 

the other their right to establish and maintain a separate 

not now :tn oj.cn 

our si 10 1 ..MO! Johnston vt. .Mclntosh 8//J 

..! the Indian 

right to the anil was ver\ ' "'!, both i 

' 



KLOH 

Themeuagrr? . -la- 

il \, i \ tjvurHble 

D N. : iu Ii \ ill entitle 

union, nt 

: 1 S >". I ' .r recoro- 

:md 

| . are 
i i, unbilled I Ul] i. tin i- purp M 

i ini- 
nii.iion in ihe territory t 

ystin. \ the< 'iiili- 

tl.i I-. iii i, r hat 

the foil 1,1: 

\''cutive ban lor some years past ui _ 

'lir In- 

di.ns from this tin ilory. I 
is desirous 

!' \ ill de- 


t ,r ages, t 1 

It is 1. 1 it, that surroumlrd ;i, i 

i ondition I. ry day 

more al<i I hi \ an 

UU ol ili b.tm i r\, and the i \ 

giving to the i without one virtue 

i.l the 

U. Stales, by an . nliglm i. ., ill save 

brave and |.<.^ritul tribes 

i-:dled to the 
aw& b) itu< 

1 1 persons who shall b< 
'ing tli.IU nges, from any office ot 
honor or protit with the territory. 

Tin- contest between the state of Georgia and Florida 
with rigard to the t.oundaiy line between them, still 
oootaMsca undetermined, 'Ihe governor ot the latter, 
, t \ presses a COIIMCIKJII that the congress of 



guments of oonael, Mid' i ,-.te ami lucid opin 

lOooft! ncf justice, it is dc-tcrmuicd ti.at 

the Indian right is that of occupancy aloue, the absolute, 
IlianKi title being in the government; und that ; 
of occupancy can only becontr 

by the go vet- procet-ils upon 

the basis that the Indian right of OCCUJMIIO is absolute, 
and th-' / In conn act. 

' present state of 'things is, the n... 1M ,li- 
cability oltln 

when their characters ol hunters is chunked to that of ag- 
riculturists. Still whilst tin \ Mgree to hold llinr landi> 
and o- 'i'ltes to them, 

awl tbr) cant latiou ot their uni- 

fbrml} acknowledged rights, \> !isposaeaaed. 

In the xSs-. r cji] stion is one of n. 

n the) Hgrei 

nrt to the las ol the suu- vthcn- their lands 1. 
operation of these laws i .it a new diffi. 

It is this: Will not the inevitable cHcct !,e tn .! - 
troy the nauoswl charaettt i.ns.and \- 

of occupno, held in virtue ol it> Thii 
ra to lx- an unavoidable consequence. In this 
>ould think it \. 
sand the suict 
v Indiana regulali 
i. lithe) agree toabandon then 
acter, let them be received as citizens 



,ted Siati s, to nimii the ({ucstioo has b> 



tins 

ratv 

: 

in U 
thes 
that 



A this k . 4i Ot I 

.1 IS U0( 



nee and 
possible tor the I 
pears equally iiupossibl- 
continue without some ineooven.(.ucc lotht- states. 



t ap- 

i. . 



in lavur ot ihe same t. 
existed at the lime ol the session ol t by 

Spam. 

[From what we have seen and heard, there is not a 
more miserable catte of persons , atei, 

than tin Semmole Indians. Confined to a district of 
'institutions and habits, they 
:i rapidlv reducing in numbers, and those who 
Ivea up lo d-ij,;iii-. 'I 

;.i.il i'loihe.1, an . .v no induce- 

ments to exertion.] 

THE SECRETARY OF STATL 
llowmgisli York Courier and F.n- 

. 

ed ifc eilited b> Mr. V'.h, who is LJ. S. sune\or ot the 
i: i. couieil .. greatest political curiosi- 

ties of l. 1:1 it trotn Ihe dfi 

nienls n. >!' V^n Mnren ii eap;ide, that he is 

industrious and worthy, ma) tandy be admitted b) a large 
. but how it is i he has 

. iir ini|iorlunt tilings suggeslu!, ;. r.\ will 
i ;ii> ) 1 1 no [ut*lic u i[ier or st 

' ne ot things 
. not) at all bearing . so interesting. 

i tlie Courier and AV/yfuren 

. da) sago, M !, on ihe .mlhonty of the 

coalition prints, that Mr. . visit lo 

Hits is nol ti, Ui^t our gooil na- 

. in mil-. !),. oiiiioiis .. uiposed upon 

.wbpapers. In ihe 

utmost an.. illicit; ol hearts, wi -.ilm,to he- 

vc some clMi- tcr tor truth; 

aome n - declare, that we 

shall em! .-; n .t i. ..N 

Uurcorrespondei. <i . advised us that Mr. 

Van iiuren waaaUl! jun; and the Telegraph 












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l>fmprt,ir plMr m th. cliun h. 

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-..,.. . . - 



Mtorfc)lola* Dryb aCnojjiH ofka> MaW. 

- , : i ,-. || - 

lo.r,! ,J cml, W*. 

I|M of L4c, a pottm 

Uor 

'MdtS October lilt, 

AjfrU 74. 

*l SS October 1764. 
.^oiiiiomiofMrciihMMfak^^-, 
They Mimtr.1. 01 Harmony of ftiatloim, Pifci ijliood 

Toe 1 rmpetft of C 4 

^|t"|i__^__ , 

nuM.u.1 I 




buit ol fioc Car*! Alt' 



l ^ * - r \ \ ,- 







:a - \n\ 



,er shipped at 
rt in Europe-, 



i . . . < , t. 



observed 












ih( the 
subjected the 






..itiea. 

a ship'i pa; 

factory 

',-e with ihf 

I'MC porl 



n.i . ,: i 
j<irt of 
But when 



enough as n-gxnl* tin 
discharge, r.i 

may be ram- 
ol the cargo 

In il.t- I.IVM m c>ke, t was not sufficient 
.n'uor of Hoi- 
Alexan- 
dria, at d 

In another otse, six scnnirn ut-nr tried fnren<!- 
to roakr u if volt i-: Plato. 

,in Tho- 



mas 1 ) 

roads in on< 
A new mafctr 
hot the seam< 
they had net i 

captain gave < 

to go on the 

goto 



master. 



\jr<1 



"Rtpctit<"i 

', If lulhi>: Tl,:t. lir, j 

AV//V, * 
known ' v 

E 

Morgan, on 1 

whilst a deserter as alore 

1st day nt April, is^', us io 

H (inched to com nan > I , V:.; 

1899. 






law was 

IT, diil not release them fronj 

were couvkted, xnd v In jay a fine of 

fire dollars each, and tutier an imj 

i!.-% - 

Voor others wen 
the oflenc* : iV M.ip 

It pp<-*r. 

werr the prioners, I 
( . . .- 

tain nild JM ..i , , 



< use arMMbasJUfdwa^MauaTgui 

- 

,,-.iin't all the deiemlaut*. tw<, . rs sen- 

tn pay a fine ol five dollars each, and to v 
prisotiment for sixt\ n^ *. I hi .:her two, in whose f- 
vor there were several mitigating circumstances, were 
d to pay a fine of two dollars each, and to sofftr 
ten days imprison r 



lardson, 
alias Jm^ K-ll), . 

by sent> . 

ol the i , nn or 

al-ui tut- 17i! 

his company until . , 

kl :ti :. dcser- 
- dollars paid 
| 

ilows: "guilty" of 

1st fft,\ i sjtfcijication^ and 

IIHK. 

inccil lln- 
cOUrl coiid <oner, private 

.don, alias J ;iuny, 

I 
.' 















To v! 






the crew to make, 



. 

* ro tlcnthj" two third** of the M 

i,.;.. 






II ,1 -ar, the 



of the 

.i.-; order in the ease*. 
War depot Intent^ ff r a/un: 

s of the genenl c' I, where- 

'mn 






hrtkc.l 

blt*M -I 



the eUoMocjr of tbe 



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od tnilv to try J < 



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JiiK-ro-nt :, 

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jfrtn 

.Il*n.rti. tto tnc ei 

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. 
tM Hh & MdMMtMHM 

m tb* o.,J tr of <b* 



vbo VM tb obirci oi i 



Ike court 

! dctcnaioc UM gr 




1 



nd ibal. proscrib 
bar of (he Irgit 

v 



his n 

tn.1 eouiitrv 

* of having l w) . 

V,, !l ,,,,,,|,,n,,,. JTfNI 100, foUIIM . *Ut< .-.,-, . 



roaiifttr(t-t :. 10 >unt sentiments, 

added a new value 

tnii.quiii 

lUteite, thcrrfot 

of our refret.'* 

MM! deputy wen- sensibly affected \>\ tli 
ddriM In (be evctimjr, bni|tu i at 

<ent. *a pnp i *ards a 

pri 

lly ron>|M*nuinl ' 
i>rrfect of ihr department having design.. 
JBvtctmibn as promional mayor, this respect 

man a> .at M. F.nnnt l,.,.n been removed 

bj the n.im i. -vmg take i 

the honors paxl K> . > was <.m, 



i 'most ease. My stay u. 

'K to 

. 

I I:' 

< > tin situation as a portion 
:ng D'lsrai 1 

< in France are 



and seizing - 






in if^l It s. 



clarethal t, 

hecdild n. i. t>.inl!' . 



commune -and th.it 
minuter to ilo jus- 



ce Up I, 

ICJ* 



philotopli), ^ii.l II.-.IMI \ . i 



ul sin nf the mayor re- 

hts noble refusal of pi, 

The i> . Taure i 

door k) < stand shut against 

them if knov k ing an enlr 

The Gartle tie* Scraujc, or head of the French judi- 
ciary, has required, bj a circular addressed to tl. 

' 

to Utf ttate oj pubic opinion n, . and as to any 

;> or means cord and trouble. 

This is look. tly, as it seems to us, us 

tantamount to converting these publ i Innctionanes into 
spies n ;> s acts and wi d! 

JU. Or .W'jnthcl, i slMutn.n. L..s 

named comnmtim. 
religious tend 
Cousin, V illrmain. and (iuiaot, professor* of literature, 

- 

Journal Je la Mentc.-' I he 
Ol Nancy having 
tomption day, invited the members : 

AC magistrates k 
that in Ins sermons that the preUtts respects n> ither the 

s of good Uste, 

that they would join the procession bistiop, 

mortified at this answer, oi-dtrtd the cathedral doors 
to be closed alter the congregation had assembled, so 
that when the ro>;, M tn attend the procession 

they were unable to enter, am: 
to take shelter in a neighboring K<MU . \Yhen ; 
were re-c pined, the cannons w r. not waiting as usual 
to reri .<te having lot-bidden hon- 

ors to be rendered to :i 

public authorities, such . , < bibb'.p 

bowed to ! 
lurtK-d hw back and threw up his he.. 

..t wasren>:. ul." 

13 ; France) formed them* 
selves into " ion" to reaist an> acts i,\ 

ry power, which the new ministry might commit. The 
ministry ordered seizure lobe made of all the l'ru pa- 
peri hich contained ibe agreeroen t t.-der.,- 

-x),OUO copies escu , 

A letter to the edifor . Commercial Adver- 

*-- .' -, pt . 21st, says 



.ncois gives a leit ill inst. 

jieaee of that 
make a i 

(I IMC inhabit xnt i ol >ni, two of tln-m 

OiHl the> 

become informers. 
' te to sut 

SIEGES OF CONSTANTINOPLE. 

The celebr.i "m.^i, or blooming 



the Greeks, s 



'! 






, 

Jl observe, has (alien I fear i 
rise again. I say I fear. l>< . :.n v- the further aggrandisc- 
mt-nt of Russia may be fatal U. . . It is 

believed that 11 I, ,hl k l| his conquests 

France is on ' 'a revolution. L'nlrss .. 

of ministers be sj^u'dv mjide, )ou will ste a n- 
of tone oi the scenes of 1>3. f ,nfa ount the 



not 'an to posst* ss sum' dung more 

B. C. 477. Ites.i gvd by Paus^nias alter the battle of 

410 My Aicibiades, in the beginning of the fifth 

411. 

347. I'.} I.- P'.ihp'.. ^.i.cral. 
A. D. 197. Hv tla- iiiiniusServeru8. 

31.i ' \I .x...,Mb( xaar. 
S15. HyC nstantim- tin- great. 
616. By Cbn.M ; sia, under Heracliug, 

emp'-rcr ol tin- east 
C'26. Hy the Chachan ol the Avari, an ally of 

Chrosroes. 
656. By Moawia, the general of All, an Arab sor- 

* n - 

66U. IU I- -.i.l, :, son of Moawia. 
674 Ben Auf, one- of Moawia 's K 

rals. 
719. By two sons of Caliph Mcrwan, when An- 

tlu-mios was crri| 

744. B) Sol> man, a son of Caliph Abdolmelek. 
764. H> I krul ol the Bulgarians, un- 

\ 

78C. MX II 'indi-r Leo. l\ . 

798. Ms im-al-Ras- 

811. M\ Kniu, ,ns. 

82U ' tehacl 

886. I uiiilrr Ascnld an 

' ihe Mnl^riani. 
104* i 

oho*. 
1081. By Al xui Con, 

.sad.rson thr 12th of April. 

I2f.l xol(.gus,on thr- '25th of July. 

1396. Bj M /...j.t.tl.L- lightning flash. The first 

man siege. 
14<)<. B> the M 

1414. By Musa, a son otBnaiet 
1492. By Amurath II, a son nt \l;d,..i. 

B\ M;,b(.:.i.-i II. "(be . <;iKjnerer 
. l,'is*- \ictorious host, 

Phranza tells us, C *, f'alseologus, the 

'i, . xclaiming, "1 would 
;" and shortly afterwards, per 

himself deserted by his recreant followers, and crying 
'Is there no Christian hand to smile off nv. 
uet a glorious death, though doomed to fall by 
'.'.Ur ofan infidel. 



MIJ 



FoCBTH fttlll 



BALI I MM 






roc 



rmuurr *e rs m-cat. 



. ni.k M,., AT $5 rii 



publHi -hat pc*l- 

........if , - '. - -J 

.ur.v,-- i,.l - r ,-,..,',.. ' 
ol lhr cf, ' ' < -. I.--.. ' ''- k ! ' 

.l ul ..% ni-u. MMV ere both 



ery 
vkh 



That of 5- 

fuiu'N|M<fiaci " 



wUiah 
oi the epeeeh of Jame 

Itrulivr ucrtltal ol .1. .11 ''- Ihe 



\ 
Maa to things |> Mstnuiion at to 

!ut M,> Iup|,r:,. 

A fourth article will likewise elate prruul-thr In- 

sMie. 

negro alery. i tg*n- 

M. If lie .-re practically aenoamt* 
the thmga that he speaks W, li would hold 
another language though, perhaps, to tb abstract, not 
chaog. h.t principles. 

fCj^Mr Fun /for**, areretary of Mat' 

loKjcliriond Mi /*.. , .1 It ..<,;'.. i . Ki..;- 

. ' 
has proceeded to hi* reaidenec to Virginia. 

IxTsatvTi" irnee havtof been marie 

Vlrreer to the S4th number of 

the Fedciji.M. M, MIIVM, reel*) lav, m. mtoati r 
be** jnil b Mr. l^.gn I.. M. Mcmer, "| VM tk 
Mtknr of that paper >' r roeo and M. 
w.enotdeeinm.ofmymKMyihmg 



'C BllMSMe 

neei 
teame and tmnibly mUw city of V 

..,.*'. Folmmml .MI 

Meter a, flkermnn and Connklto I.. 

. * 

. -. . 

i ' ' , - ' - 

' , .-,- ' . ..- 

maUon- paity , had an avenge of more than lO.uOtf vee*. 

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1 : > ir r Inr * i ifv ' I iu %' ii, a ( |f ' 1 1 > ' j ( M \ ' t i . . v< , [ u ^ . . . , 

wrKtrntKt i,uint;r, I,, |l, >ri.., t t r, I. u-.|, , -| f,, ' \\ ,'.- 
C r>|.%t thr .ul',,,:-.:, ,, ! !>.. pjjM-r 1,^ I..,,, HBM- 

Umeaaatejar ther Ume 

M , , : 

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Judging by what we tee published aa 
to the bukmcM at the eoatom hooan ol BOMOO, Nc 
York. kc. e th.uk that the lurt/wdl not rum cow- 
>n the present year, and thai lAeary will yet be a 



ni M M V %,r| ,.!.. ! at New York 
Irocn Trrpauii. (.Uiul ol Sicih ) * LK ti ;...: t '.r Mr p 
the *4ih of Beat rrportc that k > 
aadbel : I Kin.rl. i--li.it u- 

of the I'oru upon the 



from 



v -^chtool^tnrdlbV.ahovrrrport. These 
events are not without the range ol probability, but we 
thu.k the t.mr lor thor necurn-nc,- l. nut u,r;,.! \ 
ffnr> til if tl*". ''li' ill ili ji -inl mi ttu- nr.it'in\ PftohOMI 

may ihmk proper to adopt and, when it does oecur, he 

- 

MAI> > N . The UM received Sneo Palladium 

! this election, M farther 

?. ' senators elect to ilc 

r iog nmr rrpublicatii and efjht 

The Portland Cornier of the ftfch ult. publishes a 

'e hoiiu- oi 
Huoton ,d .how . ' - result of .i.h .. that 






nknown. 



On the dkhied Tammany ttoke. Mr Kt4leel| knd 
.ckcr .itS. and Mr. Vn. Bnkmtn) .IJf 

'V^-SeTw? 1 ~* 



ctrd. Thb 

Fortbetial 



MM 



|Tor4 



',,..,,.,', \|, M | 



" noercat eflurt eattran 10 ha<- 
M**Jf ob:ed S.MS Vote*; bol Ike 

.dUt*,X>a 



T ki,ml) Wil 

'.c regular lamouny nommatton, tno en 
rtdrd Tammanr <*kn, and one on the vnrktof 
tiekrt srere rkcted. The Tammany natty dj- 
onlv on three e*mei dae ressH.ats sm^slmlam 

*iou and Arnold. 

I! - ' '-.::.- . : - - am**, 

nasaaerptedby the people by a saahxey of ahot. 

if i ll nTA* a\lmft B\ftiKrtkal1^l amli_Li4 a tK^ ml^LinvaaBa^ank ~*V * * 

v ** W*mW*e*CM winwVaWaT VmVI fBfiaWZWPm nVOTPnl 

be elected for one . V4 by a me- 

j ..,<i nfnkMfti Ovoatammi r i mnfai 

The return* from the Mate, so tar a* rccc.tcd. shesr a 
great majority of Jackson'* member* vh 4 - 
/anlimasooi. PartKulan hereafter. 

PurasTLVi The Harmbnrgk Ckmnscle 

of Thursday t*y:--the bustoeu on the canal hi fast 
IDC reft aMAg. he pmdur t DOaiH mTC cro* dec wwi pMHA* 

Sftmm* m*k i tk lr^*n*lkt Krfc^i a & am n^ftmmm^ I 

! l 2L lre 5* 1 "^r 1 *?* "fT** " .!!! "S'^l 



N"' -- a,** -- -. 

plaee in Ptttburi. iaTatvtof of abont CoOan totevw 




Tk raa 
one of the meet eeea- 



ed Jbaset Onrn\ m lamfUmiH to 

acttoc tngtoBsrs enftced on the di. *on. The 
rimmlBH on the above event, errs. 




milet, and cnmnje tiftt tMLv t per trm. ! 
nal. the dhlanee hrninmn the *aoae nlaeea la 
three mur.. and ftrtohl ia fve dnUor, W 



far* *W >*rfe 

IK r t.n S,, il.M lrnp,>rt.lion bf hml t oU *t the r*tc 

m mLtf^m. .Jn^nmf faWvnm. Jmmv*nV tf^bnaa* Jhtfn f annl InW anVmW* V aminm> 






: r^m.n, If.II 
Mason,. 



toe and worksmr men. fAt 



and aiae by the 






. -A i - 



KKliiMI .K 



14, tti9 MCSGELLANE< 



on the eanal it only costs three and ne-tkird centi [*r 

<! r>r- rj;.'-. 

||, tl .i ,!,.,,:|it i-. \Y. v '!. :. -',' < ntheca;>..l u.li , 
.>n it to conlinur at 
nreaent we' may make the following c.i 
canal reduce, the land transportation f A 
id in Ha place subt 
navigation. Then three hundred miles on the canal, at 

'- and MW-lAirrf emit per i 
Mian fter ton, 

:fireff9iirth ccntt per ton ptr 

make* fkfctXfl dollar* and seventy -five cents pi : 

i canal and (urn 

twenlf-eiK .u-five ernU JUT Ion. 

Again, Iron* Philadelphia to 1'itisburg, by land, three 

i -tile*, at eighteen and ihnre-lourth cenU per 

.liars and i mis. 

nnii i anc In favor of eanal and turnpike, twenty-seven 
dollars and Iftjr cents." 

.HACITX COAL. The editors of the N. Y. Mcr- 
can BT, speakina; of the gi 

from the completion of thr II 
wanr canal, thus notice tl 

COA | u : k, It is ni.! > since thean- 

coal was first ' '> New York; and 

Mich was the novelty, and the- opposition arising from 
prrjud- having made tiialnt the same, that it 

was necessary for those interested to set grates i 

s, free of charge, and, in some instance*, to sup- 

ply a small quantity of coal, to : s to burn 

mth.il tin. lent, the consumption ha* 

goiie on in an almost incredible degree. This year the 

y brought Irom the SchuylkiM .11 exceed 

75,000 tons; that from the Uhigh, 16,000; the demand 

notwithstanding, tar exceeds the supply The Dela- 

ware and Hudson Co. will lump to market this year from 

8 to 10,000 tona not h.. -ted their works un- 

til late in the season. This company arc making ar- 

rangements for the ensuing year to bring froi 

100,000 tons; the cost of which, dt -liv ( rablr at tide water 

they calculate from actual expenditure, not to exceed 

three dollars per ton; affording an article superior to 

I -ehigh or Schuylkill, and by many preferred to 

ol,at a rate (allowing H very extravagant profit 

Company) less than one half the price at which 

the coal has been telling in previoo* years. 



FEMALES. We again re-mind our reader* 
that the editor of the United States Gazette is author- 
ized to offer (and pledges himself lor the perform- 
ance) a gold medal with a suitable inscription, value 
one hundred dollars, or a piece of plate of equal va- 
il. c beat essay (its merits to be decided on by 
competent and impartial judges) on the in-.' 
df the wares generally paid to seamstresses, spoolers, 
spinners, shoe-binders, Ate. to procure food, raiment, and 
lodging; on the effects of that inadequacy upon (he I. <p- 
pbesiand morals of those females, ;:;<! th?ir families, 
when they hve any; and on the probability that thosr 
low wages frequently force poor wui.. !,oice be- 

tween dishonour and absolute want of common necessa- 
ries. The whole, as far a* the nature of the case will ad- 
mit, to be corroborated by facts and to embrace i 
ry whether those evils are susceptible of remedy or alle- 
vation; and it so, by what means. 

intnunicaii'ous to be post paid, and to be accom- 
panied by private marks, whereby the authors may be 
known. 
The decision to take place oa the 1st of January, 1*30. 

Nteno CLOTH*. A writer in a Charleston (S. C.) 

rl.1, 1804, urges the citizens of New Eng- 
manufacture of negro i-loths. 
,g paragraph is extracted from his essay. 
c recommended is a warp of cotton, to br 
!i a wool .u.-.'. iirown, or in its natural < 

tanl wide, to be well-milled, of a good 
thickness, and dressed on the surface. For *< 
from 55 

in Chan staiued 

cotton could be bought 
cents si pound; a quantity of ool which is now thrown 



i aside for want of a HIM medal a low 

rale. English negro cloths are now at 9'2 cents a yard." 

r'r now 

made at the Canton factor \ 

I Can 

cw England manulttciurors. [Ho;. 

.it tin- 80th ult. lets the fol- 
lowing an iclr 

>fect* ftfu tariff. It will ben. 
ed that our s .. ians, some fifteen 

. of our planters, Mitmnal 

would impose on coarse \ 

and negr > plains were then worth in this 

i -nts per yard. Mr!)uffie and Co., 

backed by the (Georgia Journal, ealc -ulatcd" ih.it the 

i -eased 60 per cent, from the opcra- 

ui system. Now, one fact is worth 

a hundred arcntnttmif .tstory of one day will 

out weigh a thoutatid pro/ifin i' . A very extrnt'ire lot 

Mr. I',. Herbert^ 

lerda), and but a smal, : ihrin went 

off heavily at 38 a 39 cents. The price KHVIM^ fin lined 

Tof 1S29, about 

Northern negro cloths, proncimct .1 by several plant- 
ers to be fully equal to Welsh plains, for comfort and 
durability, went off at 5. 1 t ior sorts soM :<i 14 

to 19. Such are the facts developed by the < 
of the American system. 

CoTTOIf AIL DUCK. A correspondent n| 'the ( iiarles- 
: HT makes a clculation ot thr umiiunt ot cotton 
which would be requn tl in furnish sails for our commer- 
ce. The register ^ed ton- 
nage of the United States in 1828, was 1,534,11X1 The 
quantity , Mired fur a shin of 3u 
mated at2 ; 525 yards, (ot 
Ibs. A larger ship require^ less c:uirus>> > 
to her tonnage, and a smaller vessel mot 
300 tons, the writer thiuki is :. 
300 tons require 8,2.?.? Ibs. >t cottni. tor ; suit 
1,534,190 tons will require 11,410,487 Ihs. or .38,065 
bales of 300 Ibs. each. And supposing each suit of sail* 
to last two years on an average, the 
for cotton, should the use of cotton sails become general, 
would be 19,032 bales per nniium, to say nothing of the 
demand for foreign vessels and vessels of war. 

"TaB PATBKT coorER. " The inventive genius o onr 
countrymen appears to be in constant and art i\ < \* , nsr. 
lor tlii- production of improvements in the arts. Thr 
New York Journal of Commerce describes an invention 
which has been exhibited in that city for a few days. 
The editors speak of Has a machine of which, "the pa- 
tent cooper" would be as fit a name as could lie contriv- 
ed. By two operations, each rcqtiiring but an instant, a 
rough stave is made ready for its place in the cask. In 
the first place, it is driviMi und<r a whirl, the periphery 
of uhii-h is et with cutters, this forms its inner surface. 
At the same time, it passes between an iron roller and a 
permanent shave, and this ittr surface. Tie- 

edges : re formed with as little ceremony, by a cylinder 
set wi;h knives The fiends arc turned in trice. 
machine require but little pov .r.d per- 

forms its work at least as well as the best jnuri 
It only remains to contrive a machine to shave find fit 
hoojjt, which could easily be done. 

STEKL AITD rrtr. TACTOBT AT FITTOBURG. In ad- 
dition to the other manufactures of iron in and near 
Pittsburg, the (iazettc of that city, informs that t 1 
is an establishment owned by Messrs. Vow 

ic Co. in which steel and fiVjsare manufactured in con- 
siderable extent and excellence. A large number of 
the mechanics and artisans of Pittsburg attest the good 
dity of the files manufactured, in r. public adtcrtise- 
proper names. These files are made 
of steel which is also manufactured in the same stab- 
lishment, and ure asset xperienpe, to !>> fully 

a good as Kn<lish files other than cast s; d as 

low. Two kinds of steel arc made; the IM, pronounc- 
ed equal to r.n^lish blister, is told i unrl com- 
'.8 cenjsper lb. 






if. To Uu. 
i utrful 






L ,i ,.. , .... n I. 




Turner* t. ir**t>ra J. tater* 4. ** kMf 

^. a !?p > s >t> ^^ B> v rl ' ii> - ii ' iB 



t, ve*er and mauiM 3, auh 



ll.r U... u r.: ';..,, . . , 




> > *lok m ibe mornmf . m th* 

I,C U...I U.Wlk li.r .UM .t \\,t P.,,,!. ti, 




itrucliun 



:an be trao 



MCjtB and put up hi a fev m*- 

,.;i Mml .: a-.iii|.il mf* t" 



i ritai* TEAB* 4*0. The to! 

/. ..!,' 



- HI blblr, MW b t*M pOMTMkNl 

.too. near UUck 

MM.M4MbC,ofrMonlc ih period .hea ibe mano- 
bMof MliDO WM fir* introduced bto KojUi^-"I3 
September, 1776. Thorn*. IKixbur 

BUcktMH,. ..lit- M.-.,-. tVrl,. \ ,l,M ..'.. :cl, 

B*ok, two eoramoo fine calico pieoet for 5 H. M. 

TktMverethe firit calico iece* erer roaaulMtared ia 



(bit kingdom. " i'Krc^t of the 
.raboatSt.d.orfta.M 



description are oov 



\ notion paper Rivet the 

,i MMI for the ' ;. 

Iphia, to t>Dear un TueatJ 



>e appUcaou for the benefit n! the 



OUi of October." 

Brfak-Uyert'.ml brick tuVkcr. 7, bUf k-.m-thi 11. 

^Aa^kAV mfcfc-Jii- I firttircrtMica ItrMaaai baani r 1 

c^^wvmj* lUBckvi i t Ot^cTHMcm cNiim c*^^lP*. I , 

botcher* 3, hook- bioder I, baker* 3. braM-fcOfteV 

> fpiiiMr I, eollretftr I. eordwamert 3, eot- 
15, comb maker* 5. 
taker I. carter* 5. chair maker 1, cabinet 
.median, 3. 



maker 1 , farmer 



I, frmfr - 
r 1, fin Mftkb 1, gold beater 
m-ktepert 3. boo CMMder 1, 



l.l m > I'- : l.K, ^r> .\ 

!,.,, |, . '.' .- .- -. 



aaa 1, oallcr I . 
wicr roaaafacturcr I. 






vellai el 
health i* belter 

l 

termatioQ to lake no 
eon veot in*. Mid take* I 



.' '. K '. Of <b" 

.' '.c l.^k 6 



he it, efrry now MM! UM 

f i r I I 

r f| 



Ir, 



MI 



merriment **rcJtod 

-- Urird. ..u.: 

Tcntion." I 



or K. 

jett and torocii 
to tar, too often oi 



v. The lblloms letter ITMA 
>yterian synod of Virpnia, was BuhmJilml m tb* 
eonrcntion, by the preudent on Fr 

escJoot of the nnod of V r *. hold be 



of the synod 
Hinth* 



SLtday o/Oct. A. a 1 139, ine 



t That tW ajwl of Vp**> 

I _^4 ^. l - ___ - .^AJL^IAA afc >^^ - --- - - - - 

,i*\ . > . . . :. i f 

MOV aaapmbwd ID form tjc?w HMUBJIMC) ? vo 
of th. 




,!,ir,vht!, ,:-.; ,' -. , . HMf>i r.-wM v r.n c, 
m (bit U.tr, ,n.I (Krou K H< M >t the t ntfrd V.,.r,. K.TX , 
Bealuttalv and heartily oontasMM, as IBM denrsat r^ftx* 

//IfWi^r^'j^hTrL Rr, a a CoMWSfMM*. 
!>.!- . be a comm ttcc to eommmi^ 

cn a copy of the fa< t om > tcsuUiion to the pi carfra of 
the cent entM, to be *err frapeoifully snbouard fo that 
hoo> at such Um u he 4aUdea moot proper sjrf MB>- 
i5Ut 



Ua4WBACK ox BBaramrniBB. 



1 80 



Ml.: - L L A N E ( 



lam) and partly bj water, cannot 

t M i ,- ;:.- -,s, , I t.- |BfBf t 

ba.A 

Thcsensej', h.clH 



mid thM merchant 1 1 M: 

l!,rr 1itr.rl. pailU " 

strict 

for the brnrfit of draw- 

transported coastwise" 



M 

is to be eoQtiderrd, under the ex.stmg laws, is a trans- 
portation by ri,, , well as along the sea 

.ngoodsat. ^am boats from and to < he 

4 and lUtimnro, tn the mouth of the 
Chesapeake knd IVIaware canal, and there taken 

board canal boat*, the change is not considered 
KsjaaaMt) in tl .. rttf -- I l-ir.. f,t i f drawback, -x- 
cases of distress." 

'.c same points of depar- 
ture ai. . and the goods are conveyed from 
and to the cities mentioned without transfer trom one 
to ai.nt! ourse of such transportation 



br the said oansl tuch transportation by the Mid canal 
will be considered as not having lost the right of draw. 
bade, provided all the other i emulations prescribed by 
lawal.all be .un.p!k-d 

: of the action or'tjectmrnt 
brought by John Jacob Aktor against James C .. 
the recovery ol certain lands . 

itni morning, when a verdict wa- ' the 

plaintiff. 1 here are yet other suits to be determined in- 
volving the same title. It will be recollected, that by a 
law of the state offering a compromic to Mr. Astor, 
h be has accepted, five of these suits are to be nrose- 
^fucui in the courts of the United States, 
and on tht n ot ai.y three, of them in his fa- 

utli he cut i' ^e in extinguish- 

-. of his ilaiin, tlm sura of $450,000 in certificates of 
stock of the slate. If, however, it should be decided that 
; lain tiff is not entitled to recover wuhoul payment 
ic buildings and permanent improvements made by 
..-copiers rf the sum to be paid Mr. As- 

. to be $250,000. The cause now decided in the 
*o be tuken up to the supreme court of 
I States by a writ of error. The trial of ano- 
case. we understand, is expected to commence on 
Monday morning. [ JV'. Y. E. Pott. 

ther cases were postponed, uud are to be tried 
at "the next term ot the court. Bat it was supposed the 
legislature will dispense with UK* trial of the other is- 
soes, in consequence of the loss of lime and expense in- 
curred, the important facts having been twice passed 

post 

HABROZO PSIBEIBA. The '.Yationut Gtudte" 
intt. my*. The case of M. Barrozo, as late 
charge d'affaires of Portugal, which was to be argued 
this morning (Saturday last), in the district court for the 



city and county of Philadelphia:, 
again until Saturday next. ^ 
torney of the United Slates, 
court, and remarked that, v 
sent in the controversy, he w 



Dhas been postponed 
tellas, the district at- 
.belt' to the 
taking no part at pre- 
1 by the depart 



ment of stair to submit, for the information ot the court, 
copies ol all the documents and correspondence fc pos- 
session of the gr. . II throw any 

same time i 

by dirrctron if t 1 . re;;- tj of the attorney 

general, given at the re^m U of il>e dcpartsncir 
had birn transm tiled ith the other \>apers. Thiiopm- 

'fecidedlr f., M. Barrozo*s claim of pr 

vlege. 

BCN (ienerftl Juan Jotc Vbmont is at th- 

bead of the government. Maners were trarK{Uil. A te 
as been crlrbrattd for the termination nf civil 
war. Rejoicings and illuminations hail taken place. 
The French mnsul had returned from Monte Video, and 



resumed h 

i'h packet rt S 

s28. was $3,661 
fhe end of Or 



It appears from the Brit 



slracy, has been MI , 
ihc cavalry ' 

an i has nc< 

mandsthe interior, ami ippears to havegui 

The great body 'o. and 

for tti-- .s of 

the country, which U disorder. 

COLOMBIA. The n i >lcd t 

and fear* verc rntcrtnim-d that it would 
gota. ' ...1 estab- 

lished his h. 

from Bogota, with all t! ^1. 

lutioti as of lit- 
tle en; i .n-ssrtl. 
It is s. nl has surrendered to 
Bolivar without resist* 

A decree had been issue.! 
ment, allowing vessels of wsir &.<: 
take one thousand dollars each out ot the cnuniry 
of duty briz$ $500 do. and each passenger $10'' 
$5Ot' f Hccnrdmg in (heir rank. 

Mr. Moon-, our tn; 

his suite at Bogota on 1 1. (.m. Harri- 

son was expected Al Carlhagcna the last ol October, where 
it was said he would uait the return of the sloop ol 

'j J-aneiro, to embark tor t 
States. 

The latest advices from Curacoa mention that 

andcr arrived at Puerto Cabcllo on the l.ith ultimo, 
where he r ; ussport, and was put on board 

a Hambui,; , was to sail lor H 

>assport was allowed him exclusively ' Uic 

dictator forbidding him logo into the West Indies or any 

>art of North America, or to write against Colombia; 

n contravention wlureof, lie shall forfeit all his proj- 

which remains in host:.'^e; and in case he returns t-i 
"ombia, he is to be shot, being <*, the 

nhabiunts Uemg also authorized to kill him, whenever* 

hey happen to encounter him in Cul 

MONTK VIOKO. A rhange has taken place in the govern- 
ment; the ministers of war and v . ing resigned, 

being compelled to re*igu ) and gen- <* Kiv- 

era and mnt.ru I l>..v<.li-]-, t br.i^ appointed to I 

hem. liy a decree of Sept. 1O, Dr. Joseph Obas aud 

Miguel Barrciro are appointed to assist in the in 

of the government and of the treasury, with the title of 

encargado*. 

MIITIHTER -Jo MEXICO. The Baltimore Gazette states, 
on good authority, that tin r pleni- 

potentiary fror, ,..', been 

offered to Christopher Hughes, esq. now at Brussels. 

GiGi5Tic STEAM BOAT. About eighteen n.onths ago, 
we published an account ot an immense :>( am bout, 

hii-h VM keiog constructed at the Hague. Tin- 
has left ihc r,\ :r the coast of Kn-l.-.r. : 

is two hundred and fitly !eet hmg. When she was 
launched, she hong while going off the slips, and three 
or four day s elapsed ht-fote she got f;.. 
the Fret. fo cn*ck a joke they s;. 

>!1 other lutioiH in the size of 
mf bosUs, haviug bn<ll one so long, that it was 
several days niiinii^ -cksf" 

This vessel has cost iOO,000/. She is to ply I. 
the Hague and Bat.i : oiject ol sending 

the coast of Kngland, is to try her &tr< ni;tli, pr riously 
to her being despatched to Batavia. - 
and is 31 feet three inches in ihe beam. [JV*. f. Cou. 

NMBO Dn.Lr.nn AND PIRATCSUT// met. A priv.i- 
tcer, or pirate, brig, under Buenos Ajre:m colors, lately 



captured a Urazillian slave-sliip off the coast of Africa, 

veriue of Buenos Ayres 1 and, putting the officers and crew into the long bora, dis- 
0d, and th^t th'f; -^a* a deficit at 'charged their cannon at it, and sunk it, so that no one was 



I savedit the pirates, alias privateersmen, had He 



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Mat hi ! !>*>, >= m* i- 1 '-" "- : > l! I ' 

' ad 4 * tad wdl 4oC 
<iS at 8rr> 
Tbe prt>,. 

JO, vtKWjntoiwd 



, 

t!,- r. .. .., !>(.'. r.^< ! I U .?' . . N ' '..*'. 

!*.! or Fort MU - 






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i- ' = . - -> Mm 



!., 



then m i> 



0, witb 400 mn, 

I i". 



... 'i i .. ..,...'..-,., bjM . ' 



detirout to perpctojrte the memory of Ik* dietin- 

llMtMl faftiaM n<4 ftnl,li. r . .ItA r.Mil t 

. ' ' ' ' ! i . < i ' I 



d bird in the (iloriout uru1c for 







(OTTAWA P.- tiiH-rttiiiont of Ute Indian* arc 
i appear* Uuit 
titt ChocU -. iiaUfice Of wnehrt, ho. 



common I, i 



lvT^M*) Ht>O*l ft DUwt OC te^88 eW 
vcliirf Ta^ ehiHt off taW 

.,'.!. f -.. awmU . hM ' ' 

deotrnjr it at ranch M pOttttJi To 



they have pMH4l the foll 



o prr- 
*cb- 



JaVtJM. Sfpt. IS, IM1 
H bat been an old ewatom ol tbe Cboctat 
prrvont aaid to be vixxard* or witkhn vtth 



katb, itliuut gnrng them a (air trial by u 

, v. ! BJflBj] 



u \ictimt 

Of tlllt lublt- ' 

ai genera) ewneU of the north. 

r*.t. ,.! * ,!.. . . .. tint, in fata . - 1 |.< i * . 

bo thJI be accutrd ol IK-MI* izzrd or iteb, tball 

!.i.-i . .i..| commuted, or ly auj for 

. ibry tltall be puo- 

iabed at ibe diKmioo of th- court. 

boll ftiid >l tnjr |.lcc i 1 - 

tbe Mid entrjHt B oia| from or returning to the t 

aaM body thai I be pot to death at the place wber* it may 

we diaaourcd. aadtbe taUl body t,ll be rut open by 

l'i..,.. r {,-rv :. .,,! ,, x ..ni'.atall ' i '-) M Ma> 
Utmkafi- !arrportbemadeofmid 



Ami ,t >t Wu by furtber rewlved. that M 
have tbe power to p*t Mrwteooa of 
aon or pmoot that ma> be aceoaed of IK-KIR a wissard or 

Ityol 



r.-r the pea- 



_r..f *M. J**n Sfinar Smith baa been appomttd DM- 
c major tenet . 

Genera* JU/wjeJH bat lately oome into potaet ion ol 

: . . > it :... t. .-,-.; ibi - <-- 

^ffim " 



.,.| |,KMI,. r.v - 

Rladofit. 

t p> of eountt, 

l C.Mcll. 

l ucft ihmgv MT "m the lt of faiaiiiinfri in 
>m Havre, are motH toned to 

<ite or 



[.._. k -*- - * 

' . * >' If- i . ; . 

.. - , 

^JUoVfiaW TW^oU.H, c ,,far 



,-. 

. 












IkarlrMl.lM. Mr. I'.. H IV 

JM.MdMteaii' 

/ - - - S; -, - - 



powerful kia of tbe two 

loth. ho t ~ t of 

MvfM 



\V JV* VvtMrW afaafvlo." A trry talwable aarkt 
eomya b oow paniof tbro^b the **OM. 

. I'Notory ol tbe a* ebrtotr*. aatd biaidy avlMBa* 



a IOIIMII f om of tW pmoq*! of tWm. .aalaiiH 
t jrw* btwewt o !> yopU of d>ot m of d iaftrai 



of Hor. Who* 



okkff (! ol datmMalfnw ~- 
tkM of Ihrte ork. n ot UMftidt ! OMl iMk, 4 UMV 

1^1 c-t. ..,N WCMM -..'r' 



, Ky. a rap!ly icre|j*f b |Opnla<awi ha 

. .. - / . -,, 

i a__ . | - a. B V _ e. ^ 

I IM CMMMMI OVCr MS W6M MMMM%OOa. 

Occooiion. Va. mieeo mile* from A> dm.Col koo 

, mr^y ^ J( rr J, -.,-,. I <*-,.. > M kj .r. I ' .. t 

c ,!..>. I I r . T H ; * T ' ' -'. ' ". f . ! . 



of tiiem wai be 



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air p, ' o ^ r , ',','" ' 

IMaS //.-'- - Ml 



s. 

return to hit o.n cowatry. M tbe iM 
Monrotmonihe 



-i 



Mi 



heitbofJuh l^i lit .Ma f ed 
f man, and dcd tW U*L elbi* 



Cronrf/rf>cr. It it talked of. to bwOd a Widft *9m 
tbe foot of Maiden Lane, New York, to Urooklj .. ba> 

abipt to f 
Genera/ PMbp'fiertl : 



rcTolut. with tbe rok of ooL al cloae. awd Mtft^ 

Vur Parker. wbieti the Utlrr WM 

kdied m tbe late wr. thcwed th-t b.t old ipini bad wot 



7V.fHhMMmr. a. : .. a'^-.td- IM.II. 



evbjawai 

^_t ^ -fcl^l^ -* 4^ M ^i_l . I . t > * - fc. ^i m^*-.m 

uii a ptam aiw axtaftove aMUTMitaj. wmv IWOK ojt i 

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.-- >-t . , . , i . 

i ' \ ',>. 

T f 



. 
. 

bit ow ooMrtry. ami tbe pr4e of iV 
I be atiai^n ** BcajaMm I'ranklin. fW tea of 
a tallow eba*dKrr t bimacU a printer. 

/ ./"-. !..;.; . ' 

nt it estimated t .r|r4tbeea. 

Tbo MedHuiMtaai and tbe Adratto, to tac aborr* of 

ilmatu, are v*Mble from th powt 

h from tbew Wdt m the 

i^NMlM^Jw Sr'.: -."- ' - : ' 
.....r 1 -. etptlti 




, . < - ' ' 

_. Mec of OMckwaMa) cloed cm tfM 3I of 

jivardr.! 



NILKS KKf.ISTKK 14, Is*:' IHNM.K I n MR. 



'he pablished tables it appears that the variation of his 
chronometer between any two months scarcely r 



'/'. A gentleman oi ! 
t iocs to a Ik 

none, unil-r the dirrrtinn < ! M 



14 it procuring 

-an on 
' , .//'".' .V-j.- 



i/*. I he small town ol Mansfield. 
realizes about $5,000 a \earlrom tlic manufacture of 

' nf females nn ' 
There are counties, large and p 
not so great a % - 
Dtmttrttkuhut - 

geeoant) '! the last 

season. At 5 cent* p i pi lieete was 

nearly twenty ihonwuid dollars. H i- 

reeordmg this I- many 

towns in the western part of the state of New ^ 
tainmg twice the population of Aurora, which live upon 
Ohio produce bought in village markets. 

Bonapartff. Mr. Jet r.rte, of 

fisltimore, son rf the ex-king of \Vc.tphlia, married 

Willran.s .-I tins city, last week, and Mr. Joseph 

B*Mp*rte, ex-k i, was present nil without 

ffrUpjtrn; any public "se-. 

* new novel by our 

feuatryman Cooper, has just teen pul .1 l<-sari. 

'irr\, l.'j .,..; '.:>. From a few extracts we have 
' aracterised by the usual abil- 
ity and skill rf the talented author. 

*ly-/or<r ;' .w building at Van Die- 

comalee. India 

Oifcbcr i* now us d there in sheathing vessels, by straining 
a tbrn roat over the surface. Imiia rubber cotton is also 
used as an impi rv.ous covering uherevi r such is requisite, 
and the use ol both it is said wilt shortly be extended to 
SrUnd. 

Mnr virtuti* premium. On Saturday night last the 
venerable ex-presidents Madison and Monroe, attended 
the Richmond thcnlre. On the entrance of these pa- 
trjarehs. the auf 1 rose and greeted 

them with cheers, and the house rung, for a few minutes, 
with the roost deafening appl 

Thank*?:' The governor of Ohio has 

ip pointed the 19th, and the ^.\ 

Massachusetts, New lUmp and Rhode Island 

the S6th of this month, to he observed as days of humila- 

tion, thanksgiving anil pmycr. ThurwUy, the 3d day 

s also been rrcomm-ni!ed by the gt>V- 

e'nsors of New York and of Vermont to the inhabitants of 

those Mates for observance in the same manner. 

.1 teabnfi'ouagfvithoutffrogr. The cchooner Ant- 

Mon-yi, owi fl.-rg an.! Co. has 

gpne on a sealing voyage to the 'southern or Antarctic 

peean. Her compliment of men is about thirty, and her 

;otended absence from twelve to eighteen months, and she 

on bn.rd no Spirits at all. 

w York last 

*eck, which resulted in the death of a highly respectable 
lady. It appears that Mr. Milligan, of Lou. with his 
and servant, proceeded in a hack with the 
*>ew of going on board a vessel in which they had taken 
jiawage for Ner Orleans. The driver, by tmrtAe, went 
upon the wrong pier, and in endeavoring i<> turn the car- 
riage, the horses became frightened and it fell into the 
''P dTW 11 * * e nmalt whh them. The husband, 
child and servant escaped, but all effort* to tav Mrs. M. 
wefe ineffrr 

*\>*JcTtr P-t. r P. Vroomwas, on the f,ih inM. 
tleatedgr 

-.omrmint. The legislature has closed 
their sessmn, and will meet again on the 3d of January 

Sped. A new steam boat built in New York, called 
the Presi'lt n\ travels at the rate of eivfitcen milet an 
hour! 

.Ifrfrfcrr/. A law has been passed at the late session of 
the legislature of Vtrraonr, abolishing all but (he train- 
ing required yearly tor the inspection of arms. The 
j>pwer of calling out the militia at other times, is left to 
the discretion of the higher officers. 

C/m-aOcr Rebflh, charge d'affaires from B/azil to this 

sgjjpjj from Baltimore for Rio de .Un'-iro on 



Sunday lat. He was nm ! for his liberality, 

W tenton. On Tuesday night, says the H.diimorc 
in, a gentleman who eam< nd.iu- 

lormtutthat :<' imlrs In-in tin- .-i:\ th, 

this inform wt ion when H friend kte|<;<- <1 int.. ll 
a parcel of ribe ttrawt> m ilu 

i.n-li. i! to his dwelling 

Irnit gn-w in tl..- .,;nl tin- oidy 

>n taken was to protect the vim s Irurn tl. 
.ndv 
Snow full on Saddle .Mountain, Massachusetts 

.i.ircon- 
trast to vrde below. 

.Sttan. ' t lie l.'itb con- 

tains an ' : ! ( luttii, appi 

n to I), .lii.ui O'l':,i nl tin- 

vilege for 15 years, of establishing steam !";. n. ih. is- 
land of Cuba, undi : Mins. 

.d court 

.,ini trri:iin ( r tor tin . run, N. 

Y. a cause for a breach of promise of marriage 
l):iid Wallace, brou-hi by Kinelmc Kellogg, 
and the jury found a verdict tor i of one 

thousand dollars. 

at Middli-town, N. II. r.Vo. Koberlt, aged 75 
years, a warrior of the revolution, who performed a 
gallant part in the battle which took place between the 
Rirluivtl, under Paul .Tonys, and the ,S>rn/>, capt. 
Pearson. He was 

the castle of < . -r of Scotland, and 

carried off tin A hah caused Jon< 

trouble, as he repurchased the whole in France and re- 
stored it to the earl. An old comrade says that Roberts 
was a worthy man and an excellent seaman. 



DINNER io MR. 1WO\YV 
A number of citizens of New York having deterrn 
to invite Mr. Brown, our I to France, to -j, 

public dinner as a manifestation of their regard lor 
worth :<nd services, the following note wat addrr&s> 
him by the committee tt-1 
To (he Aon. Jutne* /frown, late minister 

of the United Statr*. to Fr. . 

SMI A nuinl.ei of gentlemen of all political parties, 

us of expressing on your return to your native 

country, the hi>;h estimation which they entertain of your 

services, while representing this nation at the court of 

and your uniform kindness and hospitality to 

your countrymen, who, during your mission, have visited 

or resided in Paris, r*MpecUu!l) request the honor of your 

company to partake of a public dinner, on Friday the 6th 

:>er, at the City Hotel. 

We are personally much gratified to have this oppor- 
tunity to assure you of our great respect and esteem. 

Philip Hone, W. W. Woolsey, Isaac Carow, 
(iris*n! e., (ieorge (iriffin, 

rnsen. 
TD llus note, the comn. ! ihe annexed re- 

vc received with sentiments of un- 
le, the invitation you b:s\e ,. 

of my fellow citizens "ofall political 

parties," to partake with them, of a public dinner on the 

piing this invitation, permit me to 

request that you w ill have the kindness to express to th>- 

gentlemen, to whom I am indebted lor this flattering 

ipprobation, my grateful sense of tier in- 

' rny conduct, 

:>ml that }Oti will be pleas- 

: >r join-selves, individually, sincere assur- 

: the obligations I i very polite manner 

in which that invitation has been communicated to me. I 

have the honor to be, with every sentiment of respect and 

esteem, gentlemen, vour faithful and obedient servant, 

JAMES BROV 
rs. Philip Hone, kc. 

vital ion was also tent to gov. Harbour, recently 
! from the court of St. James, (having been re- 
moved from his embassy by the present administration), 
to participate in the festivities of he day. The circum- 
Vtances ol Mr. Barbnur, milch TO the regret of his friends, 









"Ol.fc-r'1 I tosfa 

t'c lull ,> .f. g ii 'r 

I Ug lu 
t.c, toadtoarr on 



111* fk*fe. M .41 to wt fcf 



A*w for*. AV*. I. 

t.k. as M - 



r won my utaats M M at- 
a/dataivtetl ... -, .. i. 
>oo the *k k. 

> Franc*, by maay of the 

and.,* frwrfMlMall4MMbtoM at* ' 



R .,, I (.- .f 



t toy .peclji fftun* una.nw'abM i>rcrtt | m 
t|.,rr ..,!,. ..r.t I,. ! ('., , V.,,,, ,. ; ...... 

be thereby depn.r.l..l the ,,; << -I.., 

MM tWly hetw ceereH of *)fcmf *b mv 



Ml - .,. 



M 
lurvnk ainoi.k' "' I 'l '< ' I* 



a. grnilemen, I bof to oAr my profound r- 
I to k of you the ftfor to mk* raj oskftov- 



IIM(M'M 1C 
Messrs. /*./ *m*, ke 

lilt* lluintr Wat Jjifrti at IMC* I ilf llo'* I, jttj it \j*t 

a>ak aV^^ aV _^ iBV aaatJk^at -i _t_L- , , _- , . 

TO fit % ' l *r n ip- ,1 in .-, { , |, ^ , . i . i , .',-;', ,. 



UlM|U<llm|; I.JI ll.r ,,,HMl,r, .,1 j;r,,l|,,,,M, -I,, MT 

*l uft9 OMAd09| VftA opVairQft ol 

t.o hundrr.! I' .11 .. . ... ;,t, ,..!.,!. :,*.'r. I ', 

eao,fa. Amoof tbe r tr,t,, beskles Mr. llro 
live Hfjajl i,l Mirf.-lli.il rit.iiittn i. lii> I,, i,. i JM t^i 
\ ebster. of Masmchuietit. .n.i 



-ell 



I. (tar 



of brr 



^ McHty lor the u 



: it,, 

M folio.. - 



.11 oo. Uave the hooor to propose a toast .l.icli 
TouUti no ,:.-.! ted. and r 

I am sure your good feelis)fs .ill responl. I' 

our de- 

this lime to hon all aequam- 

the ability and dapiity ..tl, .h.cl, hr h . 
:... hifb oftoe obroed. And as 

os, to testify our approbation of his ofteml s 



1 J *a*jsi*jee eatamatv e/ s%e eaMc emjrtee&rs, 



,,.!.,? I 

, (,.,.. '.. . 



IWt 






owo plM.oyirMrfVono* iomf.tL*i*m*t i 

'HMrfn. oiio MX <k, a*. 

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1 . ' '' 



,t, 



' 



vteM, M pi !< U} cr*, M Stoomajfc*.. 4 r 

the army and I.MJ , and . , 

* It .a* my prtdt aftd pliOSUrs 10 .rl.oMi 



t my pr.dr i.<) |.|. >.rr 

v.,1 tu rrinrn, fj ll, t , ,. :. .1 . > k ! M ^t. 

Ui ether iluttft to perform lUe tbor bl. U 
h* |0f cnMMtf. I CMnot Uke ) ^l fc* 



km hr h*'. CTjiinil y wir i 
rr.ccsM-IILr^le^ 
of fratMude, to j ou, geetlrejea, ami to osTsr 

Proeperity to laeeity of Ne. York, awl AS aot*. 
. Wilhem C. Rivea, ow aam*ttr 10 

\l , . i.M t.. . , f , : i . ; ,-r c- . t ,; .. . I , 

. to ~Mn*n mthmct<m of ike caaams of emr 



Km,..-. 



e.-,rt:-The name of A 

: ' . ' " . 

Urn local dismmmammt " 



TttSttJ 



j. . I ! . t 

Ike a|uiuio of k*. ln%r, or Ike 



t. UUyctte "1/HottM dr doit III" 

rk. 
cioppiioo to the clMfC tliat r*pwbl< tn ua> 



But 



. .dulgrd b advertmf to 
vkioh Mr. Hro.n ha. upoa our gratitude. 

of ut have rnjoyed in our uwa person , or in 
iml relate 

. 
trymon. who I 



.ere arc moment t, eten smidsl Ike bustle 

Ol th.t ^ a.,,1 lr'.tc iart|-.,;,.,|, V . .hlofe U. ll M,- V , 

offer .ander back with aniiou. .. 
natir i, n .l *-..; L-. tt,,-v n ,.i.,i.-:u. be ka* vi I, .. M 



the viltto of thoae kind office. l.h 

farlhr ,, .-l.,Mhc wle world of ... 
K.ru Iron, H,o |. n .! i,l I.M htfM rt 
all of Ibcw srtitlemen then rrteut and al.Ml, 



James Bro.n, lite mmw- 
- anor. Honor at home, to him who has doae 
konorto his country abroad.*' 

,rrn*.4li .hkhtkis toast .as rrcehred, 
hod subsided. Mr. Bro.n, rose and reiurr. 
to the rrntlemeu for the honor which 

i|iresa my jratitude for Ike 
vkJahmr fell. .< 12. iTrdme, 

t'he compliment paid tn rot by thisouaicrou* and 
WBcetskle aasemblafe ot centlemea. Bat 1 am act ao 
TI i , our fatorable opinion of th. 

blc ii,,|,t.. : .,,| whoaddresscs TOU. toany merit which he 

laj ed to his offieail charaoter. No, teatiemesn 
I refer yoor kmdncts to a far diflrnrnl mr 



l ' rorroory of Oe \Vt Clialoa 1U fasae * 

conunrntur ilr vith the piUSfMllHj of our Stale. 

r art - republican aimpi4y *s not eamao> 

Miy aad aary of t! 

.ant 
Amoof the roioatecr 

. i , 

>*'.!. r 4. ,* 

By m jiaatf--Tke steae reorady aakJUed mtbe Vr- 
ento eon.mtion. when nt ol lh 

Stairs uneestod aaotker to tke ekain a ksaUhl aOaa- 

' at__ -. ^ .**^^aBV ^af jaems* aaaaJ aVea>f am1ama\ 

iTaHKHI Ol UM MatpMaMT laVal MFCalfUl OT ^aW M9ff^aV 

/! ,U ^ rJr&LKa^UotUrml s^bHt^s^aa^ 
/L Jit?. A JwmW /^sm* OmHss Carroll of Car* 




J^JUr. Caiv. bM-lfof 

Honored tr 

rceivrd wkh the attblOJrtio> of the oH4. 
tooM M rrortrcd wh UM 



u>oa as saeaoe was rred. Mr. 
Webster rose, aad, tko* take* by srpr. aod 

for the call, rrierord hn tba^. - 

, : - . ,'. 

ate to the ina Mr. W. sat dowa amasat kmd aad 

rrpeited cheers.] 




Aceordmc to i 

^.rtT of Soulh Car^l-na. rcU:.r ; t 
use ofnee la tke aoy ol the Uaed 
kri mka* alaH i 



die eom^ 






Ml - REG] 



- ol 



pooding secretary of te s< . Washington, esq. 

on thr part of the ini:tution, and the secretary > 

Mr. \V aldington < 
; iowrag the nutritious Quality and \ 

.! * prrpHt- 



nre among 

el th<- n:<\ ' mi t i. Hi Ii i 

fcuJoaera* office, relating to i 

y department, f)r/6rr SI, 1829. 

i 

COnu d I he . V| l! \ 

lairuducmg rice as a part of thr lood to be used by th 
nary of the UnKed Slain, and enclosing an ex t net iron 
.nlmitcs of the Agricultural society 

S hrcn given to 

! enclose a copy of a leltu Imni th 

j . .. i '..in i>i: tin i!- \ i.-u > in u-htioi 

i a i- ' article of rice. 

1 beg y ott to as< fSoutl 

Carulm*. tltat experiments shall be made, and a tarr anc 

estimation be had, to lest the weight of the objec- 

tions urged bv the commissioners. I am, very respect- 

kc. JO; 

ll'm. tTatlungton, etq. coring ec'ry Jig. toc'y S. C 

y cmmi**onrr' ofltct, October lG//i, 1829. 
Sl: UjrOu 

(a, etq. and tlie resolutions ot the agricultural society 

refer to 

rs beg leave to observe 

- law, rice - \\ ration 

I the w.-i-L (\\ ednesday am! 
d to each person on boani of ship it is also 

'ret. 

The i rs concur in opinion with Mr. \\ a*h- 

ington .,- i'S at. d wh 

and they wotih! he gl.<d t > see it more extt '.-i\< h n 
ihsti it it. There is, howexer, amon^ sailors g< 
a strong prejudice or dislike to it. 

versal, that the us-.- of it impairs the 
sight, and it is a fact that of the quantity issued in our ser- 
vice,- > than one halt is* eonsumed. Tin 
prejudice or dislike, is E nl, that i.\ 
to intr i "f rice would, MC ;tj)juc- 
^nder tlie service unjin;, 

t to the sen M objection of some 

weight ex.hu, in the quantity of water which would be 
<n a season of active ope- 
laiions, this objection wmild he more serious. 

was once made by one ol our command- 
ers lo introduce the use of corn, hominy, and meal on 
hoard ol Usably hut u }in><'ii>rd such BIM-K,US discon- 
tent among the crew, that it !. 

the honor to be, with great respeit, sir. your 
servant, JOHN Hi )!)(,! 

Hon. Jthn Brunch, secretary of the navy. 



..I.LOK'S COIKI'-LONDON" 

,f venerate tuit. 7 

said that his clients had oht.iinc'l a decree 

- tar I8i0, ordering to be paid to them 

: um of money, winch the master reported them 

I IK- p\ ment of this money was, however, 

executors, on the ground thut they should 

not be justified in doing w>, while knottier suit, wii cli had 

grown oat of the same estate, viz. ii . idgeon. 

was pending. The learned 1 counsel was willing to admit 

- might be a good objection, and he therefore a|>- 

plied for leave lor > > 50 into the mas 

hcc to examine l tie proceedings m that case, which was 

A no* extraordinary one. It w.* c. .,.,-. nr, .1 m 180U, 

! S0a decree was obtained; ,t then slrpt till I8'20, 

:rx! s-nee has been lingering on; and now, in 1829, its 

ion appears as hopeless as ever. During all this 

less a sum than 2OJ,000 has been lo . 
We, all of us, continued Mr. II <tn<-, well know that a 
lung chancery suil does good to some one or other (laugh- 
ter); but really nothing decisive to be done in '29 years 
;r'bn to<. b.i'-J tie im;u'ed ne bJ^rae to the gcotle- 



> , hut some thing ought to be done, 

:T:.llt Ilis n 

,!! <>! Mr. ' 

s, had 

its to brinj; llut 
^ tint to :. t. 

i^-u-tli, it is a 
suit. 

Mi. r. 

M lii:-li. j,i-r::,< (\ir 

front answering nil the matters com., '.ill, for 

it he did so, H nd was ohli^e.l to set dule ol 

unts, the enormous sum of JL''J9,000 would be 
lone. 

:.at fact is n-pnrtetl in 
books. 

Mr Dickcrstelh. Tw scar* ago this bill 

was filed lornn account; and if M: II .is were 

to look at the enormous docum-m* and ti nm-ndous ac- 
counts, th.-y would not b- d ;h:n it is not 
yet brought to a close. Master "('MX pretty well knows 
wh:tt t'i-> nre. (I. .n-liti-r. ) The li-:,rni-d pMitli-min 
tin n read hit affidavits, denying that n> di Uy Ictif taken 
r any ti-ssat .'uring a 
ve-rr short interval, whm a compromise ws hoped to be 

I other cenUenea appeared on the same side, 
but (he court intimate,! that it was satisfied with the affi- 
davits. 

Mr 1 1 <-?! :< repealed that he could not understand how 
it WHS possibl I'-umrd in making 

out an account. i in his opini(<- 

justly attributed to the (act DtOTI being the 

s.and that)!. vas pay ing simple 

:nnl compound interest. As his unfortunate c! 
could only have simple.- mu rest, the defendants re-aped 
an e\iclent advantage from delay. Il they had done all 
they could, the matter might have been long M 
brought to close, and during this time his clients v 
tarvn -ct persons who would 

soon go through the Hccoitnts. 

The vice chancellor. You ask for an indulgence 
hich the court n of opinion you are not entitled to ihe 
motion must therefore he dismissed with costs. 



UI.I'UBLIC OF COLOMBIA. 

(From the P/ulath'l/ihs.i l l n<.~c Current.} 

Custom home ofLaguira. 

General commercial statement of value of imports nut) 
exports at Laguira, for the year ending 30lh June, 1829. 

From A* ll ' n bc>' <>f l\iln>' of Dntiet. 

veuelt. carto*. alorem. 

England tl $5ir,,'2f>7 T4 $4,033 SI $98,29 41 

France 11 S8 75 31,^ 

Cermany 9 i 984? I')i,6o4 7G 

U. States 35 55 487 89 72,105 88 

Spanish 1 18,115 2i 5,3o4 00 'J.f.IS 17 

Islands 150. J . .'495 .% 

Confiscated 1.JU416 46225 



26 i : 

TALVB OF 

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lass 

i rlnsi 
.lass 
eltM 


16 105,827 8-2 

ixron 

32,465 38 
^08,419 S8 
148,446 69 
149,90 

37,052 90 


336,600 55 
$28,930 If, 



les that have pail specific duties. 
Provisions 1U2.790 .3 

1 ,H|iiorn. brandy, wines, Xcc. 
Other MI y)8 48 



1,484,030 70 



205,725 30 
1.719,28* 16 



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of our Mljoiaiaft tiMer w.tr. w> e^lc b. . 

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. r 4oy *f crir*ru:r Krtiitlul of bit mingt to our- 

tOMl VM . 

ir.J '. lhr aiittmi . (1.^1 ^ \\ > I ,..,;,* . I 

MOr<M0.1. 
m PCM. 
he memory of WMhtagtov. 

te. 



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B, nn SmM My. 

Att 1 .me, ui.dl tin !-' ' 

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other ibonghu drnuutd mj oof. 



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fl*MTinry. 

tor'. Uurr! re*th iMUbdci 

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the* I.M .botte, 
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.'.Hm prwpu drrw . 




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196 MLUS' KMU-TFlll i S29 TIRGINIA CONTENTION. 



Mr. O'Coniu II has mMn-ti. 
tbeedhor of (he Cork Mrrcai 

> our psprr 

IBC by an'Aim ricni. I aunt; t 

Miry of Washington nt. <M( be was N slave 

I ile , and oaly eistanupetrd In* own : 
IHI ill. lima liavinf I. 

life, and \m\ rn&jhu nie eoeaplirornt to human 
that he c 

only when he coudl tutlain no personal in con > 
from such , 

"I acknowledge I threw (hit net ^ ave of 

Washington, but 1 flung it with regn t. It wa extorted 

t; Hied that tllC 

Tiers of great IMA we doubly enormous enormous, H* 
tkey eomradm* the teooi 

lorce of rumple and 

which they afford t .initials, whose vices are 

Hue. 

.n<l i, \ 

he asaails nie 
tram beneath a mask. If he were to give his natne to 

> to one that he would provt 

slave owner, or the son of a slave owner, himself; and 
nmbaMy onr nl those many American- 

^ unction to their soult. that it on. nut be a crime 
w one half of the exam | ngton: name- 

'e the proprietor of slaves. 

"But how IMS this un ' Wasli- 

inftoo? \\h\, lu tafttt dared to deny the tact I stated, 

MDely, that Washington hud slaves all hiv 

emancipat. d th< m at his death. No that would In- too 

ican slave owner. Hut In- has 

sought to diminish the crime of Washington by bringing 
a faTte charge against me, and by distorting the senti- 
ments of others; ami yet these miserable efforts to wash 
the only black spot 'in the character of Washington, 
serve but to show the hopelessness of the effort, and to 
render tin dark shade on his character more distinct. 

.as charged me with treating the immedia' 
ihsilion of the black British subjects in the West In- 
dies as an abMii'lit). I said no such thing. 1 think it 
would not he either absurd or impracticable. I think 
slavery is a ennu- lobe abolish - ly tin CM! to 

fee Mil. 1 insisted, 

shall insist, on (be imniediutr i> slave. 

Bat I said that the Weftt Induins 01 _ freedom 

were conh-rred at anarchy and 

outrages on lite and property; and that, tin- 
would acquiesce hi a gradual abolition of slavt i 
tided it were a real and not a mock progress ot 

is (he onU profession 1 made to the criminal* 
wbo hold their fellows M part Man, 

the property -f man!!! and it is a false American citizen 
wbo comes forward to palliate this off. ncr, * hidi cries to 
heif . n for vengeance, and to all good men tor immediate 
correction. 

-ays Watbington was educating hi* slaves into a 
fiitness for freedom. He says this gratuitously Mm 
what' was Washington then so tinluekly as not to have 
Oecevded in finishing the education of his slaves until 

day of his own death' Hft'I the sbv. -. a kind of 
lease for a* I: ('urn' and was that 

:ely the lif. of Washington' NN bat a ; 

\ery good H i;enerou man 

uith n.. u'r. t this one fault of \Yashington; but 

he should candidly admit that it was a deep ibougb I 

t a damning spot < v ise stainless purity 

and simple mjeiv ol ch.-^r.i 

liingion was one of thr greatest men the world 
ever product ' > otiam was pun und d 

cd. Hift lc<\e of i 
chaste and correct. I 
not by turbulence n: 
of the law, and to the - 

Yet whentlu- Msers of the crown to lis- 

ten to peaceful and com 

the field, he made the boastful British rulers to rue their 
stupid obstinacy: he won the laurels of liberty from the 



.h native land, and he was th 

:,-! of bis I).: 

... 
ititn MM independent nnd n nr. 

. character 

.i) I ll.:il I 

I, llml the slave-: 

!i\ ull those whose opinions ought tc 
>e valuable. Man in the property uf man in . 

< -men in bondage. Of all UK i. 

living, an nwnrrof.'i 

the most despicable he is a p 

nity aud 
x-raal cry of 
ive-holilers. 'Base wr 

should u rut 'base wretches, how dare 

sarred 

.:<<<, with (he presence nnd the suffer- 
ings Ot IHIII...II h. nigs r, 

i mode of Hssistni-; our pr>or enslaved 
li; i ,isn.^ up the force ol pub- 
lic opinion it) their I vor, :ind ' 

i their t>k masters. Let h< -i !> no U 
ii slavery behold how I shall convict them out 
:hs. 

t i> i nv< <1, from the kindness of Mr. J. Minus, 

i 'ion ot 

* with a facsimile ol the signa- 

tures In it I re:id, with a glowing soul, these 

.<! lhes< troths to he ill men 

,'i:d lh:t tin \ :r.- endowi-i| ' 
. .:, inalienable rii;h! that :nno:i};- 
are life, lihert) , :md tli pin sin; ot Imppiiu-sS." 

"Look at these words, An- ens, H.i< ^ 

.I charter of An, i tli*- 

principles which they consecrated by an appeal to the 
Great and Awlul Ruler of the Universe. He smiled on 
the progress of their arms. It was a kind of compact 
with the Deity. Not without his auspices are the Amer- 
icansfrce an.l independent. May we not be permitted 
tO ask whether they shall not provoke ven^e^tn e who 

\, l.ur ill brown principles, and outrage their own solemn 
and heaven-alt e^< . >n? 

".loin with me, lr.c:nds ol "irerdom, friends of bumani- 

noi wlnl-t I live, shall tin 

IKS. But I'-t ub'ever cherish the % 
illustrious Bolivar, (he greatest, in my opinion, and the 
purest of patriots, who began Ins career of liberty, by 
giving freedom to seven .hundred staves which ' 

lilusli, virtuous Americans, l this con- 
trast with your great and glorious Washington, who, I 
repeat it, had slaves all his life, and only emancipated 
them as against his 

I lie}; }t>u to correct a ludicrous misprini in the 
note }ou 

Hrunrwicker" for 

" Benthamite % "*n& gave that praise to the former which 
<lue to the latter. I :m proud of being a "Ben- 
thamite," because he seeks the "greatest happiness ol 
the greatest number." I would not be a Mrm 

reated universe. 1 am, sir, nt ser- 

VIIUHNIA CON \ FA "I I 

On tin Jti-l inst. ill-- resolution as to the manner of 
in- members of the legislature, being un- 
ation 

.>fr .Monroe rose, and spoke io nearly the following 
words: 

It is with reluctance, sir, that I now rise to address 
us lor which I cannot repeat: but, being 
under the necessity ofgM . I owe it to con- 

tit uents who have generously placed 
.nnonwealth I have long serrf.-d, and 
torayscl! the grounds on which I shall give 

I must do it with the utmost brevity and I 
fear I shall fail in giving the explanation I wish. 



,19-Yll; iVENTH 



ttnt'i xJ>. ..! . MJ .- M -'- > I 

Neroibre.aaderto ih< 

r every pert Mo of the eo*nmralih to un.tr in 
f*r**c*mrM wbah may ,. >c mtsf< 



Men norttOB of Us* smli lkf he*e ! 

I profirrljr dM^Kt froikr proylco/ti 

Mm*tf 
H,--fl. of !, l*t*i*rMMh+t 

ihal iKr j-eo^lr Of on. AtiBOt* border 

.. ' 
*hmi MftltftoflT 



.' ;.;: v ;; :, 






.(Oportant t 
assuoe of ike enmmoewtallh and of th* nation that we 

aftrcU ui-0* r l.lut, ,. .,! Wbai .,11 . . 

e shall a. 



or.* 

MMMfHHT..I U l ..II I,,- '.r 

.1 .. I I 1^- . - * * _lv - 

. ' '. 






BW S*4 SMTe*l, till 1 IrOfth OS* |Wt Of llM eOM- 

I 

- 



of the commoner. hh' that would be the 
i whagk must 

IVOW MHmMlMOtIS fO All* 9IiOISlQ K ISK^ pMM4f ^ OOtt0 ttM 

eet forward wJ.<>ut MJury from it: evea the party who 
he1prr,.c,1 - -, tt, ,,.. .,.,,,-., M 

1 be the 



\\.ll ,u sJmJHi '. ' II 



ih*t ibi Mate 



U M. Hut. if rt does afree lo H, can 



. . i i 

them important to the ttroBfth of the cow- 

ofthe 

1 hote VHbed to MC thete objects proteovted, 
tlie limited MiBoratiof the MMe. ami wh 



MB bmd u. lo R rll,rr ' if the / 
tralc.l Irotnid ' i! 
ed. Then we shall have the 



\\ ', , || , .',.,. t!,,- 
tlBBtk statn shall be sep- 
theeoootry must b mm- 






on the Krouod of the 
ill not the Carol au 



dothesamr' ft* the MM ;..,-, blei *i .;.-!- ' M . 
UOM do ntt u iat mrt^w'sutes whwh'haVe bee* Ml- 

SI' 



kwaadilcn.ant) thr n.|rrr(t ol 
i are nraHi tl..- same. Tkere are eae 
fdJkjmJmTMMM .... wi.Kh , ., MBfj < ,n 

1 lu' i I'M- fi f 11 /-'* : ** \< ' " *Z * 

i the new and old stales, then onr 

ual, nothing can crr l.rr.k ,t. 
There are two great waters 



MT part of it), whidi I am very arx 

Ihr .t(r ,,,!! :....,. ,, kj , , t ( ni 

Wlwtareourfrowndsof d<vtoioB> On what do they 
^rrt that I am monmpetrnt to ro at large mtO 

a eoo*nlr ri, >n "t |kl I' BtomvM li% '' ' m 
rrMi- m \\\r %i>-n< ; ' t id ',* t .i-, i' ( ii r BTOl ' - 
tien to the lefiamtwre shall be based opon the while pop. 
.ntrndrd. on the other hand, by those 
r east, that 4 thall be based on the prm- 

WNmVlmMtta I ilC^*? ftPl 

1 am mttoned that the 
in the west, is rational under particular 
.* often been seejested here, and I 
it view, that pettmf thecifoeAssa an eoea 



oiple^j-opui.-,.:, Md 




vHh that view, 

Md the bam >,;. tUv 



on the natural rights ol man. and in poliry 

unoer certam circum*!inc . H .: :<* k -: :t,.- VthmU 
fwkBfry, and what the principal of 






. 



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or of the eetaal rhis of mm*. 

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Md muM MOH bll UJKHI tW r* of *o*rtr wd rrort to 



plttovcr for MDMMC ncr. As to tlw ooMoMff of 
ei|wtinr ihro,*i*rreQbrrfoirb 
fbr no. Af vhot 




,..:> '. 



fcct ol *~* i !! aoy, tir. took ot Owv wWjoj 
of til; yet the HM oXta Ur off fro* MT Irrr^ory. 



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\ - - td tUt tWl ertl DM prrr rJ MM eke 

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.>t in their several 

various bills of rights, why may wv m* erne*! that they 

i 

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No impotatiAn then CM be east owm her m thte MMhm 



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itcotinn of kmry, Md 

A* (A mmr mf*mvm tiaii n frrl .. <|M-B OB MlOJMft 

Av Iv WVr WCWW rVMvvwA I i^Vl '^^^r 

far them, as far tfMM OB the Athwtie horder. I h*e o 



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UooaJ feelow . I look at the 

thr.rM.rrol ib* 




IBS NILES' REGISTER NO> u. 1-. > S IK<;INIA COMlATfoY 



They all held under their charters, 
as the revolution adfanccd, k began to be contend- 
ed by those states whose territory was covered with no- 
pohuion, that thos 

them wto a common Mock, for the benefit of ti" 
and this contest . > such an v 

naces of hos- t > >>c utturwd. To *\ 

discontent. - d Slates ih 

csl of the Ohio, out ol 

Mb*! i ;ii i- M union liavc since lrcn formed, 

rn, altoa diatant part o 

! > re the rr at of the stale, claitn- 

td ludi-prndnur. ITlTgtti I..-,-M.-.I M r.n i,lvi; IM..I 
lite hour dart ol thrntw its; 

,1 mountain*. 

doe ot her boundary was 1 It as it stood before: that 
Ml tbr inhabitants majht be hcl 

What has been her course M to settlement, quite up t- 
the boundary i fair, open, manly 

end generous. She has seldom refused the erection of 
country wherever it was sought for. So, at least, I am 

, 1 wasabcitt at the time, nor can I be 
to recollect ih details ol this subject. Shi has been 
of no oppression, as 1 have heard acknowledged 
here; where. -"-d with delight the 

mutual respect and confidence with which gentlemen on 
,e aides ol tbe disputed question speak ol 



otben am) 



tly hope they will rem 



t.oun.t t,. S Uh,p. 

esi arrangement for the settling of that 
qajiatii wly state my own view*: I hold con- 

caasno u br necessary on both sides. I think the claim 
ol the wr Mroof, but those ho reside . 
aide equally so. It is sakl, that bj the principle they 
BCMrtiiad lor thr natural . nl man are 

o not so view tin- ease. I think that it ad- 
T.I it i ol a different ?xw, that is, tu a certain extent, and 
with the neeessnry modification. 

I am an advocatt lor the extension of the right of suf- 
frage, aud (in that subj> > Iv to go as tar as the 

most liberal can desire. I will here state an incident 

occurred when 1 was in the legislature ol 
in 1810. Then petitions were presented, praying for a 
convention: and one of the objects desired, was an ei- 
tension of the right of suffrage. I had just seen the ef- 
lecti ot this right in other countries. I had recently 
been in England and in France, and 1 witnessed the i><- 
llar movements in both those couiiin. s, p^rticularl) in 



1 was prrsent during three of the great roove- 
,eople, who seerud to act without any 
troi. 1 saw one of these movements direct- 
eir evicting government, and by which it w..s 
uirn to pieces. I wa> (-pressed will 

net by rVhegru. In auoth-r ihe convention > .<s 
Osoat vio!ti.iy assaiKd- ihr n<uli.;ude burst into lh< 

Mie mem 

berat they killed one, and culling ot. ..arci.ei 

with it on a pike to tbe president's chair. 1 tiinessed 
that scene. The third of these popular mn\ements was 
also an attack upon ll-- convention. The convention 
uass over i' (it to the directory 

and in 

gcfitk r4 for a puluiivii l 

Cnej it- i on the gt\ 

Her mucn oloodahed, Uiey were at length r. pui d. 

I bad seen also something of tbe MUM son in Knglaad, 
thoogb pot 04 av> marked a tend.-ncy. 1 confess that 
these ibim>s made roe pause: I wished the tendencies ol 
the measures aak< d tor m the petitions to te carefully 
weighed. I hesitated, not from an> tnmg i 
seen in my o* n country, but front what I had seen of 
man r! reflected long, but at lengt'i became 

willing to go M far a was the.. I .m now ready 

to go lanLcr. \\t are diflVr* nt!\ sicuted from an* 
other i... lace ot the earth. If a fre< 

roent can exut any whre it is in America, and ii. 
aa well as l~rt oi uur country. 

I will carry the right ol uffnige far as any reasona- 
ble man can desrre. Theu the rights oi all the 
will stand upon the same ground; the poor oiao and 
the ric'i wiJl the same level. As to 

rangement f Mropertr 



pr 

it th 



' -i" ii,. - : '. nl (qnal - -.' I %;! r..,'. HOrct it 

it might c*u 

he one no advent a < 

ition ah' u III be h.< uon 

: ' m 

it!, ' luxes llirnn^l ..ut the whole: 

1 1 have it^ i 

'iMiis >| |. i,e, and 

and tax*' < pUn u N<! 

arises, in while bnais {irrwil, and 

ri tin- ha MS . 
population ut 

nate' 1 tliiuk .t ui.l tjc more agreeable to the western, 
and sale" \tlantic com. - to llif, 

house of delegates, and Jet the compound basis prevail 
n the election of the senate. 

If you could aprcc to this arrangement, the eounlrj 
will be satisfied, and there u ill be n nm;>!r check upon 
the course ol legislation, by the structun. i-f the senate. 
The popular branch will'' \,-f\ ttntig, ac- 

cording as they iliNll think inoal lor thr j.; ' <>l thr 

I, through thf btiiuulns 
-iipiise any tni|imt)cr measures, t!i 
opei-ate as an > It was on I'm ;.nt.ci;ilf: 

that 1 voted agum- 1 vlie pi .iposuion to tatl:sh tlie white 
basis tor tin- s> 

Mr. Chairman: I thought u my duty t,, :,,c, Mnd state 
the grounds of my vote, so far as mv :,bilit, :m.l the 
stale ol my health, H uld admit. I with 10 see the basi 
ol whitt- populittion.tlont: adopted for 
gates, and the compoumi basis ot tcp. , consist* 

ing of population and taxntion combined, I" 
This is my view. 

The discussions in the convention arc daily becoming 
more mtcr-'Stin^ .ind hare elteitcd soiur spleiidid ilis;iia\\, 
ofargumeui ami oratory from the lalenteii men of which 
it is co:n posed. The question on ihe basis of r-presen- 
utioni&u!l |vi, .i n K an-' <-\: ites an unusual d 
inleresT. rl IJ. Taylor, : 

borough of Norfolk, having bc< 
ber ot !!' t on'titi'.enu lo supp' 

i 
tion and luxnti m cciubiMed, and convciontious!) 

- 

<'d to weal' 
seat, hut nig u : 

the convention and his constituents. '1 h<-\ brcuthc a 
candid ..nd manly spirit but hnwei' 
scniittion may be based on the free white I 
ses, vr 

wl.tc'. els. 

i onstitucnts have iiiktrnctcd me to 
support the proposed plan ol -senta- 

tion wr:, ^!ittc ponu!:r 

rd, and 1 have reason to believe that a large raji 
the peu; Hrict, concur in the desire expressed] 

< r unions. 

my self to prevent all misconception of my 
v*s elected to this body wnt 

"l reforms in 
the existing i 

instructions < , n-ilor- 

tunate, i i.-. (to n-jt >.. 

ixe with thote of my -onstilue'i 1 
el no rx i| no enjjag- 

trust 

Having always i i! that the 

t rcprescctatirc government nrjir!* Hep- 



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190 N iKii \ON. M. !-:'. PKNNSV1 LEGIS] 



the sunev from the no. t 

the rao-ith oftt.r Oottauakr, through my > - 

the wagon road leading to AMiaroa to a p,..n t ft or 17 

n ' 
Cr-ek t 

and i , many flagrant 

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put in- 

by ton >rgia p 

ing a delay m the reroov a 
a ay stem ( fraud, violetwe. 

Chrrokrrs, 

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by soc-i* o/the G*otf> poUfcia**, mfeaus 

me a delay in the removal ul tbe introdert 



mid that by 

MMl oppress-on. practised 
v would abandon iheir 



oinpeilxl 10 cede these lands t 
States for their brm fit. You will disco V,M 
el Montg-nu n 's letter directed to me, und em 
OOpf of a letter from the 

ivsnejthc intrudrrana. "in he 

ahalllivr been put in possession of (In f 






the hauls thus intruded upon, and Unjust I > 
m u. 

lie documrnts that 

the boundary line bet we 

id satisfactorily Miihlishcd, and this 

<-s, and also acquietced in and observed 



on tbe part of Georgia. The course- taken by the secre- 
tarj of war in this niat'er seems strange, HI you will tee, 
from the dofiin. ti(i suhimlltd, lw . 



to a portion of oor lands, was brought to his view by 
delegation, and the only attention then fin n to it I" 



the 



department, was, tbe positive assurance given by the pre- 
hat the intruders should be t This un- 

expected delay in their removal is calculated to encour- 
to multiply, and the consequences cannot fail 

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I he presen.. 1 

take, anil 
. we can 
'li uid iiiamrm- 
and 

ism, wild :**( 

. I'IMII -hip 

are hused u, in, 

i.iiued, no 

power, savr >inl ihe Tniied 

9tat. * Modi, ihere- 

> el" 
have 

'; .>(!. in i! rjoi t Miir 

ifnuiim- 
ulMii, thr 
s shall withdraw their i ,-esolpro- 

ve us* 

nt tU. .ml wrest from us our 

hnd theti, in the deep an^nMh of our misfortunes, we 
say, then is, no 

Irtt licit tin- Cnited States will be more jast 
towards ns in the luiren p : west, 

the sod inherit- d from the (treat 

JHO 

\\ KEY, atfutant principal , 

LEGISLATURE OF PENNSYLVA N 

In pursuance of the proclamati m of the governor 
legislature of Pennsylvania metal II un Inn- on the Sod 
inst. Mr. Sturgeon w:. \cr o! the senate, 

and Frederick Smith, of Franklin county, chosen speak- 
er ot the house of representatives, on the 6th ballot, 
wlur.h stood thus -for Mr. Smith 40, Samuel Workman 

Middleswarth 13, Henry I' 

On the 4th, at 12 o'clock, the gOV< i nor ir:in>initted to 
^neral assembly, by the secretary of the common- 
wealth, the following 

MESSAGE: 
Fellow citizen*, 

In obedience to the authority vested in the governor by 
the tenth section ol the first article of the constitution of 

.ylvania, I have deemed it my duty to c 
at this early day. A principal reason wh\ -..m havebern 
thus convened was set fortli in the proclamation under 
ii you have assembled, in order that > . hirh 

won', alteiition, mijjht previously 

sooccupv your thoughts, th:. 1 ' i>me 'o tl. 

of government v .ud be 

prepared to act with as little delay as possihle. The 
.nerns, ihe income und expenditures of the 
> wealth, its debts ami credits, at all limes, sub- 
jects of deep interest become particularly IK! m.j 
ly subje- i calls for llie 

. it a lime when 

her engagements it. -reat [tulilii: works, as yet, , 
ratively unpr' m extension of lu 

lires that ample provision !> m:id-_- lor tli- pny- 
'iterest on the sums she v. All 

:s and cnrr -i u uh 

this important topic nhall he sul>oiied t > the !; 

In i 1 ,. fall Ot 1828, the hoard Of :n:il <-"iiiiuis-,;onrr^ 

service of tlie government and entrusted in tin* business, ;>nrt to the Icgiklature, recommended 

to make - lovements to citi- loan should be made <> ons of dollars to i 

zens ot the United States, thereby adding another class of the e v 

- to annoy onr peaceable citizens on their own I of Deceiut 
<.<->il. It is neceaaary that you adopt such measures ab | obtain a lo 
will rause and effect the rem< . , rs as mxv 

be found in poaseisino ol in> t 

lh arl,cU- of the tr 

'or other person not being an lot! bu, shell settle on any 



the Buxzurd 

the lot 
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serious evils to our hordcrln^ citizens. The 
portion of country embraced by the claim has ever been 
eaeeable and undisputed possession of tbe Che- 
rokee*. The Creek treat* oi the Indian Spring 

he state claims, only ceded to ill- 
toe lands drained and 9ccti pied by the Creeks within the 
chartered limits ot (ieorgra. They neither ilamn i! nor 
1 any land north ot the boundary line previously 
established and m.-u ' en the two nations from 

ihe ChMahoochie, to the Coosa 
; >-nce down to 

n Islands. The exposition ot the 
iion-r, who negociated the treaty 
.igs, sheweth pl;. 

stood tbe boundary Ime between the two nation < 
been ran and established as above stated, and that the 
Creek* occupied, and claimed, and disposed of lands only 
en the south side of sail] line. Tbe new treaty 
into at Washington city, declares the ttx-*ty <>: ih< licit i:> 
Springs to be null and void, because > oncciv- 

ed in sin and brought forth in inx|tiitv. The hotmdiiry 
established by this treaty recognised the Cherokee IIOMH- 
dary, and the* survey s made under the authority > : 
States and Georgia respected it accordingly. 

Tbe course of proceeding adopted by the agents of the 
government in conducting the enrollment of emigrants 
Iqr Arkansas, through the medium of secret Agents, by 
permitting the emigrants to claim improvements they 
possessed or even before claimed, and have them 
i, is calculated to disturb the peace and tranquil* 
Ik? of our citrzens. It had been confidently ast< 
the emigrant* ure encouraged by those erapl 



id expenditure is^y. Ky 

f S(H>,<XX) dollars, uliii 

further 
appoint- 
.1 commiss 

phia. i was promptly made, and jthc 

commit 'J'ifics 






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192 Ml 18*9 PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE. 



board of canal commissioners 

tliai in coiiic{ui nee of die great < 
'.ikcn by I).. Uiepriecrtf I 

became do., 

and (hat (he wisrr c >'. 

retted all our energies and r 

of a particular route SR 

eaateni and western walcr rather 

the state, then will the prrannt general 



1 w.rk. 





'! rc- 
11 what it it in imoihei . 

ut district Millie 

: i LIU ..'lifer* 



brought into the pul.lto trma 
-POM upon the 1 



consideration of all 



u;i N 

l that 



legislature a <1 

t to in- 



ternal improvement Tlt such H n cons 
prodoec wue measures and 



as shall emure the con con-eel exercise of this 

important routes, so tliat mono , Irot.i tidls. *U. II be ,,i. 

,:i I J! . .' . n . : . ... i- ii i r .! .' i. I lie rn*hl 
I thus gnat .1 ,'"'i die i 

.'.I be able n 

t such a ne- 
cessity I tli ink c, nijrage- 
meut tl 

legislature not forget thai the xreat ."-"I 1 ' 1 . 

iv Hi in I ia mi -I .-1.11111 that 
such a I. 

ouj;hl to be, the pride ind stren^tli 
its sure defenders against oppression at lion. 

us pnsuible lo the decisions of the si,; L is suf- 

is. It seems to be e 

profits 't ! Irom the publi ,>'>rts of 

decisions, will hardly compensate t >r tl.r 
pensu to be incline.) in ;. ! imldisliiu 

provisions l> 

by law for the employment of .a small 

tax on writs ol 'rate oppres- 

me, a luud .uiglil be provided for the pay- 
ment , 

About to retire from the important olfi 

d, hiid in wl. irh f li.< '-'1 by a 

large majority ot my fellow citizens, I 

.OB the 

present, probably tl, 
reiterate the gratitude 1 1. 
ferred, and protect, in justice to my 
al! ihn.jjs, ttocording to my best judgment, consci 

My labored to advxuce t 1 ' id pro- 

mote the happiness of those by whom I lia\e thus been 
honored and lo increase the prosperity of my native 

I shall not now subject myself to animadvert! 

.1 suggestion in relation to \ . idat.on 

ami dignity ol the future chiet i.n^i-.iiatcs nt Pennsylva- 
nia. F:.. 

.OUUl td 

Mil, ,1.5 and -e, but 
in llu. j., 

luMir ofjiceb of llie se\er,il heads o' .'s, tliUS 

tacilit.it ,"'i 't'lioties to 

ii.ii tiit !.< 

i sister slat. >ent houses, 

halls, for ' magis- 

iil and capacious legislative lulls, a> 

ide und 

bo ise lor Ilic JJOV. : 
(.dlli, in wli.cii it should I).- inad his duty 

j 
My. 1 - : tl.at provision be made for the 

>: such an edifice 

Until m> successor shall he cnnsir- ..lied to 

* governor's cirur, it will gtv 

it our ol (.01111- 

ti . \\ !i cirry with 

ntf a gi ' >us desire so to m inifest 

A ,il. 1 ter- 

ly pray lhl that Great and Meing, whu 

1 o ir .wri 

may still c MI i m to .. 
i . . ' >. collective* 

i-lmduallv. I wisli .mesa. 

ULZEL 



happy consequences hardly 
of a doubt 

An applkatKHt ma> be expected, from ihc fctockhold- 
era, for a renewal of ti.e r^iancr of the i.-.nr. ol i 
Taota. Tbe large M ck in that insulin 

ed by the st:. ,.iay b urged, 

requirrthat no sti ; 
Upon mature adviv 

regard tins investmeni i money as a profita- 

ble one, and regard the bank with a lavm.. 
fcftau to ^r.intm K it a new charter a clot* r^ 
tbe one it now inj"s will come lairU undei c' 
lion, an 

tions a e \jH-ri< -nre iuay suggest as likely to IMUC m ad- 
Yanttge to the c( 

ApplicaM ..M (or divorces lo the legislature 
every year more numerous, and of nt-cusity consume, in 
the invest^ation ot the concerns of individuals, a large 
portion of that time which might profitably be bestowed 
on the business uf the public. In aome esses it is feared 
that application is uiadc to the legislature and ... u-i! upr>n 
wrtl.out fcullicunt oid>;n-e that the part\ 
against has bren duly not ..tended. 

CouM not all the ends of justice likely to be att 
the granting of divorces be more certainly attained if the 
jurisdiction of our courts were more extended ov- 
and the causes of divorce more tolly defined than at pre- 
sent? 

If I am not much misinformed as to tbe operation of 
the laws which now n.-^-iLtc the relations between land- 
lords and tenants, they lomlU call tor the benefits r,| i L . 
vision and consolidation. This is more especially the 
case m our cities and large towns w here a Urge propor- 
tion of the houses are rented. I recommend in -n espe- 
cial manner, that prompt and cheap remedy be devise:! 
by which tenant* hi, all be cnni|ellt;d to sun* 
poatetsKMi, when required so t : the pe- 

riod for .11 have l>em demised. 

Tbe act of tl . J 825, which was i. 

to remedy this evil m Uf: city :n>d coe.it} of I'lnlad-.-lplim, 
is complained of ah almost wholly . aa the 

trnaat must voluntarily have r. 

before the landlord can have a writ of possession issued. 
How far the peculiar powers vested m Ixndlordt for 'he 
ecunng of their rent it founded in juMicv, t.-. 
from the arrant laws ol without 

svflscient examination is a roatt( . occup* 

a portion of the time ot 

There are tome R !; and # 

oar whwh press upon the mind ol 
which hr ha, more than once auumitted to the , 

t Ibe pvojd, . bui wl,H.h h- 
cd tl.at pi ri on ,. I -!, 

thinks tl.- >-. > , ! d to some of these topics he would 
even no*, in a few words, solicit ad. 
pro:iion in on- 

.i:i.l illMl Mi 

i. ares that "the ItrguUtnru shall, as soon as con\ 
may be, provide by law, lor the establishment ol schools 
m such manner that the poor ^ht gratis. " 

Have such schools been established -,ot, and 

tl.u- thinking I i. ;. . ^ii ,i ,<i memory and urge it upon 

JOUM dill) ln.c"tvk|,, 

and shower down blessm^s u 

The "tree and tqual" ex-icise ot tne r\: 
is secured by the constitution to every n-ialmed citizen, 



ILES' WEEKLY REGISTER. 



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such completion* part. About t vroir y 

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MM NOT, n,18S9 MIS< BLLANEO 



I -esc few remarks by teeing k 
lint Ma. Moore, our minitter at Colombia, on hit 
v a) at Bogota, had taken a public opportunity ' 
claim, on the part of the present admin 
urn parts of the Panama instruction!, ai riven by the 
We lure not beard that time fa&ttHow vM 
complained of by Colombia, and H b kno 
wai oo action upoo them $ and the proceeding hat the 
appearance of carrying into oar foreign relations the 



IK-i-wnal orpolMiea] feeling* which influence d< 
parties: ami on this occasion a IK., perhap*, it 
have been recollected, with what mattery of tal 
Mix Adaroi, late president, d 
Jackson, (who has succeeded kin io|the chief 
magiatraey,) when the latter was assailed bj the agent 
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in ni\ MM 
,n.l m all 



possible purity 
of motive, and with an enlightened view to advance the 
happiness, and assure the safety ol the republican na- 
lions how strange, if n"t ridiculous, will it appear, if 
future minister to Colombia shall be directed to 



sltililii this disclaimer of Mr. Moore ! 

Tbeat observation s are made in pursuance of estab- 
lished principles, which we hare endeavoured to cn- 

. -about thirty years i*ast. In general, we hare 
not viewed all party disputes and triumphs with such 

tniici> asolhers ; and it is only in some extra- 
ordinary state of things indeed, that they can produce 
the dreadful effects that some apprehend, unless in pre- 
venting a divided front to foreign powers. 

xocedingly difficult perhaps, impossible, in all 
cases, performing a public duty to divest ourselves of 
our individiul opinions which sometimes may, and at 
others ought mainly to guide us; and hei.ce, perhaps, 

(.ceding which we should have wished the secre- 
.f state had avoided. 

ADMIRAL Nxttov. There is a beautiful talc in \c- 
kerman's [London] " Forget me not" for 1830, entitled 
"Greenwich Hospital by the old sailor." It has re- 
ference to tl.c murder of Caraccioli, a Neapolitan 
prince, ' on board of his own ship, through the 

instrun. .<- most infamously famous female of 

modcr:. Mcd lady Hamilton; and v 

thought that if Nelson had noi been a successful warrior, 
he would himself have been hung in gibbets, as a cold 
blooded murderer and his memory been rendered ns 
execrable as that of Anthony, for his doings with the 

tf-d woman of Kgypt. 

in the khape of a tale, these proceeding! ur- hi Id up to 

,nd the world. Caraccioli was about 

80 years old one of the most distinguished men of his 

'lie warm personal friend ot 

Nelson and the she-ji-ml that he hugged to his bosom. 
, tt.c name of " patriot" or " traitor" was 
at uncertain as the winds, and often changed in an hour, 
as ruling parties obtained the sword Tins venera- 
ble man, lately a "patriot," hut then proscribed as a 
4 * traitor," was brought a prisoner on board Nelson's 
si..p and the British admiral inflicted the punishment 
of treason on a subject of .Yuplet, as a common hang- 
\cept that he- might h:ve saved biro, and did not. 
. irrid case. If the poor old man was guilty, in the 
estimation of the British ehitf, all that the severest duty 
could have required of him, was to have given up his grey 
hairs to the mercy or justice of the miserable wretch- 
es W|K> thru, ruled in Naples his own count r 
whose laws, only, it was pretended that he ha 
against. Hut Nelson gained the battle of the N 
British justice s! 

. rt MR AXEAX SQUADRON. The an 
oner Porpoise, licut. com. Newall, at Norfolk, 
affords information of the general well-being of our squad- 
ron in the Mediterranean, bat of the death 
roer, of the Kairfirld, n- pt The Delaware, 

Fairfield and Wai Mahon, when the Por- 

poise left The Ontario had sailed for Algiers, with 
Mr. Lee (U. S. consul) and family on board. 

THE TREASURY 5 PER curt. ORDER. The Philadel- 
phia Gazette contains a statement, in figures, of the ef- 
!le circular order of the treasury department, 



issued in August last, tot-bidding the usual allow. 

five per cent, diseou measurement of v 

cloths. The following is given to exemplify 

the bearing of Mr. Ingham's order ; MIU! b) this u mil 

be seen that the ITS-. 

besides the r.r f,t facto and I., 

those whose orders for goods had been tiunsn 

England previous to the issuing of the circular, amounts 

to an actual prohibition oo the importation ol v 

.ins. 

'232 yards of 6-4 w, cost 5-9 JL78.0G 

5 per cent, for measure 

The width ,,l th. cloth was 52 inches, which 
makes 335 square yards, at < mum 

llari. The duty is 45 per r 
1. make* tin- -.MJ yards pay 150 81 

Xow bj the late order recem .1 Irnm th< 
trca allowing the 5 percent, to 

be deducted from the first cost of tin- cloth, 
as received by the purchutcr at the tin ' 
purchase, and which had been allowed tor 
many years, the said -'32 yards pay a duty 
oi 

An increase of 307 3G 

The first cost of the 232 yards in dollars, is 330 56 
And the present duty is, 358 18 

[The preceding is a ' ' high pressure" states- 
is a proposition at an extreme point, und one so nice 
that it cannot oftentimes honestly occur though In 
some cases it m;\. Hut this minimum Ims bt-cn u<>tk- 
ed to a nicety, indeed! The allowance of 5 per cent. 
we think ought never to have been made ye-t we also 
think that its discontinuance should have had n f/ropec- 
live operation only.] 

MAM-VACTITRE OF PAMIR. There arc about 60 pa- 
per mills in Massachusetts, six of which have n. 
for making paper ; iKey consume about 1700 tons of 
rags, junk, Sec. and manufacture to the value of 700,000 
dollars a year. It is supposed thai the whol< 
manufacture in the United States may amount to hc- 
twL-en 5 and 7 millions a year, and employ 10 or 11,000 
persons. Cireat quantities of rags ha\r been imported 
from Germany and Italy, but our own p. uple now gen- 
erally begin to sare them, and their value is p: 
two millions dollars a year. A'o much for old rags. 
Thr mills built by Messrs. Gilpin, on the. Hi . i, 
in Delaware, form one of the largest paper 
( st.tMishnu nts in any country. By the machines, u 
sheet of paper might be made an hundred miles lmi, 
were it convenient to reel and preserve it as it passes 
from them. It issues in a continued sheet, ;.ii-! . 
wards cut to the sizes desired. 

[Many machines, similar in their effects (o that of the 
Messrs. Gilpin, are in use in <' 
mill, :t Saugertics, N. Y. Thequalitj of Atuei 
per has much improved of late years of the same age, 
it is as good as the British, and ;< great deul cheaper 
than it was before the last taxes laid upun it by the tariff.] 

COAL. There had arrived at Philadelphia on the 7th 
inst. during the present >e:r, f5,775 tons of Schuyl- 
kill coal and the whole amount, in the year, the Lehigh 
being added, will exceed 100,000 tons; u quantity much 
below the demand, but to IK: might , : in the 

ensuing season. Wood, however, still maintains a high 
:,t J'hiLd'-l, 

'1 he "Aurora, "ipeakiug of a paragraph inserted in 
out last paper, page 178, from the N. Y. Mercantile 

^er, says it "contains as much extrsvag 
it possible to crowd into a like space. Allow nothing 
for the coal, nothing for toll, interest of money, or ie- 
pairs of canal, rail roads, curs, ami engines, and the 
\ cannot transport the Article to market for the 
sum stated" 

Indeed it would appear to us, that the quantity and 
pfies) stated, had not been prop* rly appreciated. We 
have no notion that coal, from Pennsylvania, will be de- 
livered on the Hudson for three dollars a ton the "en- 
suing year." 

"HARRisBume COICTEBTTIOX." The pamphlet con- 
taining the report of the proceedings of this cor 



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lovo oar mMmWlnril, or, to "nusc money" in 
Corrox auiu. /> <Ar faltri 

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lOOktepMlM, VM n.-l.- the I'l.nnx'tH.li. ..< frV 
tereoo. It was the ordinary ork of that establ 
r vrtliootthekAOvledK' 

iMiatrng vat 
the request of a Sea-Island planter, who. alter 

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fttf 
AoditcoMlheplaoter, 1 uj 

.; on oacfc bale, $1 I2J 
ivo poblicity to HIM M MI aoeonhnfrt WM oar 

eencnil n|iiiiii>iii. tl.a v, an m.un:l:.i-'Mv bUMl -;.: 



MtditkNial advaotagv, that cont^i. 



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to have ii*c arlklc 




of the Mate, is not lias a si ofa^reoded popsilatioa' C>n 

t^.n j,:,.:% HI Mr)U'..!. SVSl !. ' 
Among them, end chiefly, beoaui 
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to moner broken, aod dealer* bank ootrt, 

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1 ate the Gsets exact)? as they were admitted by die 
\ keeps a sho* store; a 



ro roxM- Boeota ( 

timkhwtWiMrodoothM of tl 

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the pnrehase of a pair of shoei baedori A., a bank ootr 
to take out the porehftee money. A. brnaW some doobt 
note, took rt 10 B . a money 
baok notrs vbo mid the note a 



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e traometion WM m on end. B. hove* 
most miinetl Mtely on AV lra% a^ the <*i< 
thai the note was not, as be bad mppesep; af *e doUar 

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living, sometimes aenrlng also at a jorpr 
A dam a appeared in a convention lo i>iH in Immmg a 
ion for Mauacl' 

< ion caUott" I 

i-omoir the catueol literature and science. And 
now we 

.ppearmg again .v 

K-ndine; the lajht of thtsr wiadoro and ex- 

; their mtiTc* -'nil ' It our republic it deauood 

*nvard path >l il t 
preceded H become a prey to violet, 
:mn*sis in the d< 

II k., : on< bright ;.. n h.r - ..; < l.isorj! 

Ili fencer. 

letter was 

nswcr to oo from Mr. Jan- 
M, accompanying a present of a lot of hit " I 
tar> LeatOOSln Natural History." 

\\ u ;s*9. 

DMT .Sf> 1 take great pleasure in thanking > 
- 

utary lessons 
.rl H'Moiv. w h it h are* received. 

to <1itpoe nt i!:i-ni in the manner 
remote the object* of the nut! 
the success of which every patriot mutt feel a 

'(1 neat ion h inieparably tin.- 

-i itt tourcet 

highest n< sirvnnts. 

; obedient ' 

AXDRKW JACKVOX. 
G. Jansen, New York. 



It it officially confirmed that .Vr/<j/i 

"r of the latt congress fr >m the state 

., it appointed assistant postmatter gene- 

ral, to fill the vacancj occasioned by ihc removal of Dr. 

Jhadleg. 



It appears frm rt of 

the bank committee <,t the Vermont legislature, th.d the 
amount of paper r, .tion by Ihe several hanks 

ot that ttatc, it $680,281. Specie and bills of other 
banks, and deposits in Boston and New York, * , 

.matr of the amounts and value of 
sugar, molauet and cott ;h of Louisiana, for 

the last year, ending Sept 30, 1889 1 

87,%5 lihda. sugar, at $60 $5,277,900 
S,425 gallons molasses. 45 
gallons to e:.ch 1. 1;-!. 
of sugar, at 20 c 
' bales cotton, v 

each 3S5 Ibs. is 
,195 Ibs. al 10 
cents. 

I amount, $8,11 

"Tx on the consumer" in the pay i s 

87,965,iiOO Ibs. sugar at 3 cent's, $2, 638,950 

3,958,425 galls, molasses at 10 ctt. 395,842 

20,446,195 Ibs. cotton at 3 cents, 385 

$3,648,177 

matter that cotton is exported so are cotton 
goods; bat tf the latter are taxed by the tariff, so mutt 
be tbe material out of which they are made. We, 
however, arc nf those who do not believe that the pro- 
tection of the domcttic mdanry necessarily involves in 
it a tax on consumption, 

Tcwnsac, to establish a penitentiary in 

Tennessee, hs passed both branches of tl 
and will become a bw. The sura of $25,000 hat been 
appropriated, at a beginning, to carry the bill it. 
mmrnce operations. 

* ffiebl report of tbe revenue of the state of 
Tennetsee for 1829, exhibits an unappropriated balance 
-,46* *) c< 



NBW 

:<h has be. i >kenai 

!.\ p i sons limit rthe i 

..mlidntes on 

> votes, and 

> .is thought, had actuu 1 ! '. in t ! rtmg 

III I).' IIM-lllI to II. 

following set -t the 



' *sion, was eminently and barbanul> unjust. 

' ' ' 

< normous ui 

!s, and those w horn-rue I liltle 
. -salt. 

.tnsmission ol wealth on 
i down 

to the J-: ,11 the evils M! t'ii- tcudal sys- 

tem and that tins, in our opinion, is the prime source 
ol all our calamities. 

[{solved, In this view ol , iiini tin greatest 

tors, and pan pi is of ilu :,ge, -.u-e our hank- 
ers who swear they have pn n 

ors thirty or thirty -five millions of dollars on demand, at 
the same Line that they have, us they also swear, only 

millions to do it with. 

Kesolved, Th.<t mor-- than our hmutrrd broken banlct, 
within n : :i5l, admonish tin- community to de- 

illks dltOget 

.<re lhan a thousandkiml of counter- 
feit bunk nndred dollars down to a single 
dollar, Rives don! 

:- such, 

,. s :UK| church pro- 

I the pro; 's to an amount > 

ceeding fittcen hundred dollars, is H (hint and positive 
robbery of the people. 

|C~pA "working men's ticket" was also supp 
the city and county ol I'lulad- Ip n in Oc- 

t and al a meeting held sim-e ihe rlrction, to- 
wn.- on the '.2nd mst;Uif, :.t Philadelphia, the following 
resolutions were adopted: 

Resolved, That we view a system of national 
lion ak tl '-tnal and proper in.-air^ 

, of bringing siboui a general refor- 

t public affairs, and r distinctions 

which now exist to the detriment and inconvenience of 

Resoh'i!, TliM we recommend lo our friends of the 
; wards ol the city, to form themselves into asso- 
ciations, to appoint standing committees, to con! 
each other at such times and places as ' ! -sig- 

I nate, to transact such business as n 
ami d< \isr- such measures as they may think h. -' ( lcu- 
l lated to proinot.- the success of the working men's cause 
, at. i to thru, tin- expedi- 

'( appointing lor each ward, a different time of meet- 
ing, u ards stand, commencing with Up- 
'nt we may be the better enabled to con- 
! r with eacl. H occasions. 

Hebolvtrd, That w- highly :ipprov. Blplatttl 

nds of the country, in forming ti 

selves into tr.ul societies, for the din .emulation of poli- 

- 1 lliHl we i > HI .i;.|i! oprin- 

lumlb ot the difl\rent associations, 

tor tliat purpose. 

I hat tot vUno tlie rrport charging tu vnth 
f>le of Mitt Wright, and connecting reti- 
giout ftf'ints -ii-itli our contintimi, as a hasefubr: 
propagated by our enemies, with a view of injuring oar 
cause, Miid that we disclaim all interfen i.c-c w rh rdigious 
matters, or lhrrence to Miss Wright's principles, and 

urely foreign to our views, : 

tbe fact ot the working men's existence as a body, on the 
same principles they now profess, for nearly a year pre- 
viout to her appearance amongst us. 

To shew the alarm that prevailed in New York, we 
t wo following paragraphs frm Her and 

Enquirer" of tbe 3n <-t. being the 2nd and 3rd 

days of th** clec' 



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/MTM/ lor Oetuber taj . we are at this 

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/- rfro.rdmorj knU . 1 Ue Kcnnebee Journal. ( Aio*- 
Malea, IWai tbe AofttMa b**k Kat bcxa M opci 
tHio IS few*, and kaa darf thai Im 

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bende* n.j w an ftMMal Malr Ui oT $I.OW>, *oJ iK*. 
ikf 9mlw\>d3cto mode Jmn*g M* ftmd 4+t er- 
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Ml GIST1R HOY . >. FOREH.N \r.\vs 



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M Jl, u hrn th- married preakk ir 

r 

'.'isash light* M! . It to also | 

hitkmary war 

in 1 783 to the pres a man, woman,. 

^' on the passage bci*< 
. y of Ike packets or steam boat . 
'Hoerkattrr. It wat a saying ol Boerh. 
poor were his best patients, because Cml is their pay 

tcr the time of the first i \ 

tris on the balloon, many persons ask- 

he answer- 

t use to this discovi i :.kes to 

>.mklin answered with his usual sun- 
use is a new born child ' It is true that 
in a cradle, perhaps he may grow up 
I body, but perhaps we may behold him 
c the glory of his country j the light of 
enelactor of hum:.' 
Spare diet was almost alw*- .Hirst of the 

celebrated Trouchet's prescriptions. "Tis the best way," 
* MOIIS; that is already 

Great canal bout car:; . nn the 

3d instant, canal boat Birmingham, -ils, with 

1303 bathe! , and 9 bbls 

floor, making 57 tons " cwL On her passage six 
board 00 bbls, flour besides; i cargo to >- 

t*-threet*nt weight being the ordii. . -fan old 

fashk ioop. / 

Car.,. ' tkwi otthc tolls this 

year, on account of the failure of the crops last season, 
general dull tiroes, the following statement may 
be interesting. It shews the difference in the toll and up 
freight on the canal, at Albany, in the mouth of October, 
in this and the previous year. 

ared 1064 boats, with 5811 tons of merchan- 
dise, toll $35,911 83. 

In 1828, cleared 934 boats, with 5.4S-J tons of i, 
dise, toll $33,33. \ib. 

The duke of Bruntwick. This potentate, who ap 
peart to be somewhat deranged, I quarrel- 

ling for a long time with count Monster nd th 
Englat* have order- 

apolagise to Georp than do this, 

it is said, h'- will abdicate his throne. It is ixprcted that 
the king of Prussia will march with an urtny into Bruns- 
wick, s: m his opposition t< 
era: of ' .erroan newspapers are not per- 
ID allude to 

The incombustible man, t, or the/ 

at we observe he is called in tl i ;>ers, has prov- 

ed recently by experiments, in \- 
there coold not beany collusion, the power ol th 

not only to endure cxlieme h-.it, but to resist 
.it active and fatal poisons. 

f property. \Ve take tills occasion to state n fact, 
to show the wonderful rise of property in Pennsylvania, 
consequent upon the canal system. A pier, ot I'.i.d, ]\ - 
Heading and Mount Carbon, s 

_\ve humlred dollars; tle aame pitcc ot land 
now be so'd (or forty t/totttatid dollars; the prcpi telors 

' '**. 

fctn J Highlanders. " I 

men that belonged to this gallant regiment, irom 1797 to 

were only three men 

- in tlic corps tliat lought against Bonpa< 
Emt 

The ( \1alarme, a ckrk in the general post 

office at Pans, has been exposed in the pillory, (or : 
Mtalmg be also U sentenced to seven ears s 
.-nL 

Large ihip. A Portsmouth (Eng.) paper of the 19th 
Sept. 

"n M ,rge Burdelt, 

out of the harbor into the sound, ful 
ready for sea. Thousands of spectators lim 

shores, and among the risilers on board were, ad i 



,ly, lonls \ 

! !., right wai im;. 
being near! v the largest shp m the na\) ; her hi 

dina- 

M '.Mile 

, i. .11 in here, "n her \ay to th' 1 V 
anean, when that ship and the Britannia will proba- 
procevd to tea together. A i 
.t a general 

.crgen- 

mightbc equipped hetx in atort- 
r three weeks. 

OMXAT BUI i M v \M> no i - 

everal meetings ol ", " 

he I'.i ,,i ,h pai |I;IIM i.t has l>ei o Mirther prorogued to 

being called together lor the despatch oi business until 
the usual tn 

-S to 'JO. 

American three per 
89 ; fives for 1832, 90$ a 91 ; bixes lor i 

'.ves, 96 a 96$; Ohio sixes, 100} ; PmnsjU 
fives, 9H ; Louisbna fives, 97 a 98. L T . States bank, 

The averages of grain published October 15, exhibit 
afurtt, > average, 

whea' 

on ic/ieat t i24s. 8d. ; b.u-hy, I<K. I 

Cotton- I -8. ; 

Orleans 5 A to 8 ; Alabama 5 to 6 1-8 
3-4 to 7}; Egyptian 6 to 7 3-8; Sarat 3 1-C to 3 3-8; 
Bengal 4$ ; V. . j. to G ; Cuba !i 7-S to 4 5-8. 

The fine spinners tit Manchester have resun- 
labors. They held a meeting and agrt ed to ahn! 
the majority to go to work, or hold out longr. The 
vote stood for working 767, and for holding out 760. 
Majority 7 for poing to work. 

Our manufacturers still complain that no sales can be 
effected, either in plain or fancy cloih.bul at ruinously 
low prices. Diinnj? the present week, lappets and net 
have been sold at 5d. per yard. For this kind of fabric, 
lutle more than thirty years since, the weaver rec- 

i:-d for the workmanship. Button pabcr. 

been some further distiii ha:,ces al Harns- 
h y mobs ol weavers attacked the military; but they 

perfccd, and some of their leaders tak 
custody. 

-castle lately drove off many 
tenants, because they had not so voted at an election as 

- iihed. It caused much 
bourhood of his estate. 

i continue* much dist 

L(.ii(! 'he ministry. 

tums had been favorable to the liberals. The 

king, hnwr.ver, did noi ||i . ution to 

these things. The preta is fetirh .v, and ihe king will 

i -i it ted the i 

en the was knee! i in the 

been arre:.!- <). ami the sum 
*K) francs 1, d. It is .-,' 

M remaining 8,000 fr: lound. 

the reticule con; 

: ; they 
are all now in custody. 

ng London papers to the 
give a large mass 

til facts concerning the war in the east, 

It is not worth while to give the details. 

>:ks were completely beaten and disheartened, 

'a i>ouer to pi event the passage of the Russians 

to Constantinople, !. n the orders of Nicholas; 

but he stopped the victorious career of his armies, and, as 

we think, IMS stran B to the sultan, the 

d in the following pages. 

. caty has the appearance of wonderful modera- 
tion indeed, except in Secur" '.'ion ot' 



MIXS'REi. .1, lSi9-FOREIC.\ N) 



: 






the Black tea, for 

MM 

Tke 



Mtf 



aH M,an la !% li 1 11 Impart In Ada ye aart only take 

SS^SSSHT^mJSS 

I t t f .1 (i I , f .*-*. .' ll . . e 

' - , . . . . . . 

pen.-i ur the war. M e*d 



10 
. are to ke paM. Tk . 



lhou C !,r tOkOI *. '*-< -' '<"' ' 1 '"- to , . 

kjBjIpvkjnjBja^Bl rxv,Mlr'l l, ihr .,r. It ,. ...-! -.1 

ik* U tcipolaiMM eat agreed to he kept atarat, at ike 
aanaW Orwre of Ike ealtan, Ir.i kla mkjecit maikt regard 



Ir.i I,,. % Lj,-c!% ,,,,i!,. 

, and loot rtooothM 



iriboitry to Ruw, and loot rtopoothM power 



'ku JT^.t^batreet ihe N. N 




vhklke 

tenothinf in the treatf to .hiefc tke 
pom* nan veil okjeet, while 
MittnalikeiBerey of hi. 



Ihr 



raass 



I okjeet, while it, in reality , plaeet tbe 
r., Sbbeo^oorW LKeCSiir, 
tkeir trek okoot bin, to at to render kit 

U-. ami l.r vill. no douM. U- po jncr 

Ki-adlr ontkaMuaev * TK* * -- -* -*~- 

^vim- ii|i|}u( vunii T . t ur j\jui r.t.i cirj 



odMT popery tar dttb- ttstthMioa at tte s^rt oT ft poaot, 

* 
.l^-ithlnwdorfollj. ThTortkhe. 

t,rr ..rtt.f.cl. rrrparmbl; cttmcl, Urrr . no n.orr Tui- 

*j * 



li.r 



i!r 






IcMoomplete, to opte of E^bod MM! oToor- 



.rioatly Mid that roanj of the Turkish fonrrwct 
ftrtto 

The ii-MMioo by tbo tulun to the trclj ot tbc 6ch 



itli 4ti 

^*t *t%^ - 

^v*t pi)u w^>i . iiijii.i.* iruiu 

of Art. to \ olo, north of Thcrmoplx, .n,i , n . 



cld port of Tkewdy MM! Enirut. 

WbowkMi Time* gtrcc the folio* iof the substance 
upplrmcotary , or cp.n.tc articlt of the trratj 

oor e< them, ihr kum, |. K h ihr r -rtr it to p.r 

merchaats, are aMened. the 



N HMOM 

^TbeynretokeHdki 




1.900,000 .lueati. about JL750.000; 



to be coiirrly out oT the 



we ikall hnft a mnnrk to ^oio^-tbc' gre-tcr 
hi tenenoal aMakMbetaJmenU of about halfa mil- 



. the payment oT tke flrtl oT fAfr taflar claw oT 



eraettatedion 
Matana retreat bryood tbe B.lkaa;oa 

thcN.Soleottheaamoltro 



hat bee* 

dieekarged, they arc to quit the Turkhn lemtory alto- 



atd 



ftliotild cnb! 



ten 

hj 



* * kf kit doty, making tkee* payaaeot 
eltamrermenu.kekMlrlt ilr pnk- 
,ke4k at totai anal and (Maee nf Mvtae4. 




Dfciktoek Sokalkaotky,* at a trttitBonf of bit 

-t.iclibave Ir.1u>lhe 

lent beluiTKM>r ot the irvo^i iow.nl. the EkkM 
eonoejcmn conntrvt. Hal eaateetT ) t, **lc knt aivay a 
keen j Mk tbal the BMna toUinrt dMold ke atojid ( 
10 tke paitrihlt innablraati, nt Uirh totkc eam 



olibr 



i 



Up co i* 15th km. UN trnclUdorr.tHalCfv 



Uplolko 

.uJ,,^,:-:. 



ll. Of tke *,ttf.000rm ^ottan aafc 



king tarlbe army and nney, 
of tke diet kat grMed ,ttO,000. 

vrniKftLAva*. 

The general atenm nae^ation eompaoy'* puitt, tke 
eori ol Uverpuol n eejetom bonte, Uojdon. 

on Wrdneeday M%nbi. thirteen boon and a kaK 
from Ottend, brvgm. miormauon of a moat evtnordi. 



nary robbery k 



a few 



tkftt neck laee oT Ike raloe 

HC r D T aCaT Mlv DCOCaW^f Waw 



Tbe prteoet* of Orange bad been rob. 

/"';" 



Ihr bwtotfBOftotJl 



aaott fOJOBDte. ine loMnatMrdal XlW.uua AaMtt . 

HM| &a*k >^* - .-- ^^^^ llf ik MA^MA^w* /I 

ngw aeeran wai mnvnf awi un> erannin o me pnvengert i 
on board the Umpool Mrietly etiaiard on embark* f 



Md tke rand date Cii 



li appear* froai Ike (oikiwinf decree. hkh h pob-i 
liakedUtke AUHM OkwrWrV OeL t. tkaf dMna- 



I.O..AI Mm. s ' ' HJ aM 



t 

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.!.,,,: . .' | . | 



eaMncJpalion of Ike whole awaatrr 

TiiciMith r l >tHnl.K-u ,\.\* A 

Lf*^A i^ ! a ^^ t _ 
i fe i>run,r wnicti ii 



any thins oort of *e 



t. __ HillnM lii m Ifc- 

. \ . . < 'I 

in hfc 



lime, mre a pi on if in tke folleat 



of May, nU h not of ike 



tke /tearr a/(Ar 




;KK\. 



'.:tll not 
:j are acknowledged 



i r< '..: ( , 






the 



w (he signatures of other mcmtx 

*SJOI,^1 .>. 11. '.'IN ; 

crcc of the Mime congress, 1 1 
.pointed to go an 

power* m the name of Greec ..i-rsnns re 

count Vr Capo d'lstria for 1 
tifor Par,*} and M. Mavroeordaio I sburgh. 

M] 

* "acts of grace" are to follow the marrn 
Catholic Mujestv, and by way of rejoicing ut i 
val / the ejr/rJiu*n. which tuilrd frgm ihe Havana, on 

t he case a;.;. M- cauwd the 

adoption ( proceedings, by which (he cl- rgy will be 
compelled to pay sotne part of tin 

>: This i> 

nand is strongly uspt ilitm! 

nm 

There is a report that a treaty of defensive and ofiVn- 

urncc Ins bi-eu 
Ferdinand and "mapnaii. :.!. it i 

Azores have declared for Donna M 

Madeira has thrown off the >oke oi the usurper. Ter- 
reira is yet blockaded by some of I 
but the 'island was tntn^ud, and well prepared for tie- 
Official accounts hare reached London (if tl, 
tion Of the :., 
Pope for a rtseognition of his ;uith 

u .11 not recogir 

tf backed bv Mil t. < pouers, '.. 

shouJ.l be acknowledged 
hi* daoghtrr. 









10 ill 

HIM 






war i.' 

. l,,w thr 


Midi : 






,1 V AM) 



uajesly, 
(the moat high and most mighty emp 

ull tf.L- Hus. ion-. : 
oott mighij emperor oi t 

i to the c*l.< 
ei'ul.Iish, on solid and immutable baits, , 

! pood iiinijoiiy . r empires, 

i'.h aconimooacconl, to trust this salut... 
s and titles ot l!> 
son botli sides.] 

v ttiid all differences !. 

T !i:ill ii-4-.i 
t'rom this day, u well on lund as on sea, and tin-re blutll 



than on ' 

establish 

be Mil 
lions 

those v I 

.;.s of war .-. 

ships ot II nol go 

be>oml 

i V. (.ifoi ... .i-l, and 

several ollu-r . 

the necessity of establtt! 

slales t i 

huve equally taken 
lions ol i 



as far as the 



Hi the 



ihe throne, as well MS be- 



iht 



. 
. .s 



. etn- 

',-. sin- 
tores to the 



'i as lr as tip p 

< t ni 
.. :-t less lliMii two hours. 

I 

. 



uni, ..S *i II ., 



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. 
















I 










I . 

4bd Ue- 



' 



. : .1 
i*cc die VMT ol ! 







UM e<3*Uj of ( 

the Inaftii 
ne i-jrtc cn^^t- lo |.r to llw ttU 

by rKaal accor I. 

f. Mblime port*, .birt 
4 ninuianpai of \!HI i 
440i of JIMW (tte AdiulJuly K I 
Ha.m, < <H 



M,.I 

from 



Itx'.M- ol.%U.:cU... ol in* i,.v.|i-.- u t, (, ' . |' 

M>OM III* ublm.c t.nrir rreon.^ an.) 



CO. 

nru, i' 

or to-i'i m (I, * 








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.;:., 




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' 



202 Ml :r.ISTER N'\ -vIKMNIA CONVKNTION. 



ad the order oC 





following ! 
> be from " 

rc truly stated, 





h ' 
Mr 

dM 

tn 

lay. 



a without the least dc- 






-The high contracting power*, wl, 
cubhkhingb<rtwern themselves the relations ol sincere 
nut general i*rdmi. and a tull and entire amnes- 
lil thosw ol iheir subject rer com! mm. 

ttK-r u, 

it dav. shall have taken part in military op- 

ntionv or manifested, either by thoir conduct or by 

.mions, iheir attachment to one or the other oi 

rooiraetinr powers. In consequence, not one of 

.*! hall be molested or pro- 
, crsoo or hit good*, on account of his oa>t con- 
dan, aud eTery one oi them, rec< ^ 

c, shall enjoj it pCWOtMj un- 
of UK Uwt, or thai) be at liberty to 
of k within i!,.- paer of eighteen in 
,M-lf". wiihh.slaiii'!*, Ins Rood., hib 
countr% which he may pleas* to choose, without 
.tncjigan} vcxati .men's what 

'J'hcrt shall b- p. .:.' 'HO tin re*|Kiti\e snb- 

^o powers **ubli*hc(l in ih 

stored to the sublime por :,, r n.,1 

of RUMM, the same terra ol eighteen months, to 
nee from the exchange of th- ratification of the 
of peace, to dispose, if they think proper, 
ul their property acquired either before or since the war, 
and to retire with their capital, their goods, fun.iture, 
kc., from the states of one of th contracting powers In- 
to those ol'lhe other, ami reeiptoeftllf, 

\ I V. AH prisoners ol war, of whatever nation, 
MS, or sex they may be, which are in the two ero- 
pires, must immediately, after the excliange of the ratifi- 
cations of the present treaty of peace, be set free, and re- 
stored without the least ransom or payment, with the ex- 
ception of the Christians who, of their own free u 



i the Mahometan religion in the states ol the 
sublime porte, or the Mahoraedans who, also of their 



e same conuc sa e aop 
sian subjects, who, after the s%oatu 
ty of peace, in any manner whatev 
tirHy, and may be found in toe 



will, hare embraced the Chrisuan religion in 
the territories of the Russian empire. 

The same conduct shall be adopted towards tl 
ture ot tbe 
er have I 
toe states o 
porte. 

The imperial court of Russia promises, on its part, to 
act in the same way towards the subjects of the sublime 
porte. No repayment shall be required for the sums 
vbkh have been applied by the two high contract 
ties to the support ol prisoners. Each ot them s! 
vide the prisoners with all that may be necessary for their 
jeoraey as far as tbe frontiers, where they shall be ex- 
changed by i oinmismries appointed on both >,> 

All the treaties, conventions, and stipulation 

.nd concluded at different periods between the 

imperial court of Russia and the Ottoman porte, with 

a ption of those which have been annulled by the 

present in-,:} rf peace, aed jcoofinaed m:.:i then- Joi-i- 

and erect, and the two high contracting parties engage to 

> religiously and inviolably. 

present treaty of peace shall berati- 
tied by the two high contracting com 
of tbe ratifications between the rcn 
ries shall take place within die kpacc of six week*, or 
earlier, il possible. 

Con: 
Count J. . 



fSiruetl) 



In virtue, fitc. 
(Signed) 



/\i;M 



I' 

vfanysM fil< i j ; - i 'i !>' I'.-u-iu \ii..i"* attendtB| 

ii uink-r >;< i 
. 

raw 

troops ;n 1 111) u!t. 

i^ it urn-, :.! ilui I lii"). A* ft 

' i Anna, wl. 
forces UK u my, is now huihd as t 1 

! stands b< ! 
man in < 

!n> friends in j. raises. '1 I. 

Escosescs" diwppr . .:* powerful .nil- 

f .*o papi-rs pul;l 
as ndvoc 
were very h<- I' his 

mi him to (> 

pareil. To sitt-w i|i,<t he is tuli\ 
on his re rmnpico, (i2*lh ult.) h 

president. ; I. mi <<> dism 

ing llio- i d in llir.i 

,'>o," which 
....nfce or dismissal 
ing to name who should succeed them; m. 

.t Uravo. But Santa Anna has do 
lias al > 

ID to leave 

and mak- room tor more i 
this is playing Cromwell over them. In t! 
he Ulks of resigning and retiring to his hacienda with 
the intention, no doulit, o! IH-H, 
for important purposes. Notwithstanding all w! 
is a great favorite with 11 foreigners; indeed, he treats 
them with more respect than any man in office 
with in this country." 

* Orleans paptr says A number of Spanish 
r. lu;;ers, blinded b) the first success Ot 
troops, huii loli New Orleans in great haste to 
division of gen. Rat-nidus, as soon as they heard <>t Ins 

D possession s in the pcrsim*. 

a few days would be biifTic.ri.t io i > -jupi. 
realize their chimerical hopes. The I'simons capitulation 
broke the charm, and tlicsc untoi tunutts soon lounil 
themselves at the mercy of their enemies. Gen. Santa 
Anna dad the right of liaving thcrn shot, but 

I, and gave then. f. We have 

this fact from one of the passengers arrived yesterday 
self owes his life to the 
young hero ol 

Several more Spanish officers had arrived at New Or- 
leans from T. visions were exceedingly 

scarce. ' by a terrible hurricane, 

in which a French brig with 200,000 dollars ou board, 
and some other vessels we.re lost; and it is add* <! :(,.. 
die U. S. sin, ! 

been deposit 

> ultimo, contains a 

,.hiature of Puebla to the president of 

republic, in which he is requested io put 

Ins cat. : , dismiss two of his ministers, and 

* sett his passports, in order that this gen- 

tleman may leave the republic at once. '1 

was to be sent as a circular to the legislatures of all the 



V1K< INI A ONVEN1 I- 

\\. , . ..I i he proceeding, and 

>s to give ' 

, i 

dJ^ent and 
Hut with the ut- 
terance of a great deal of mar , to no pur- 
oose, some d !ics, and on both sides t>[ the 



.uetuon, aaay be ndvanttfr. 

. 

* *h the bule 

BruMSHi of the iuia.Bimt anjiiii. Tb eonsnMOae to 
whom the prawipie o* vfciah br teg., 
bct^.t | t. : .j| ..* ll^ir.l, nnor'-.l , .- 

boat*, far nyjinniaaani the hinco M deJavaMi 
Bonatilnie the anaaiv on 










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MinliiptooV priaiipl bar an*jiaai 

id MM. Ct~~ite ,*r U 

a in tbr !r*Sf*J fciiiiaiaiat Arr MI din 
r*i , ii paatMai i 

- frc4* be *4opud ihefr 

MTV tMKui. .iB>iiiriW u^^^^i^a 

^IV99iBf Wlfl % fcfl^* VWIO <! 1 ^9^' I VVfefA OMQtfflfettA V0W 





r4lcuUli.. K thr ai I, tk.t i:, V rt-.w 
Uecnpyibrrollo. 



BUlHrrpubU.n. ,f i,,,l -,-r.-l i.t.,^i, k . .\. K m,- 
r*l |>nnc.jil< , jiv>wrr nui( aud ilnAil.j n t ith> tlic lt-. 
of . ecmntrr. Who rr tt -Mf. 
it> TlMttintUi 

Stale*, will MM be cnlrrtaiocU bjr My, except 






f M proofs tro holy 



To </i JIM r* ibcte eotnpromu. 

(hem iM.tii.-r. II.. tirtt - . i..il>i.1dcii bv U.IK- 
ut of anhundrvdol tbote who oiay 



. !*.*, I 
r I read a abort HIM woe* atMM 



ouiheni Mate*, laawrvyou I ihnkyoarappi<eft*aioM 
-r iMTcu.lookei-oo here more Uiaa 
tkr verks aod i 
naltm m opetttia* tbaa . PK , 

Wtaa. T!M qorttioa tfiaauaatd for on> than a .. k 
(and how iu*uS loufr-r AM to Utt, no cmc prHoMteto 
la, wWbrr reyc^MMkm hall, 0* a 



Ue people" of llier 

t part irf the Uar, (; . JT much 

larferproponkmolthe t. 



eatrmparL Located on tide water, or hat ft* MMMT. 

is aavi^ble ,.,, they hatre bat a small ^mediate 
m internal mprovesncnts. anab as roads and 



d with thc 



tUt rooaict i!narrom them by uuci, may be 
partiiUy dsbra C d by the sopcrior power o( the -hue 

mr" benefit. But, it nVomld he poeuedly ronolliMiri ihM 



'; u > c l> 

of life One coa>paoy oi these of 

' 



lft) 



ordawry. 

Prom all paru of th uir. awl fraai moay of the 

opie are daily iodiM; here *( m+- 

tcudet. MeoamlvooieoerovdtMhallaDdpllafyaf 

the conreaouw, M at wxnc faat abov or theatir. All 

(aattrrs of 4obatr, aa4 the 4a>. 

jaakMH are not only M the convention, bni la ta* board- 

r , i. IT __ t . _ .tini. i^>KI- rfi in *m***^ 

ci, irrtn, MIOIM, |J*HMH IVCVB aam afvaK 
Northern doatnr .f here or- (Jua 

. .n:. .-jr.;-, : \ . anaw < *< i-i -,. M r M - 

.- , , -. .- I MM 



...... 

the hMC I aanMN t y oi 
I a*4 gri .*raii 



T., lor. no. of the 
NorfUk 




At a oumerout nieetiaf of MM votera of the 
Ik, held a V m ....... of pattie n 

Town llall, on the llih 

eaq. WM called to the ohur, and L**u J. 



then atatrd by iniiaibiri at the aju 
had been odleti lor the pnrpoMol takn^aHo laaj 

baiJ '/.-/. '. at riteMMlM k -''T" 



that it 




tulhr 

Mtothc 

him to resejn has omnt and 



mit, 



r generally: 

Wkmw .-'.-- 

10 the eottsnlr ration -t the 
byth^d 

I. ffMttv< That the 




ihrnlyaantbymmn 
******+++*- 

r^dmby a mtjonty of ibe men fcTtW dtm^?* 
public ootjae havmf boan p^n vnereby the *****/ 
a majority mejjht be nanamntcl on so hnpevtMi a aaaja* 
save. TW. tluaiai t, the 8l of the myrtty n mw 

Hnf O^Cm^ An^CfUMMO^ ^C dp^T^aMVl nf^ CMMam* MaCnv n^b 

senl ^.y* 'fft * *^|y^* declare oltSsrr 



204 MLES' REGISTER !V< 1929 YIIli; I M V <n\\ 



standing of the object, and rev 

thr i!i' ..-'.rt-. 
. Xttokxit That, nevertheless tint meeting tery 



- 

the nu>in n 1 . that thtTt li 

rnnj rn* of Ins ro-, tin nt* I i i . ; : , 

l 

- 

uxlcr efcygo 

culut< d tn i! fliot t n- ' upon ihrm, .- 
tw pristtsple* MM! character m i. puNU agii 
i 

m, or those who had delegated hi 
' i (till higher claim to our confid 

! evidence of Ink ackno 




'-well, Jo*r 



se who had delegated him), he hat ic- 
her claim to our confidence and sn;- 
! evidence of Ink ackno 

f*fant\ That * ; 'rv nce of 

*t MttODf :' 



MOW ol u* ! 

i i iv lor, whilst a large portion of us highly approve 

i measures advocated by him ao far at 

they have been ditcloacd \<t tip 

which is reposed by all, ID his patriotism, inU u 

lenti, and experience demands ths 1 

tke both 10 hint and ourselves be afforded .. 

foraful .ut ,<i lutpiiiu-i|,i' 

perfect rvlboee that he ill d -t energies to 

MTaoce mbav he may t>i !.< Mill ti-u-! 

i li>pmet> of hit native Mate, and where 
oorimmrdntt mt-its'* may be iu\- 
11109 ioterett wiihour own, .i.<1 iii> indue .IJIJH-I, 
t . :*re a ttifflcicntguarani 

^ '.net. 

I fi it tlc wish of this 

that gf-ntral Robert B. Taylor should i.nmr.li- 
attlj resume hit seat n. 

our worthy ft-llow cilimen, Hugh JJlui, Grigsbti, cs(j. be, 
od he U hereby r vacate his seat :.ml ti.;u 

tbc remaining dilrgxtes from his ili^lrict be, HIM! iln-y 
arehri< reup-Mi, to re-elect gin. Robert 

5. Acaa/MdL That onr fellow citizens of the cf.untics 

i-.ss Ann, Noifnlk, mid NMnsemond, be, aud 

they art hereby rekpecilully solicited to co-operate with 

.g the object of this raeelme. 
t these proceedings be signed by the 
diairroati and aeeretary, published in the newspapers of 

borough, 
ted to the de 



copies of them be transmit 
legates from this district in the conven- 



Mll i chairman. 

LtWIS J. FouniMltM.T, ircrftury. 

. sjvee cli, gcu. Taylor discussed, s.n s the Norfolk 
irl basis ot taxation 

aod represtti ,t MAS not geoernlly 

troderstood that H was a scheme of vague generalities. 
He made M-\erl calculations to show that the basin of 
this system as wealth alone, and declared 
white popuktioQ would be rated as worth fifty cents a 
head, not nn! n a Princess Ann 

Be asserted that it was intended to make the natunllv 
atjaJified free voter kneel ich, and conti-ndeli 

that through it, a district of IO,UUO u t worth 

hi money as much as another cont.. 
would not enjoy as much free \> 

this manner, hi said, the state would be studded with na- 
bobs and anttocrats, and ^:,ts would be pros* 
trated before the overwhelming w> , 



sated tt>at he would an soon usigning 

cattle to the staoghtei pen as assenting to such a otua> 
Mire, .! 't w tolj., 

citizens lor gold. In fin'-, he compared the y.- 
-<I>ple, through v i 

become a foul and loathsome njas, 
-unk beoealh it* own corru 
.t were dopie<l, the m firmly 

driven and clenched in ti.r 



The following 
from the c'.-i- 



have also been forwarded 








Urge atseiiil' ; >i the 
>, at the e' 

, 1K29, lha< 

tire you to vote against 

\>\ the ^^l^! it "ee, to apji 

above tdlml- rl 
as we v 

t this paper may be 1m 
Signed by t r.ens. 

The debate in the convention was. on an 

nis ami pro- 

.'t, and tli. o far), that 

ie seve- 

. !.:ll lorni the basis ol 
dtntalion in tlie liouse of deleg:ttes, 
slaves or other property, or the nniuunt 

.Mr. Kamlolplt, \crv unexpectedly, spoke tw 
in favor ot Mr. (inn' t,m his UM. 

cursive and sarcastic mnnner. 

vr>le was as follows -47 for, 49 agninst ; D 
ty io favor of the white basis '2. li will 
that Mr. (irigsby, who had taken the place oi Mi. 
Taylor, of Norfolk, voted with t> 

N seat, the i 
four. 

run MB. GREEK'S AMENDME*T. 
JJutrictt. Del 

Norfolk. Tazewpll, Premis, Loyal I, (irig- 

It, \^. I', i 

,,!<!. II. \' 
i nburg. Broj' 

n, I'. I' .mart], 

. Logan. 
Acconi < n, I'errin. 

;.es ( .Martin. 
d. Menniss. 

AGAINST TH AMKMl- 

Loudoon. James M : son, 

liugb. 
i-d. W. Campbell, t! ..dert. 

r.nia. Calj! ! 
Alberoarte. Pleasants, < inpson. 

' ' ^B*. 

Merkel . .N^\loi. Donnidsmi, I'.-nd! 

son. 

\Vfchingt'in. ' 

;^'e, A. Campbel 1 
son. 
Ma! , I'iby. 

ike tring oj iS 3 e * 

<keii on a test question, n 







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orilt.<-* 1 kaow ib* t ball Mtfftd ai 
> our UMMl 1 



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|>rorcrdinf 



aatf o4 wb b. 

*rt ol UM ui 

owlabaraf UM 



Ufritv of ibe aaaaKnKta, ibo oaaiiaaBMt of UM aaav. 
aad UM aiaamaiioa ol l^brrif . m*, r *n. 

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i ' . :.. . 

0(Bl .:,',..!; ,.,, ....-, , . . - . 

tOUl 

>f IMO, to wit, | have bat word to MV liiuat UM iilaioiatialioa af 
of UK aiatr, a4 not i4 pn y . I* .11 tbo 

* ,. .4. .1 .1 ''-I -t:,r t tll \ , > , t , ^, I Ulll 

j^ j ibe pubta *crt 

ocnt t 10 tategntjr, ulrnu. od MxluMo . IvJlaot 
>w Uic prwfajioaai MpTOaxil br MJ 
j rpctabk oppootol u.r 
tbo auaoai of ay ot> 
i my owUt. Tbc rrH 
aiioa of UM POOBM ad 017 owo 





wf wt Mate. hrw. 

*rd (or rcicrcaoa 

eUwe< thM potttoa of ib auaay waiali 
iapwtc* of UW iUte b UM Ia4wu 
t UMtUUs bouorw my irtbc tcitkd wa 
of iruti UM! jufUer, od lor UM ojaiaal 
of both put**. After iprakiat of UM 



: 1 P '. i Mil 









met . 



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Ue ibroofb tbc oepaniacai of war, m two oaa> 
Bttoicaiioiki, h*rcMli pcvwajaa la jtm. la laaant 



woare told, 'the 



cat coa*Mcr% M aaatwfMr far 
bim to oacr uy opMioa oa UM ayaUoa af We:** bat 

UMI iMy ipaiar aBaiualiory. la UM il. we rr >- 



. : , ;. v .,-;:,:.' t 'T ' :..V-,. 

: , ; , . , .... laVbrwatli baaaX 1 c .,..! - 



oaiholof. dfacwoatlMfUit.aaaawbjabUM 
^oaaauoa of UM bad* * 
luueUHarrtts 

thr rcn-trT of r t 

B 1 



of UM 

IB 

H 

ol 



you ii 



after lae ISUi of Octpbrr. of 




206 N1LES* REGISTER NOV. 81, 189 LEGISLATURE <>K VKKMuM. 



We cannot object to any ir.vcstigat ion of the facts deem- 

ed necessary to j. 

the character nf i , 

anyatt. .idversa- 



people v in the exercise ; 

ceast ma i ..-d uon, on 



~ i :n t-* BW| IH-I.T- .'in <i i 
iMtT PMOMMMMq >l \ ].n i:i-,jH r' 'i' 

leu integrity. Whnt is most to l 
Ternraeot 
gutating trade and intercourse w 
it the evidence collected by on 
the land hetwerti the tulloeabeompreh< 


Mn.i.m : . !!,.- 
ricr r n-l spot- 
to enforce the 

NaMd m t!f hM 


<:rrtkcon:i. . " 1 .w ol r..iirn- d.> * 
Merokees are not the rightful oceupi 

1*1.1 ftii MMttinanft ll Uv f -nnvn-il 

rigiiiiui occnpnit t inciaw of oooajr^H, 

: j _ 


not ap|.l 
ni. It i 



its constitutionality being waived, cannot operate after 
Jane, 1830. If not already within the rxouplin 
10th sect k> of the act, hi June m \ 
Georgia wi!l become so, as they will be within the or- 
dinary juri%. Hope is entertained 
that circnmstancet may allow the secretary of war to 
mand the order before the time arrives for its 
execution, and that no occurrence will produce any ex- 
citement or collision between the general and slate go- 
The application lo the president n! the 



, wa inconsistent with our al- 
leged r rrainc all n s without the 
intervention of the authority either of the execume or 
lethbtore c-t l.ut having been made, 
enee to past usage, and from a sincere desire 
Concert with the administration of the gt neral govern- 
ment, a regard for consistency, not less than a due re- 
spect for the authority to which we hare appealed, unite 
to compel us to wait tranquilly for the decision we have 
invoked. The only subject for consideration seems to 
be, whether in anticipation o( that '< t favora- 
ble or adverse to the state, some preparation is not pro- 
per for the survey and disposition of the land during the 
current year. Hy this course, if the Indians are retnov- 
1! he earlier made useful to the state, 
and no other better mode presents itself for temperately 
asserting the claim of the state, should unfortunately 
V magistrate ol the United States ultimately dif- 
fer with us in the question of right. In your delibera- 
tions on this subject, you will not fail to bear in remem- 
brance the graleiu 1 fuel that the present federal admin- 
istration is duly sensible of the long tried forbearance of 
the state, and of our unfeigned anxiety to have our claims 
adjusted, and rights enforced without further angry dis- 



i ; us a member 

of the govern- t small tax 

be imposed upon all the Indians v. ,I|.IM ..tu- 
rn tUc next p? Hi they may I 
form a part of our fcder 

LEG1SLA VERMONT, 

The ease all -^ report I.. 

' in N ermunl. Huinham I::. 
sentenced to thr c< 

at he had been p< pe. 1 .- d- p- 

wrris attached to the hi- com- 

mittee, but we do not see any use in adding it. 
Boners appointed to 
ireumstmoes of the death or escape of Joseph 

To the general auembly now filling: 

The commissioners appointed to investigate the cir- 
cumstances ol 'tin: d.-.iih 01 i-.i|.f ul Joseph Uurnlinm, 
a convict in the slate prison, in October, 18G, i 
fully report: thai they proceeded to examine the testi- 
mony of a numb, i t the officers of the state prison, and 
others, tending to \-. s:l llurnham, on the 

..f October, A. Hi '-^>, died m the state 
in \\ indsor, and on the 17th day of Oclobc- 
the said Hurnham, was delivered to his friends, and by 
thrm mteired in \\ oo<lstock. Although Ihe eid 
his death was positive, and calculated (it uncontradicted) 
to convince any reasonable person that Hurnham was 



dead, yet the commissioners wen- 



two per- 



uaaioo,and with the least p< 



wenience to the 



of Indians which can now be aft- 
I have the satislaction to communicate another ro 



with '.he department of war, on the subject ot 
Indians the Creeks and Cherokee*. The opinions 
upon which the act extending the stale laws over the 
Indians within our territory is founded, accord with those 

present administration of the federal go*. 
In the exercise ol our sovereign power, limited as it 

\ by the constitution of ' , there is 

our again ineeimg with fo 
staclcs from the imposing authority 
the union. V -jg sanguine expectations that 

nipact of 1802 will be either fulfilled, or put in 
train for fulfilment before June, 1830, prudence requires 
that legislative provision should be made on the possi- 

:MI those expectations may be disappoint- 
Indca < MI- within our jurisdiction after 

June, 1830, < led to such laws as the legisla 

tore may hereafter prescribe. Great care is necessary to 
mature provisions for the protection ot their persons and 
proper ire to remain in ihe anomalou 

:<-y are placed by the act of 1828. Tri- 
bunal* for the trials of Indians accused of crimes are to 
be designated, and the forms and rules of proceedings 
established the courts which are to have jurisdiction for 

ess of injuries inflicted by them or upo 
where tbe mflictnr or sufferer 'is an Indian or a white 
man, are to be ascertained or created by law, and the 
mode of ptuetuhng prescribed how guardians are to be 

' lor them, th. authority and privileges < 
guardians, when selected, require mature reflection and 
careful legislation. The character ot the state for gene- 
rosity and magnanimity, dictates enactments a 

jra! and intellectual condition of this dependant 



residing in the city <t N< w York, who w< : 

.! with Hurulijtm previous to his coin inion, liad 
i) slated since, his supposed <l(atli, tli., 1 
bam was alive, .mil in tin . hat one 

of said persons, to wit: Ljroan Mower, alias Joshua 
Cobb, had made an affidavit, stating licit Hurnham was 
alive, and in the city ot ih substance of 

which affidavit has been published in the ntMsnaptrs; 
and a proposition WHS made to the commissioners, by 
Mower, through a third person, to produce the said Burn- 
bam aliv 

commissioners, therefore, considered it inexpedient to 
make :i report on tli. ithout procuring all the 

ig to Hurnham, that could be obtained in 
the city ot New York. 

t the commissioners having procured from his 
excellency the governor, the necessary papers, pi- 
ed lo tile city ot New York and called on the said Lyraan 
Mower, on the 22d inst. October, who informed the 
commissioner that he had tre'|U<-ntiy seen the said Hum- 
ham, who then culled hii Ion; that he, 

Mower, had not seen Dolon n 
understood that he was s 
about two weeks previom to the 23d October instant. 

' 
hundred dollars it he would produr..: the 

i.;tr.i, and return him to ' ' la y* 

dwl the Mid Burnham ah Lin- 

ed it i Moui-r, niNiMed ih.iitln.- person above 

rtiiit the first tune he saw 

him- New ^o^k\i.^ in the debtors' jail, 

whcVe be, Mower, was then confined on M writ m ' 

of Abrilum I'. l'ars"n'. thr >.<t',.i 

day on whic! , wasdiM hargeufi 

said prison. The payi rs relating to the discharg* 

x <I it appeared that he 

was discharged from prison on Tuesday, th>- 17th Octo- 
l 896. Mower still insisted thai Dolon WMB ihc iden- 
tical Joseph Hurnhrn.!, and the varch WAS continued until 
the said Dolon was found iu die city 
24th inst. Mower then said he was deceived that the 
notJo mcjniririg found 

Doloo had reside -d in lh> k six or seven 

years had wrought f < ; . t buildmc in New 

Voik, m t! he year 1H26 which Mower said 

be had forgotten until that morning, but then distinctly 
reeolleci 

Mower then made the affidavit which accompanies this 
RMMtt, 

Two gcnUemen, now residing iu the city of New 
York, who were well acquainted v>ith Born-ham, itt 



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of nrnrti. 1 1 



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of .\4mc. Ji . Md ?iiiirM> TV 
MM MlHihn f < IW eoMMttbr cM / MT < 

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idMOdMTVOftli '! ' 
rmblo aiottntioa of it. Mid 

lulrnl little 



patriotic IMfc* he UMMclit. ^ k 




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INK I'iiom li\G SV8TF.M 
No. I 



T IV o.'i rrru ./ Mr r/*arf AoMV. 
No qomiM iKic4 ID tbtt eoofttrf MMC (WOeci*. 

rdor, M< mawA, diM ite pronMJM olMM^kitaM 



iftilutioo, h been |irrsnnt iUi 




d-OOthb00 K U tO b < Mfctl Mllf || Ml 



fl 

Mtkry 



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errors ibc mult 



at ml. -ho utr 
fcwk,or 

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ofih trui 



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MUnc, Abrhalfofthc {enUemcn of U* 
odbMtMt boMredfa 

ws cf t!,c world. 



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stand 

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KK- 



; 



ior ISIS 1,1 



ust, is a com i 



\Slfi a' 



r.-M.soi-ndent 



th- IKS. 






ih 



p.nnr: M ,nj ol -. c.r, ,., ,- ,11 classes, agri- 
:, mechanics, maotltu> 's, and 

.1,000,000, 



ni, ' ,:.,' ..-:..',: /,.'.'. V -<.'.-;,..' .'.'' r,. ..,.-). ..';, 

er**rf /fcr ffote yror, wbkh were only $110, r 
*es of 1815 were 80 per cent, of the an, 

IPUS yean as I SI 5 ; n<i \\\ 

i 

i, as to r.\> 
his arguments 

as fair to argue on the subject of tl 
trade generally, from the result of n 
in a season of scarcity, when it sold at 40 dollars a bar- 
relor to compare the proceeds of :. mtution 
in a season when the fos'. 

suns and refreshing showers produced a maximum <>l 
crops, with those of a year hen adverse seasons blast- 


o far HS rt-gjirti- 
cottons 

gn manufacture, which ours v< 

Fjist Indies, or, i 



afforded no encouragement to our cotton \- 
tbe domeath manufacture of the :<rticK 
large quantities of nur own cotton. In, 
not, at nil events, affected by our 
during the years 1817 to 1822, as roon 
prosttat'-.! ( i rnpj.l. d by 4be fatal iiNjr lation dMSi;, 
and 1816, to which I hav 

tanff of 1824, was a tariff of protection and 

g, Ksopposers 

that it mould destroy the revenue, and render necessary 
se to direct taxes and excises, to supply the di- 
ctions it was !:.' 
tbwt the r!. Si 

oieuosisoo this subject, has been uttirl) (ulsifn 
reaulu 

I submit a eomparoon between the m cus- 

toms, Iron. ihc}ear 1818, when tl 
counti) >ni!,. un ? recov< I- 'I i: I,-, -i tr. m n oui iho< k. 

tn Uc im port so 
incliisnre wHb those of 1825 to 18ti8, both 



\\RIJ Di: HOMIN 

<r. 
A no^ 

Ho MPT 

mes, who claimed hen.- 
bard, ot the state of AUb:,; 

.-s, she 

' I !, .'. . ' (hi firm l,,-atin R -l.nclcd 

ii tue of 

i iff of New \ i!,c cus- 

Sroiighl Ii r on thi- n Pirn t,\ the wrif. 

to this city. The claim ot Holmes was returned to the 

^ton, in 

n ot full age, 

by the v. u tji-nuglit up; that 



Ijound for I 
Sat she wasp 



^ > r ii i \ t \r> 
1818 f2l ,828,4511 
1819 
1820 ,0,556 
1821 
1822 ft),500775 

Total 7 years 125,1 
Average, $17,8W,08R 


i raojn CUSTOM*. 
$24,358,202 

: ' 20, '-. 

1828 3 first quar'i 
lst quarter? 45QOOOO 
sop(osed, 5 

Total 4 years 8R,.' 
, 



p l M. Mobile. Tbt 

. .MX! she was 

indies, 
1 brig 

i Tiew of making 
" onshore, at New York, 
ij arrested lit- r as 
was v 

. k, who tes- 
Xnown ficr as a tree person in the state 

i the ac- 
bt- rtijuired 

i nilt of a plea, 
. <;n-t that they had 

I lllillUt till ' 
I '..;,: 

: suance 

tli LI >.<) it hi- to give secui it\ in UM 
. i lv and pi 

i whom 
' as her 

tort, who wen* ;>on the 

, writ o !' ! M nhstante is- 

she WHS n 

pleat- 
intense 

fl. i; 

Me' Caber, forthe plaint 



MLKS- WEEKLY REGISTER. 









Bt * ,, 



Of. <v Htt -i.-t ;., . .- 
the laat naMeof the atatae, 

I , % , ., M ',, , ,,', 

eatateti, among whom we 

I previous 

thaniaal arrangement plan- 
its operation raiting the 




Mi of vhirh ihe viator It lornwil it of a TCTT 

^l.lrrr .,|r.,,,, ,.,.t ,,,.,, If* ....... tlfcjl - 

r I, lacdrtarr t!,r I.:*, .,!,.- ,, ua, - r K - 

at urntnud on thr farm r.| 
IHr gfre* it without cwrfr* M toon the ohjcvi 

li, B nl 



ijtiw jr*>.l an 



BOTH .,,- .1, 

hand, t, 

nek* roomier a 

lr-.j. lrr*u tW 1*9*1 ef the 

ingert that 8 it tater. The 

bit dona fat oar. and adt a 






pnjnj ' '' 
I, In* ft* 

Btthwrnto 

bortr yoked 






. -..,-,,.., , D v? 



to br rtKily ol thr nWafJalilM -"' -i"- 4 ' 1 ^ rMtvwnki 

.r rough state ;. 
loot. 

LOCOIIOTITI ciaaiAoiv We hare thought it right 
to intrrt and preeri ount of tt. 

the power >! i--r.l ol l<*-<:im" M M ^n. ,. t; ! -. - 
erpool and Manehettrrr. t percm 

ttl on theee roadt at thr 
teeeat now aaiionbtsd. A London paper ara the en- 

r ,mr of Urthm rt r ami K.iKk*;.n. me*. ! the a.f -,,,.. 

peed ol milet an h tned n^eed (aart a 

-reaentmf one of thr rao.t tubl'tme 
ia ef aneaan mgeneky and human daring the 



Ike mdmdualt who were en n, and who aeemcd not to 

e the earth, btit to fit . 
the wu. , mott auhlisne tight -a ht indeed 

- may epect en mkr mir hreakfait in Ilaftiroore, 
>lutiont b the^ondition 

b) cinu". 



auprrreded' For all ear 


...r ,,,rK,,;.,, ***** fvott.uR ut^'r. magnet* 

tmoolb high wy; authiog nan reant. 
nature; and, by our rraodeaa cngmrt, 

', -, >, 



' 

Eerope might he trartrrtrd from t 
teamboattj and 

tn the Tknrnet .- 
ruiotofTror, o 




TBE CosxrcTiccr. Theoanal rownd tkteaVanftnit 
noble mcr, at EnHeld, kaa been eoeapletr.: 



milr* The Yankees hare a way nfnnlnr 
I S M, wuhoot Maw moah anowt them. 



1 
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IT ant aingia epithet r anoaM be tempted to 
\rottnnal, phdoeophkjii or mo- 

tknft of ttuohjnrrv i i < < :' ."' a-.'l n.n! MT 

le tandtrided 
I, tcchr, awdnric' rt rf 




nxortnai Corral \Ta4t 

at in Montgomery, (tap C 

r^AlmmtiM *WM^K f Vml^^ fr^^ 

WH ^^^MM \^OT^HVBBf WTW^K W^i^p^p ww ww 

to which wr 

. 
tt It tmlei tKe* HMW sFfJtwf^e? srfi J 1 nVft K ! if* fi PT*n* ft * nf% 

lothe lunjiH mntair ef the letter meat to 

ninth as that ef any other man -_^ ,. , 
having been for a number of yean Trry ritenmely tn 
n the euliurr ol the earner cane. 
.ng hat, for a long Usnr. natoninted m at snndi 

T a% | 

mf %c-t if> 1 v- 

in l4"i ^-i. It hvidrtennimd me 



m 



LSJ^JtoTSu 

,. x: c- . s:. dH Hid JM rj jv** apnal an 

.Chnrkalonnkha Ml cargo of Otnhee* toot. 

.- tion nf fifty hhdt. of angar and eaolaatea 

for hallatt. Another, and another nil WK", to eom. 

pklc Iheplantngof fif:^ rrri .. thk .. - far 

Tneyenr after yonongk 10 fellow avUe, AH 

^,nre m 






allow 






llowing 

Mm' snhjrct 

Monroe count y, who 
U one of my neighbors, rcqm 

made a small eipermi- i^mr tane, and 

had folly Men-mined, that hr will make, from one acre 
of one, E\e barrels of surar ami three b:i 
(omolasiet) bftidrsii ' 

gond second quality tugar. 
r- formation merits a place hi > 



iti 



. 188D. The prospect of the sugar 

ithstsnd- 
.tml tin 

is regularly 1 per cent, per month 
3 percent. per month. The chum 

'r a rrpivrntation tn government 
with a loan of (350,000, to preven 
us consequent ..is that 

been over msclves, and 

, nni! this is only furnished by 



' 

iCj^Wc intl x'ucr the l.tik-r j..tr.<;ruph to sh-w 
the extent to \h.eh sugar ma; be cultivated, in a soil 

> the eanc. Here is 
jO.OOft toot, or l! 

the ocean, whkh, according to Cnlquhoun, 

.t-d 21,000 i ii and 70,000 

Tviiolt area < ' being unl> 

acres, of which 80,000 were then rulnv-ued, and the 

Creator part of tl. heJBg Mountainous 

r>nd broken. Other valuable articles are also grown in 

ul a sr.fficic: I. >r the consumption 

ants. It will then, at hast, result, that 

.Me ot supplying 112 mil- 

lions of pounds of snjsr, besides subsisting the cultiv:*- 

i.ouisianu, alr.nr, is calculated by Mr. Dar- 

: >r swamps, rivers, lakes, 

barrens and . to mntain 

03,4&G,.V*i scrrs. 1 lie pr< ; \t.,)n of thiigreat quantity n[ 
land filled for tl.f growth ef the cane, is unknown-, but, 
from its extended - vation of lui 

ole ruay be applied 
v an object to plant- 
.r.ubed will, 

jof sug^r HS 

1,000 Ibs, per a- eed, or 

hnn, the product oi the experiment in (, 
ed aS i'[- ! Loni>- 

produce sogar^ Ifw* annual 

ption Imns of 

(cTel' iiiaple-susjjtr), it would seen to 

only 150,000 acres, actna llj cultivated, to pro- 
hat quantity, and less than 100,000 labor, rs, 
also their own provisions. 


nd cuntaioing only SCO, tn on> 

free persons, :nd 
i-st nine 



months of the present year, 



<00 bags ot sugar 
with ' 



do not know U of a bag of Bourbon sugar, but 

should supp about 2(X)lbs. from the appear- 

ance of some that we hare seen and the qua 
ported to other countries, than France, is unknown, 
though its amount is consider: 

These simple statements lead to important eon 
<ions, which those most interested will serious 
tain. The I'mted States have soil enough to t< 
i he world with cotton and sugar and the latter, 
cd as it is, will soon riae equal to the who;- 
niand, and v . 

to become of the public revenue, about which some arc 
*o anxious? A twentieth p*rt of the slaves in t! 
ed Suites are sufficient to affect the revenue, as it might 
he derived.from sugar, in the sura of 4,500,000 dollars a 
year; and they will do it. The south then, we roust 
iifcds think, comes in for a full share -of the "protcc- 



tioo" and should closely adhere to a "system 

intry, cmpl 
many laborers wfa must be fmf>l< 



Irom 

I cotton this 

. 


bales shall h v Iria. 

- nice the proceedings had 
, r the fnisi.' < , as sufficient* 

in the 
'ilimit- 

ted HIM! much i'i*rii-.%ioii was had up m tbem. I ' 
lion as to the basis n-eius tr> I>M\. bO4 n Uid :is;<le tor thr 
lens important, as to the 

right of sujfrutrr, has h- n weeks 

hud elapsed, and the "Em|Uin in MI id, "the 

convention is not vit in sij;!it of the 

members are also members of congress, and others arc 
members of the stati bodies 

are about to assemble. \Vi!l r. util the 

convention may be thus dissolved or will the r mniiiing 
members elect others to preserve tl, , nura- 

I he last, and to the extent that would be requir- 
ed, will not, perhaps, l;e agreeable to the people, and 
may not represent t! 

Messrs. Wilson, Campbell, (of Brooke), Powell, 

1 diff. r< ni projects as to 

: how it 

should be exercised, kcc. The p- occupy 

^m, but have no great present in> 

to citizens of the state, in observing the movements ot 
their own particular delegates. It is stated tl. 
Leigh, on the r-.< ipt o| bi- -p--et.h f,t II:m isonbmg, UT 
burnt in effigy at that place an incident much to be re- 
gretted. 

Pay lor is probably, at this time, nearly the roost 
popular man in Virginia in consequence ot the course 
that he pursued in resigning his sent because of bis be- 
lief that the wishes of his coufttilu< nt.s art; in opposition 
to his own honest opinions. 

The following is reported as parts of Mr. I 
>pedi which, surely, contains extraordinary opinions. 
NYould he have d< i . ;; i i \ and SHK&XAK NIK! 

. and thousands of others "day-laborers," 
,-ht of sufTmge, because that they earned their 
dfti] 

" In every "try under the sun, some thrrr 

A ho labor (or their daily bread, either by con- 
tract with, or 'n others, or for thntntclvcs. 
Slave* in the easter ,.s state, till the places of 

"f the peasantry, or da; 
ers, in the n> i 'ing states of this union 

more numerous will this class 
' the population h-j ond 
the AHeghany, there must l)e srme peasxntry; nnd as 
the country fills tip thev will sur- l\ that is, 

men who tend the herds and I; who have 

neither rsonal property of their own, and 

who ex- by the sweat ot thfir 

brow. Thfxe, by this scheme, are all to be 
sented but none ol our slures. And yet, in pr>! t;cal 

fill ETACTLT the same place. 

I ask gentlemen to say, whether they believe that 
those who are obliged to <!' ; >'f\y labor 

subsistence, can or do ever enter into political 
affairs? They never do never will never can. < 

w what share, so far as nind is concerned, doea 
;>ose the peasantry of the west that p<m- 
santry which it must have, when the country is aa 
comp'l' tely filled up with day laborers as ours is with 
slaves can or will lake in affairs of state' Gentlemen 
may aav their laborers are the most intelligent on earth 
which I hope is true that they will me, to po- 
lligence. But when any rise, others must sup- 
ply the place they rise from." 






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.- consumption of straw paper, r\ 
st to ourselves ami the hitter a 
f oor readers. Then- are however, some parts 
>untry, and within a short distance of the seat of 

, tha, it papers w-i m sheet 



I targe of 

them. ' ; st to last, lost K)0 

Sub ten 1 u *e; and been 

Compel. >rout casc. hope of 

ve our paper. 
now not more frequent 

. with all ' 
make some few errors or omissions hut 

ng number t 'lies. 

TBADK or . dement 

ftltows i 'if trade in the valley of M 

years, as exhibited by the amount of 
produc ' * Orleans. 

lilids. 

9M 

bbls. 12 

86,242 



Do 
Do 



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(85 

i. >..>: 



1827. 


1828. 




3,097 




1,050 






1,011 




1,702 




LM.OM 




85,865 


115,035 


855 




196,405 


183,712 




35,815 















icr artklci of western product in the same pro- 



ndentand, tays the Boston Comracr- 
t twelve packages ot wool- 
lens were seized in this city } ester-lay morning, on suspi- 
cion of hating bct'n smuggled, and deposited in the cus- 
tom house stores, to await the "searching operation 1 ' ot 
the law. These goods, the v not yet 

known, are supposed to hare come from Canada. 

iyC5oflhelC8 members of assembly 
recently elected, were members lait year; and nine new 

* public 

intcreti Differs by such extensive changes in a 

legislative body. 

JEBUKT. The legislature of the state after a 
session ot a f w days only, adjourned to meet again a 

nee. 

house of assembly, on the 7th inst. Mr. 7/orn- 
Mortr, of Essex, offered the following preamble and re- 
>ns: 

i the state of 
mmon with the other states of the 

ipona prop 

cotirag' 'XESTic MAM > u TI in.s AN 

tariff lately e*' 
: to afford aneh protection and 

>ote the wealth ar 

vrbe realized while 

dcp- !t>. 



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hat the snfttors an 

I, or iny such 


Icasen or impair the I.MIC<M \ now 

baniesandn < .t our coun- 

I legorornor of this state, be, nud ho 

t<> cause a cop 
i- and resolu' 

< ongress from this state. 

' : 
"> pottpotv Cession. 

i 

in, opiiiiini, 
or else h> 



live would adopt." Mr. Homblov , und re- 

I, (bat lie could nol Imngine what I ! so 

much sensibility, n alarm in 

minds i here was 

.' the resol'. , nor m 

I'upli' matu-i- f Tare 01 

'o the resolutions, if 

'(r \ ill ! n ! lk> t!e-in. "Mi- :ti-Mi t ;l-.l tin- re ason assign- 
ed by the gentleman from Moms tor postponing, was 
.sin why the house ought now to act upon 
' slu'uld intimate his views 
upon this ' it, <v ntlemrn n, 

committed *ay the influence of party consideration*, 
\\beri-as now the sense of the house might be coolly and 
dispassionately expressed,without refcn-nct.- to any known 
opinions ot the executive, and in a way too to have a just 
and proper influence on those opinions, whatever they 
may be." 

After some further observations from other gentlemen, 

the motion to postpone was nut and carried -is follows: 

' Yuscr, Davis, Kit I, F,lli, 

Evans, I' n i- , H:HU-< i k. II II .rd, Ilinrhmau, Howell, 

: tnd, Jackson, Jefivrs, Kirkpatrirk, Little, 

Mfekle, M rkle, N rins, Potts, ><'nnck, Summers. 

A'aiT'.-n, U ells, \Vitk, \Vurts, S,- .ker-28. 
J\/'nv Messrs. Hlack, Chrtwood, Fithian, Foster, 
II off, Hornblo wer, Swing, To wnsend, Vail, Van Winkle, 
-11. 

Pr\ Mr. FullcrtOD, of the senate, hat 

present.;. I a detailed i-Minute, shewing that the whole 

"unit uf canals 

HIM! roads, will be aho<. ' illions of dollars, on 

the Is: >1; including the wants or requisitions 

now e . ; the progress of the works in 1 L 

;;. is. tlie great sum of $G,<>70,68i 

is liable to be 

"5, on account of other appro- 
is bridges, 8tc. The bill, howevi-r, to 
, tur the continuance ol the 

Pennsylvania canal and r.il ro:.d, was passed ycas2J, 
nays 9. 

ri.-nnly, is engaged in many great un- 
dertakings all right nd proper, perbaps in their tea- 
toii. Jtnt it would have been better if some had \> 

lore others were commenced, could the dif- 
ferent interests of the state be satisfied with such pro- 
ceedings. 

1 Uc great canal is to pass through the town 

of Cb water power will be 

created by its locks; and a powerful impulse to manufac- 

!. Twenty years ago, bar-iron, nails, 

ere brought from distant places to Chillicothe 

st 18, and nails 25 cents per Hi. The best quality 

of iron, made in the neighborhood, now sells at 6^ cents. 

and nails are worth only 7 m v -itiful 



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Brandon, >! ' '" l - " 

up by writ (if em-; 

a.* 

"The ralu. 

oo thi sense i emu: ;ttrccm 

Lauderalc the largvst puiium n 

UDtics, and a si.. 
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rorATow Mtical! A poUtoe, Irghimy 

UMlj, Md. r ijhiiig '2 llu. 9 o 

Nurg. \ ''; wa 

, M -g 5 J&. 4 or. wot 

;<>." 

last was Cfer; .1 its greats 



I 

four persons, conrictrd of buri;. 
Silurtliifto tlie sutc pris.. i 
lural livet. One of lhcin,a bo 

^ 

Iburtem years old. He *i>pers i> 
prueiouun' j-n < I..:..' i \.l!...t.\. II. f.ii!,.-r is m I!K- 
kUte prison, his uiut'.icr ... . ami ln hto- 

llier t-kcajn-d ! il.;,' conn^v. 
mansions, by (urtiiog state*s > 

iustances in 
land, of crime "running in f^: 

THE KATV. I he Peacock Lxs :u i ivc<l 
with com. Klliot, who succeeds coin. Kiddle rn tlie 
Wctl India st^ti. n. u In . uded for 

three years. The IV-acock hub : l.il! 3 uii of cotton sails, 
M-d of. 

Great fears arc entertained for ti.c safely 

.Id well 

obserfo "NotunljsUndm^ our thr. 
ibe English island*, wh< t exclusively 

eojoyed the commerce o! 
lo get off* a good deal of truck , 
'us ui co:is 

aod uoprodu ' n-ncr .t" tin- 

'.ariff, [- 

bulkiest hjs been and is still dj ing. 
l>e cl . 

The "H r-ld" ti , to nrnice the course ot 

the trade. iud adds "\ v . to these re- 

marks by u .' I'.c.ntriit wi'Ji uti, 

;uantity of stock bi. this port ! 

roent HI 

mount ,,si. ,, ;!,,, 

454 horcs, 177 mules, 80 oxen tot:d. 71 ' 
whole shipment from ih- l^^S, to ; 

Nor. If 

. .-nch is- 

l.Dris tlie rest, by book and by cr<> 
|C3Thu sut.s(.caj tnbles have not 
t-hangr in the HK tint f our trade w 
t>-cuse of the luion of our ves- . 
islands 

the. i - oavigation a' ' 
ed to secure 
the) have p,, 
the c* st nf it nuturalK lalh up 






r :int! : 
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nd a large e sugar, 





la supposr k fioinctli 






: ndea a 
pot tion (it the wca 

Silltltll, ll 

l 
was |>n 

Dii:,- ot llic Jews. 



gen. Co: ui say- 

ing, th:i' 

"to restrain hi* . 

ihe king, li ;. 

lie of ( ' come down 

from th.- 

naco, &i . taken thr i 

public, with ' lo, ( .v!io pre- 

gents, by treaty, e\ 

:tm! ilrl. 

prisoners were to be -. 
. arms, anil 
stay in Colombia, t 
to their stations as , 

HHIT: , \c. A r says 

i qtur- 
,ic-ars that i 

i 

'iiii .1 trifli: ' 

od. l.i 

ll in (he 
customs : 

., us sUuups, taxes, . ...ueoui, 

,earsu im; ,.M quar- 



:!t-r. 

)..ps ',400 

f)0 69,500 

)us 75,000 44,700 

;. * si-office there . ,,e of 9,(> 

the year (niarter. It 

appears th.il the o;>i l>ich ex- 
hibits -: 
iog urn 
tog on the 5th of Ja 

1828; 

in eacli sure. . lure in 






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to(o*atrf hd tbe war aottt.B'trtJ. 

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woaU to kMl vboa ' a kuown that h* w irAwiarr 
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Nov. - . |M9 FOilKIGN RE 



a military rev* > 
ssraadrmtsof oav. 
Starred additional hoi, 

.* eampav 
^nu-MotrV ED*] g 



ilioas of infantry and 99 

on the tat'. 



to all tbe pacbaltks of 
afliast the Russians, and to 

Mir- on thf rnt Iru-mlh Iriinm wiiK - , 

UllC m I lie I.JUVl I ririUII * l Mill .. U I . . 'r 

liab.tsutsofScnu.arc K-U,;; 

a public declaration putting t hero b po* 

rights stipuL> ::.,.. cat* 4 

I 

English and French ambassadors have 
against tl,,- treaty of Sij.t. 11 It adds ih* 

.uodsTv the cooditioos pit 



ot of tin- bureau of com- 

rms t!ic cli.uulif r uiuli-r 



I 
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IUJ.II. 



disobedience of the Pachas by 
England may profit, to annoy tbe Kusnan*. " 

s^aty of peace ha> set the r< 

.ulioi . and lliuv is . | :itixiour> 

ateoiteMrt, dealer* in tbe calamities of nation > 
Avkmals.w.il 

atbaagricu! 
dorinK le war, 

tbe folio w mg notification. 

merce aod ol the colonies 

, int.t. ilml ht i.% advised that ' 

. 

operation* irrp;.r.ni; i M!'.. I -\..r.t, speculator-' ',; - 
ing th: 

-ro|e has exh II th.,t w.is i 

magazines at w.r. i In > 

ii make 

the commercr m the L-\a:it, and various cxpe- 
dHioos were fitting out which would soon be ready for 
sea. 

Tbe minister deemed it advisable to give this intima- 
tion, hi < nch merchants nearer Turkey, 
might i . English in furnish- 
ing supplies to thai country. 

TCRKKT. 

Thr whole populatiou of Turkey, in Europe, Asia, 
and Africa. i ii G. r u,lMA) souls. 

only JfJ,0" -*,000. 

The national debt is between 7 and 8,000,000. 

General Lkntzt), who ^neml Church, as 

comrc -. k forces, <! 

15th ol S<puraber. ArrMti^ments ha> 
made, says a Ix>ndon paper, 1< 

lary loroe tlian usu >nd at Malta, 

asapn cau'ion^ry nujs r I'.nsl as- 

i more settled aspect 

10TPT. 

The U. S. sloop of war Warren, with an AI 

merchant mm . ly visited Alexandria. 

;e said to be the fi'rst of our vessels in U 
st. Ihmhii'. 

tbe ^^ 

Of the pj ram ids of E^ypt, the largest, it. 
is a square, of 746 t 

feelLi^ i'aul's. 'I 

it contains is calcuUted at six millions of tons, 

three times tbatcmploy-d in th* rut Plymouth, 

En*, sod has been calculated by a French engin 

Bgsiiat to build a wall round the whole of France, 10 

feet high and one foot broad. 



The Journal du Hat re of the 23d alt. contains the 
speech of tbe king of the Netherlands ou the opening o t 



neral, 









sim rhrir iMt Bt-*si 
ns :. 



stood. At (':< 

s for the ! 



; it 1 . 



ctiUneui; r, a glass- :>'. 

most VHI 

sr> 

The exportation* of silver trora Spain have -, 
the government, wi, 

- !),i-;4-.Mi. s i.., k.- ;, it U. Madrain 

iii.ii ils i-fi'dur; ii. , 



PORTt'OAL. 



The Correio do Porto < 
(fntence of the tw< i 

Kn^hiiid to Piirtugal, on hoard the Ht-linst steam! 
in June of last yt :>r Tli 
ed from their rank, to tV 

bodies to be iostdon 

the scHCOast wl;'re tiny lamled, and thc-ii properly (o I. 
confi- royal treax 

John i ! "Jonathun" will 

demand satisfaction for the ba: 

the An> ;, Mij.- 

.'' admits that he him Belt 
hassnbiiiittn! to tl., 
ilniik> it l.kcly that "Jon i :n>t. \\'e guesshv 



We have "just ukeo the liberty" to make this MI 
two millions more titan we have seen it st 
papers. The idea of the expenditure 
only 270,000 cannot bv entertained. And if so, the 
payment of the indemnity to Kossra would be small] 



Tiutt type <i . 'inaiid, has acknowledg- 

e<l Uir 

tyrant who lilU the throir 

i ot chains. Tl.t i diii^nd 

.v.M I,- 

i-liing that lir 
fiotild have record ise<: 

' \vaa ex- 

tending 

of color :<jol these :.: 

for* ue r i .[)! of 

:\es, but arc 
loath to use (hem. 

iron. 
Tbe progress of the spirit of meekness and < 

,, is still 
ror and 

!:.,.!,: ol M h ,.i' n.4-,i -. -'i'},- . / iiin-; .!' t!i- worm is 



India isdir.- ^natice 

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Uficfioruer !..! n. . < :h. . .|. Mw 

ItortoT ao knjMrUu' 

n ufam 

.o uT (. mhalMCMHa. tkow r^., 
al cqniteUr Uvt, to <**. . 



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iiU 



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IIHl 



f lH 



... 



UM 



v.tcthe 

Kanooojr bctvera the 
4rmc, after 


r rfl'orn i-r.- ^l ji 



, 



m*m :,;.. 

i 



. I 

' a-.l .- - 

I'rrc Trwlr 111 II a< I. m n~ 

lo i|n- 1. i in.'. ;i o. i\t< r rti'i- 4 ;;.* 

, ,r U.c uri.'' ^rr a:...',. .iMmatlr. I 

l I > l**| J1 J i 1 \'- > * * 'lf\ f 'i f M' 



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>," ; ' 

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iliK*. m ikoac taai 

.,-ir. , Vfl M /. 








Lt.<. Tbe 

i . - ' 






. 1878- '.IKS. 



It t* to be rvjp-eUr <1. that a paper regarded as < 
r to many of oar citams 



ill i plan utlmg, arc 

.m! to make 

fractious and im-u- 



nous errors, on n. . as thi 

<>ne dicussed in my first nu 
.ens to rigorously %eru 
ings will. wl. 
wbVh are so lar my stifie " 

I oMi' t *> ~**t i^ iv. 4 * ! v 

. 

physical theories. 
\ 

gicalto dr.. 
a neutral nation 
t general warfare, to those of the samr 

mpenodolnco.-r.lp. " ' <>''.'; ! " : I th- va- 

nous markets, o^n to 
which wr arr now . 
rreat iltiMOOJatioii 

, that it is a stoo afriat that they should have | 

. - 

y serve to place this part of the subj 
stati . tlut, for our c\; 
wheat and flour in 1805 

formrr and 2,X 1 0,000 bartx ! 

kS.OOOi equal to about cirh 1 . 

rn laws, and simiUr laws 0:1 

of Europe, on - ' ' :':ci.-s. i ' . .;i!.i-K 
themereaar of our population, > . 

S60,09 barrels 

and produce.! I .; fi J.'.1.6G9, OC l-ss K.:.n |vc . ( "l!r> 
per barrel of flout 6, and 

. of tobacco, anil m;i 
bacco and snuff, to the amoui JOO.OOO, 



..ease of th> . 

a propoi -t 

In I8Y4, we eipn : 



.!. !U 






barrels, pr< 

' 






\\A\\. on i 

x port of cottoti in 1823, was 
earlr part 

> <)n il 10 that of 1824, an 



a cons. 

dfjqr 


I 



v ' . . '- . 

ands the most aeno . 



I. 

d a scare: 

- ! ' 



ollars per 

h 
ougfit to 



$18,389,000, or 

we receiv, 
onlv $5,269,960, or *b 

rlakes to illumi 

Tiev the whr 1 ' aspects a 

avokl error himself, and what is of more 
void leading 
various Other '-n.s, with the s;: 

i vat difference tu tlie aitj<uni t 
on the other side < ; 

)per wi, 

eooe brtveeo a stale of war and a state ot pcfc< 
uffioeol to aceou ucrease of ex- 

portf, which be laments, notwiUistaoding : . 



, mi I i .is in this c< 

Siat the eiport of 1825 
. the uioK r . 

teann 


cd those <! 1'ir 1711,000,000, and the wiOi 

re pre- 
!. So much tor glutted mark* 

HA 



Ibs. ' 



') 
. 

jlili^e me, and may perhaps do 
some s< . 

> f table 

which \. 

.; ;s, in llirir A.uiuar* t I -,v f.i! 
founded on a r i .-. Mftttiicu tu tl 

Academy ot Sc.cnces of Kratice, on the bill passed the 
17th of N relative to tlie r 

which are henceforward to he used 
in Great Britain. 

MKASfltM 05 LK.1BTH. 



Lih. 

\ inch, l-3Gthofayrd 
I foot, l-3d ota yard 



.539954 c<- 









: $4l,4oo,')00. 
t!. 

rriers for them 
: to re- 



Hut the whole oi i--. by no 

meant stuttd. ill r, 

li H:.-uf 5, more 

i e foreign mercbjujdiw. witJi 
plied the btlli^cn-nts, u w,_ \. 
large pni tic 
we exported, in 18o less an amoir 

1128, our exports of foreign an 
017. The average of those artic 
ten Tears, was nearl) do 

man couM Mi 
of Europe would allow i, 
ol pmce, be eou! 
main r less to increase, as he &.v 

d a free trade, iu tlie 
portioo of 6,000,000 to 11,000,000. 

It is very doubtful win x-asc in our do 

rti would materlly benefit 
markc> ^ .imn are >. . our pro 

cifur Irom remi: 

eral d istrcs* that pervdci nearl) all Europe, and 
which this cou&U > 
oot al 

cotton, tobuctx, or floor, w- : 

| 
that the inc. IL! nut inaicrially increase I 

'i'ocecds. IiifcUnceha%e occurred in toininerc 
which two aud two made only threethat is to say, that I 



:ietre 
ictre 



o.o. 

7079 inches 






Myriaractre 

SUAEX MEAHUILE. 

Englith. French. 

1 Yard square 0.836097 metre square 

. square 

yards square 10.116775 arcs 
1 \crr, 4*40 yards square 0.404671 hectares 

Metre square 1 . 1 %033 yard square 



l AP- 






1 a gallon 
! of a gallon 
'rial 

. J Aliens 
I Busbel, 8 gallon* 
Sack, .3 ljuhels 

Mron, li sacks 
French. 



^45 rood 
2. 4736 14 acres 

(EASLBE9. 

.C/l. 

0.5' 

. .itrc 

4. 84345794 litres 
9.0869459 

ires 

'.litre * 

2/r litres. 

13.08516 hectolitres. 

Efefffeft. 

C 1.700773 pint 
0.2200967 gallotx 



'V. ta v l**9-T)Rm3H FA'PORTS. 



'21 



4", . , ,-,-,,- 



J <.,,. 1. 1 M, oil ;,>un.J M *1 , 

O.J730956 k,lofr 







MOS. lifTMMM 

HJmira 

a 4354149 



;<>: us 

Wda <-.'. 

1 To humlml wc^i I 

t'<r-..'.. /:..-;.' 



KleiramiM 
l 

ol 



{1AIOS7 BooMte twy 
t,fQMIM5l 
poU. 

M prcwtK wr^hf. and **. 
, pvhafM, McMM7 lur ihe pro- 



1 Der.n.rtr- 



' 

I 



Ktemeitral wily of II 
vci R ht. *n 1 m. > 

ll.r |MMM .1 :!,r ,,.r f) - 










1 M ll,-r 



I Urct .^. HHM 

1 IVf .^14' 

1 DM%m 

r ihe 



V- 
1 eobio metrr, or 1000 cubic 



10 r-.,'.. 



1.000 

WciKht of a cubic 

tra of water at ihr irmpi> 
alnreof 4 dcmta abotv 

o7a 

ka% 
1-lOOOth of a kilocramiur 



StckTaie-rtnwt, Sept S4. 



rr> 



,' ;, . i. 



>oflk Uaited 
llntain to forrq-n parts. 



HKI1 



V*** / 



i D 



-- 

- 



^: , 

". . ::,;' 

Amik mm*n*x> 

II*. I ,.! pork -lt*d, I0ft.ttt 

MtoffA, 

'.- - .1 : . 



I7t,75 










ofH 
. 

: all torts, 
. *\\ oru. 

.!,rr> k i ail. 

arrt k tltfi 

!, 

I other ort 





. ',/,.: ':,:." 

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4.901 

1. 105.611 



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. 

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Supr.rdhwd 

1, ,,.. ',. 



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Ml! 
156,196 



:-. i > 

in a 

10,440 

704.443 

. 



J.tM 



I9H.046 
91S.4JO 
IS7.lt: 



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1,1.,?: 



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II 

SJB77.S6I 
I.Ot7.00S 



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$.lu.m 
I.I46V9S 




.- ' i 






O' Bri 



. 

2. Mr. Ackw nsPa- 

al Mack; weight 

wt 

ped," 

-nco;*' 
red u 

;lic day; 

but Mr. HurtuUrs .-, it was 

onfortunair!* thro wascon- 

th firtt day, we take from the ' 

. IMP at- 

roacl during 



' 

WHl'Mfce attracted the mcvt .v 
'he afternoon i 



v.r.ghiig. 



* 








xhi 



> invcti- 
ition v. ! 



^, the fieai. 

WM most aiti" 

- a atoppagr U'i>;, 
' speed was ftbou 

nules an 
I'O'ir. : -!H. li it moved surprised and 

- 

It Be- 

took at it, and tillc<1 itiousandt 
;:il* who wrrc 

l not to nin along the rartli, hut fo 
fly, as it were OD the wines of tin- 

nional particulars: We have 

tfici tliat the course was 

: ^, each way, 

e milr* 

nd *' !. 's carriage, the K 

with wap -Maelted to it, wt-igliing l'2ton? 

9 owt,und the weigh* on tli* whr - !, being; 

4 tons 3 cwt., | tour htati in the fo' lowing pc- 

1st heat was performed in I3& tnmntri. 
2d 

" isf 

4th " 17} 



'tr a distance of fourteen m\\r rkrt pn - 

l.ts lining attnched to 

it, 8i minutes, bein^r rit the rnir o *Ji^ nn! >, ni th- hour. 

.' '-ihifulny. ' 

ihht t! made on \\ 

the e:r :.:id P'.rirlnon, |-, 

rh is lo !) mad-- on Sjtur- 

. irriHt;r is s:id to have !i 'M.-rktrot 

!-s HI th'- ho'if, with lli: :(. 

lions ot nn- of the 

engines, the commencement of the contest was postponed 



arenig- rate was 1 

coune the rate of by pn- 

sengers until e*|ul to i.{ ton, wssft 

<th weight) took ph. 

eager*, was ahn on the gr> 
gir*t*H 

nages; but " nhle speed cons 

vas put 
was, w- 

hibited, not in the 

About fifty persons "clung round^ihr wAgons, ^ 



!I!F. RAIT. BOAD. 

pli'-us'>n's carriage, 

, t.-st in t 

:. l-s, with loaded 

This, we arc informed, WHS 

ics in the hour, in- 

">pping to 

... ry .r th On 

one occasion the di si a i i >rm- 

< d w if din ; \ \1( ssrs. 

Mmithwaite and Erkkson with the following [ 
graph:- 

'ifinr. In onnseqm nee of thr- 

"d a new s-.-t of COTI|K. 
i faeh locoi. sh^ll nnl< rpo 

' at Itamhdl," 
. ickson have with UK- '.; 

>n of 

till to-morrow, ( Saturday), 

Kninhill, to 

- with its allotted load, in Ics* time than any 

Honing rr . 'tve been made- with rr:- 

ur*e: 

A 1 I n 

c d 

\ \\r\r rf road, A. B. i* Hxed upon for the experiment; 
r-. ; l''s. This disf 






( 

- ' r - 

ID mm, J to ro- j lo IK ubU . * u*i IK !. *!(> iW < M of 
d^Mtery u oflMd V3 bn*a |*o * t , ly *ftri 



r 






i 



f 



^r;^., 

inftll i. .(.(.'l ' 




Prrwarr alvMt *.! JO 



a . <Jr JO Ib. per t^ur* mfc . 
M 4 o*frort *<rnrp ( fl-r*t* 



> < - i : . 

y tW bm trtte k wil W <, UMfcr Jj<n U. 

; i . - . 

N MMl 7 vcnn.lt, Md lb* mtlr Utwr. thr |^| 

'. n. >, .1,- j;, , r 1 i-.-:. jf,.' -f,r j..V^* '^K f fhe 
id of UK- courv. w M run m 9 a: 
' iie bM Ulf mite VM p4orr>, 



ets 






NVi.r,. 







,, . . -^l- 

*WC ViKW^T 9 WHO I WM 

- 



,.| 
2%i cubic if.cf.r.. . l-i ISi. prr 

wQkt of UM wter-uak MMl MM* 

r.-j r..t. 



l.--i-V>n C 



cwt. qr. Ibt. 



II 



4 

c 

11 



1 



l.dl*. 



..! !ur I 






rt ^n on 



1 ' 



3 SI 



Tool we.,' 






. kt . i ts, 



' ' I ' 

Ilio coy r%r f wu . 
I* !-( I, .11 m !r WM 
of 41 I* 

rm tfw ^i^-Mf^*^ 

J Mv ( w pcrttnMv 4 MlH 






MiMimaii No of trokr vn |t per orfMie. 

i J r.rtl* wcrr tntrrrwd M 4S MJi M ill 

terof v%td 



lit 

ofth^ 





M* 

^VHNTfTwr vi IS- wbrrl. or ft , 

: ' l - - ..-. 
TVMtW diCJiilmii qf the raa.(^MM*lv4v 

ffW^ *" * AA * a^flMlMftt~. ^t ^^^^^^ ^^^.^ < MAM^M ^^ 

iiic vivcn | *" * * . i ii 

dtbiB 



ffW^ ^^ * AA * a*^>fl^lMAt*. ^1 ^^^^^^ ^^^.^ < MAM^M ^^ 
-"" *.'*,l 

Che IrCMD fW MOfl inv Af baMWMJ OT Mtfcf tlM IhK^ 

% ^ 

s ... ^ 

_>^^^ ^L.1*, jl t A_MAAM__ ^ ^bkMA I - f,^^^. ft^ - | J 

'. ' ' ' ' . - > ' . 

tl I it r ., | .. . I .. . -.1. ' . ' % A 

MM Mfw w> VO VU|MMf OT M W|CCf K A VPtOvKT Vi 




9 ^^ *^ VIB^V ^TVBV VTT WMPHW* A OC W^BIB 

-, 

. I ; ; : .- - . ' : "> 

; r- : i -. - ll *-. 1-ihc 



*' REGISTER NOV. *. I W9 LOCOMOTIVE f 



"n a continued forward j 

i'C average rte of 




hour, loaded always. 



ran do 

tb< n a larne assemblage ' 

I n pprrs to have averap 
mite* an ho.i 



mlrr th 
n have > 




rjr ran over the eoore ' 

Mid the core puny haitened b' - to await ih 

lion ol this week, with 

r ho*aw urn eyet wl, 

mot,* . i.c-ti- * r<;, i'o. 

lie first locomotive 

if In i . Mesart. Brailhwaite and Ericksou ever construct- 
ed, and it was fuur months after the appearance nf the 
inentoffmnf the premium that th 

motion on a mil way. 

.:-st and 
the ap;>lic ' '. . i' i ; ii.r ;ii- i .!-. ; 



II 



( 

with 

'this at a rat 
ih" ran- of asi 

:i yard, we 

'. i>, :.s .]! ,nes- 

<>f railways 
'M- roads. 

r we 
" that 
: wHh 
try it 



form an -l to reduce all 

theae to working drawings. It was - 1st of 

Aoguit on tli 

aber, it ai t 
ItWMti ied until two dajs before " 

Monday. -There- was no note of prepar- 

<! although it was 
ered that some no c \ itiu sse'l during the 

vere at their 

-,'.-!> ling morning, and short!; afterwards Mr. 
rth's engine was ai ; ready for the race, 

of the "San* I'arx ' ' >ns 8 ewL 2qrs., the loa 1 ! 

assigned to it, s c.-o: 

>ns 13 cwt. s 

he engine and load. Soon , c *Sn^ 

'*> her assigned performance of seven* 

S and for two hours this engine p'-rlonned with 

great apeed and regularity, averaging n mil s 

ft of upward* of t en tj fn. 

which supply the f lie tender was out of or- 

.<ed a crssntion of the race, but this not be- 

rpowersui 
deed. , engine was 

ambers present, notwit 

eat her, w <nd appeared to be 

-.-idrrthe trial 
illy at an end In conse- 
, 

ty," the inge- 

'trs Braithwiiiu- it rlncktoi. 
r consider) tk th pieces 

. 

ic closed this mornif" 



. 
powers. 

It is now under- '. '< worth's engine is 

overweight lor the origin*: wever, 

s again. 
Mr. ISraiidrcth will also i:xl. 

'cumstances, no chanrr 

? ;.iinst what has been <! his ap- 

pearance will not be as a cnmi> 

henson, and 
on the proba- 

:.H being l>out to receive the rewanl of 500. 
lor the per he hat 

Et 

i ' the one * : 
v Messrs. I'- 
ll itie arrangement , the safety, sim- 
: >como- 

u''; and however imperfect tin- present works of 
Mine may be, it is beyond a doubt, and wr 

opinion of nine-tenths ol 

.icn now in Liverpool, that it is th; principal 

.! of th it London engine \\hcli will be 

folio u ' onstruction of all future locomotives. 

The pt'we-li ; i:i;t oduclinn ot a blast btllo> , Oie position, 

v lh' furnaces ol the carriages by 

-e of gravity is brought below the 

absence 
of all smell, : 
ing of a: 

// ensemble proelaii 
pie, and > regret 

to prnctice the mere mec^ 
has catued Messrs. Bra'n 
draw, th'.-ir r 

t has been only to devote their 
I tal-ht to the perteriion of th' ir machine. 

li. .-.:,:' ui_- i- pnn. pal prize, w ruTitji 1 doilht both 

nation and the intention nf the directors to pur- 
K engines v 

.tors. 

The opinion which we have heard almost universally 
expressed by scientific HM! practical men, who are best 

tions a 

.'re working parts of the machine, but it wouM 
, ' ' ' ; : -'.ir.late to 

who miisl know to m< 
how this my b_- done, as the in^eitiout r. 

tition, 
Mecara. Brakhwaite and Crickson have doi 



oi the 11 in Miort 

le perfection ul th< ; 

l->ick^in ' 
-w ill be p 1 
the railway directors, 






Ac- 

ie engine set off, and perform- 
iea in a manner highly s' 

' 

n I- r, -I,. -;- .. i ,' r>| I', i -iCtiT T.ll'C 



-si "ordeal'' which 

t- do we think we 

13 of the rail 



-raption or 



d exercise 



IU> WsOKKLY REGISTER. 



.,.., - ;.- . : . 



1 

' ' _' , '.!'- 

r. aa M i to ,..r bcm 

i.J, , -|> . - . .:l . 

-ar. It % 





li-Amood with 

i i f ' : .1 . 







v 



: ' 

MM. 

'J t 










10 ton 

toon be an cud wf their 

COUOty Ml: 

...' ..... ' 



;n to %uch whole bcrrft 

labor mg 1 
Pjjb 

nr grandchild of a IK r v n i 
d aoxl tulil aa a UMVC. hat talked 

I* Uo K hcd at- 1. 
t ao*j and daorlttrrt of mrthaawa 






think tiMtcwy cMam yiaain^ aa yirtf tf 

r ^nta^~toat proprt jr. H itarif, wwlert AO pHvwvr, MM 

I K*l lllr twiw r nl * **M * -~ __ j >.._ 

H WiC p*>* ' -....J^-c.:.'*' ..... . . ; %?jj iTTi- 

naeat Uaaa io the prrfffiraaiMt ol >fcrgr. Uutna lot 






rr|>rrantauon it it ru; awl a la*.l.i ? to be ailed ot 
todefcod country, taVolret vfca* vo * c to be a 
^rr (o mrrl-rr mflir maknf of t bvt. B1 

... , . '.,- 

-.' * ' '' 

r MX t raiuplrd upoa by ^elllll, keJaV 

ml -" ; in tau- Lai. ^^ ^ --' y - . . 

* * ; ' - 

; " ' * - 

M i^rttav tWt aboai Id bo ^aaaaWd o i K fM*kli*^ W 

- - '. : ''.-.''f 

irl i Hi Hi aihitlaali AM!, bat- 

Vv-r rvkAV LW llft> rVftiilft.fwaa> a^aWffAa^a^aA * \ *^* -s a k^M^ 

" ' 

iteof K on 

' 
t . . \ i . 

Sat on FfV 

vt the rff. 

. ; , ' ' ' ' : ' . ' : ' 

. ' I'" , '.:; . -. -. | ., 

ie t aba*- pOfer ooUa^ Uaat ap#* 

r.; oarry. SkHflasr Md eoemeTTidi tL* to ated lka -*|- 
; IIKHI^I ftoaHy all tt>e mal 

ar. 



law tbc 

ich led to OV prr-rl rr- 



MI. SEOtJS, 



'. Reel of a deep, tiK-ni, indignant 

aenhi 

.ncens regret, 

! ;.nRsas * *! i.iaiufis'rd (,1, (hat M Sftaim 

aim opposed i .,m't ui Mr. 



HI free 






nrl, M f MN1 <" niv' lf \ whilst nctlmij; is 
: disturb tl. 

ci ins shall be pasted over, v 

,s to be calm, anil avoid 

.. 

rrv - | q'H stion of interest had 

w n 'illy discus* 

Mnrsl.nll hd 

appen-<l in tin debxtr, as lo die b.tsis of representation 
'. u.-ttc ami house. IH are of great Imp/li 

the capacious paper* '-' 

there i - Randolp! 

fatttnat' .lilc Iruiirwtion ot all the lub< 

OsWentlon" but ' hope tliat 

jotira wttbc irposr and tlmt a 

parties may be to* tenacious ci their opinions. It u<>- 
thing shall be done, a bad feeling will grow up and be cs- 

unhi.ppy effects, in 

ranging parties, as it v ere, in battK nit one 

another each resisting the other in every V 



(J'CoHSELL. We shall be agreeably disappoint- 
rJ if this distinguished individual does ir t yet give ns 

ouble (o his frtcnds as his enemies. Ilia bold 
tuiud appears to ! c v holly untutored in tic 

u sets up his opinions, (like Ciessler'u 
cap), as an infallible standard thutall must submit to, and 
his sense of "orthodoxy" in religious matters, should 
have forbidden tbe emancipuiion ot ins brdlin n, had the 
.;i been measured by his own views ol tln-m. 
Toe inlolU rtnt hare no claim* to toleration, though jus- 

iMtrcy, may yield it, and render to then* uhaltliev 
would refuse uutoJ ^cutk-man too pi 

(.irtum stances al the head of a very numerous bod , 
foot, not uufrtqucnUr exhibits a degree ot vnttity th:>t 
must distress his coadjutors, ^m) unnct t ssnrii; 
tboae in opposition to luiu, through : n of die 

Mrac prejudices that iofluefccc hinm It. \\ 

nd religious liberty, or. .t scale; und, 

in cxerciaing the r^ht ol 'opinion t r , 
cannot reiruio from yielding it to all oihei s. An utudi- 
mtnt to our own oeuons, hns in it no principle that khould 
cause us to drliouuce a liLe ;itucln.. : iiuds oJ 

our fellow ratn, endowed by tl. 
fomnson r<gbU. Is it for Mr. O'vJu: 
4he weeping manner below, iht )iUen<l j*rty in France, 
at the head of which sUnda L > is made 

op of the bone and aincw, the ulnit and the ML 
* great natioo, and conuins v y many of the 

most enlightened nud best men 

linaei more numerous than all the Catholics of 
Ireland' What is the duke of Augoulem 
the ultras aod hejr ot the throne, it pUced by the side ot 
I a&yctte ' \Vhat would be Mr. O'( 
if meaaored by the long tried and faithful services of the 
man ol two generations and two worlds? lie would ap- 
pear like a political ephemera; aud ;. 
ot- 18 millions of ixropli- in France as infid* 
be mm-dcren! \Ve agree with 
tingtl. ->< people ( ! 



beneath the h 
and unto who 
urbon 
v. ithout any of 

- n 



:-uuilicd 

.ury despotisn." but um 1 
t other party "ct ouch" at this i/nt-' 
re n . ...litary \>ov 

redeeming qualities that sol;. 



the ultras c*n 

- 

men as "alavrs, us 

has I >c 

ami advance the ch'< 

II hlStS MH<! 

'. thinks 

.iTnent and eJuinh 
should 

/MII mine and llnne. l!nt \ ih.d this dis- 

D, seeking M>< try tor In: < thren, 

ads his views abroad, eai !,.imc. 

u:id pr< r< ' k>- those d< ' 

are sorry to say, are too 

founts of the dis* 
tu!jtiM-s in that country. An attack ;ude,by 

\ , on the <! I M .1 

Shaw, .; 

1-rooiu, 

hnd phcmg M [>ikc ut hii 

the following oath, on pain ot instunt death to himself 
and all his fam.h : 
vunt in Ins douse to Ltki- otl.i r- tlixt would b( 

^ .HcliMols : 
the police, or disclose any ot tb- or-! 



not.. 
tie did not emnply, t . fji.it id. (Mrisli UM! 

i.> hull-door, 
livel ot his tu- 
niily, tin- I-LV. Mr. B 

The following is the article lh 
remarks: 

In the Dublin Emum? Pnsl of the 3d f)cto!>er, ap- 
pi-:irt-d a Utter accusing the editor of thut journal und Mr. 
U'Conntll of inconsistency , in suppor; n.' !in- Fr< nc-li lib- 
erals and Irish (;*tliolic3 At the same tin... Mr 
n' II '!;!> i letter to tin ) .nin:d in cjut ' 

which he professes hinis .4 radical, but 

disclaims being a liberal. Th. ;.ins, indt ed, 

some strange statements with respect to the French lib- 
erals. 

!s (hesays; 

U.i\enow (for 

, ,r.n into 

I know that 

party well ii is to lil.crt) tiny have 

!i<- iron ho despo- 

tism. They are rnnie n .id\ to croin 

1 the firal gilded mil/;,, irer who will 

M in llicir 00 i ion--tln-n 

< . 1 know the li r 
not desire nn\ < 
ynd once again < inljiumg their hands in the blood ot the 

!u.-se are the pcnuine sentiments of the French 
liberals. Their muck* on tin 

tucks nre g^ross caluinnies, de\oid ot :ui\ lonml 

! ;md exposed \N li. it >! 
' Journal n . I is only 

: imny. llis only eoutri- 
itjcer." 

|CJ**The occasion is apt to give an extract from a late 
Pans paper. Independent of toe hideous s\Miem tliat it 
exposes, it shews uUo that others than the liberals can 

KS." 

e[>cr ot the seals, forced into his last entrcnch- 

Imeuts, lias to dkv published his fsmous cireular, which 
at first he can/fnih :.J contmdicted by mean* 

! v. nidi at Inst he Inn, scif denies 

in the Mft-.ii(fUf t in ill-- most equivocal t-rruH. Uut it 

now seera as if under this minibtry of violence and 

,ir,g, an cftic Imost always amount- 

I ed to a positive confirmation. \' v liv, instead ot printing 

jCitr. ,wal, ihd h" not publish thi 

circi :ced to submit to tin; 





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mdi uno*. it 

er UM In 1 1 !< ill i rtvHc 

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itiaa. Tbe peatJr of U jUS 
t Lr ux tr^i ll* *n 
coou AtMiOM. i tWf 



M 1 I W 10 |tf*- 



wr%iM m hmd. 

.r*ir :...-:> *t rrL TW 
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rj 
. Mt^cU, or foracd, 



vgrr* J* 

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luce* (tut of Jit*. Md 

.iofh 

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I > MISCKLLA.NKm 9, 



draft. The attentive ot>s 

fthii, 

perhaps, it has tarn pr> i 

iaaeft t market in Virginia, rather 

Is at a less nom 

and in carriages, or in boats on an*ls. \\ r have 
long ir.i vfttigale tl> 

st as true as that \ motion to and 

s the orbit* of t il luch great and 

glorious things may be compared with to small << 

S tuh|fct." ' 

N w York. 
asset and refutuip to allow 

n it, was to have accoi. 

thiagt for the growers of rye and makers of whiskey. 
nt average prir' 



-"1 canal will be 

, ii.'. i tfOnf excavation below high witBf* 
^h upland u lOi n rock, and GOO ot 

rn.%t nfihr canal, iiifficieutly wide and 

l.atllr sfup, col. 

at f 168,152 a sum i .,;hi \<>uM 

I ooi ' >s- sustain. i, and 

i o( resself i 

J in %.- .1 u is 

supp h !<rilr\ . that many rcav-lt from foreign 

:rr ihr navi|pition of Ihc sound, to 






manri for flour and com I 
ven 



ir finger i lie de- 

he de- 

New \ vlvania 

idrrable amount and the 

>m ne- 

r. night about 

in Iftidibras. which 



~> Ifud 
lefeats its own purpose and so it should. 



I hr present price of this y ^land is 

said i qual to about fd 22 or $5 3.^ ;, i- l.un- 

s (x*en sold in tln<t country as high as 

$1 88 pcrli'in'! .rethought 

f . p-r hundred 

| 
wretch'-illv ojtpresecd, rtml niucraMy |.n 



rials of ih' 

inalev- 

, (t seems that thirty miles an hour, though 
'.erate rate of 

>n is so I- |>crsons 

>'in:uifeh the 
ied. T 

n, on a steam-excursion, smoothly 
>fa mile and an half in three minutes, 
t must be 
ras not greater than 



oacori 

rnay read fta 

:s pas* 

andfentlfm 

. 

will fr. 

ed as trae; and the 

'.n the ordinary stage-coaches. Who can measure the in 
fluence < -^gs on the state of so 

-.s a great fire at Can. 
e 24th inst. and one -it Hoston ot. 
iast. The loss in the first estimated at $100, Oo 
<rconJ at .: or 30,000. 

Tsre HOBXET. Commodore Ri!gely, n. 

'.Ttained strong "hopes of the safety of the 

IS si>i>k< it at :,nc!, 

the gale, and, although dismas ! any offers ol 

-,$. stance as < .in I, she 

may have proceeded to rk." 

ntisacola paper, ; >m. Ridgely 

i , contains no information relative to this vessel.] 



It is said ihut the Turkish sultan has pro- 
.1 jrt of the indemnity to Russia m thr 
product* of his empire, and especially in a qu:< 

;he proiluce of the mines of Keilmrt, d< posited 
r -.* hich it i Xnths- 

> pounds sterling, somr 
: ?h seven m.' 

i.isond, 

l pay up the ti >' ' Hut 

than 700,000, and that 

,l.ke in a t 

writer in the 
^hl (fall the foreign 

ivc been annually rcqu: irpplv 

nitid .States, at 1, 

lv in the /'? i 'f>ing or 

attuning <>l them, weigh af>out 1 ,571 tons soil; 
pears a greater employment in the amount of nine tons, 
rtingthe calicoes instead o! making them 



at IK 

.; much 

.^e is much in favor of the home- 



But n>:ny of the dye-stuffs, J<c. ned 
istancca lhan 



reference being had to llml of coasting ve- 



printing, 
sels! 

count is not offered as accurnu hut it is sufti- 

ul ptn-pos<-s; and it unfolds 

\\\c mysttrim as to the extent of Hniisli iiiTigntion, about 
which so many have so much wondered. It depends upon 
iimcrce is the agent, not the source, 
of iJntish wealth and power. 



ST. S, vi-i:il 



have 



'irg by the "Pennsylvania and 
iiil compare .1 



, r. es 
other 



r'-holi 



twelve or fourteen steam 
'>us places on 

paascngers and goods; and what w: 

several lnys, fmra various |. 

ginb, is now accomplished, without an effort, in a few the 

hears. I* .. nr K-ri.-r boats will be added ann 

iprmgone, the CWl 

. and another to : 

Baltimore and 



:-, nnd 

i 

mcmorwls he prs-i.tfd hy the com- 



1 l 



e !> :ijipointrd to ; 

- to the U-gislature ol >M, and 



'.hall report 



lependence, on ii, 
-re, and an 



with go 

: tain 
fjr not n*r-Jonr, 



(, toatokJ 

i navigation ot this f:unous pass, 
-I, rr ship-i 

hie repcrt nn the subj*r' '\rvfrf1 thf 



burg. The splendid 1 7?rV,7ue</, Thai the company m>k( application to thr 
-nriia canal commissioners to determine and fix 
.'I Ohio canal shall 

1'eve, Is 
int- ; ^ it!; tlic Ri-cat Ohio canal.] 

ion WA*nivr,To?r, one of M Uic su- 

,ics, died at Philadelphia on the 

f two months, m the 71st year 
| urs t^ken sick while on duty in NewJer- 
t'mislicd the f.usiness of tin- circuit court in that 
.-.t.ilitr. H" died a' the Man- 
snn Il'"i" )u-'< !. hut his family was with fiim. and he 



n may i If these things 









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from M ctjK-r- 

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1500 Ib*. ol u- 



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MMM.bci.mic C<M*MJ, Uirlj P rxr%i' 
pe of brmil <kMh. M Jl bi <* bt tW 

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"TM EAtr BOOM." Th 

N> York Coorir and E 



M u froim the 



<*) Sep. 9. 

b ompliMM hit* roUti of Hw ttocUMWrra. 

.... ,.:...! -. .,- !..-. 

- : : . ,.- , -,. .. L- 

ctfvd I'Ooi my on lock, awl u> Mrfirj too; MwcfM- 

oibcKatf ! 

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bl prope 
to 



,:>;..-. 

^nc ditidn) It r*r. wbdtbc 

oo( no* brc one ^nrttr of UK 






MILES' RE 



5,1829 INTER] 



we receive all the protection we nre fairly < 
\tr the latt tariff. A r 



day see what an 
vanf. 






i ', 



ia pursuance of I heir unani mom n 

. arcoin|>m <>., 
*ad 

- 

to wear a better or m- 

. M-nt, with pleasure, . make 

tpectful acknowledgements to tin- com; 

ly as it would 

hTc Ix-en, if thrir establishment at 
^lories of the U. Slates wen 
: 

branch ot onr industry is m : 
causes wh 

mmf laws were fairly executed, f . 
raerchsndr 
.'ar minimum IT; 
%ool not produced in onr mm. 
ported at a modvrv 
Ira manufactories would imm 

per. I sincerely v ongrcst 

aaay not terminate withn. 1 ;ion of som 

these measures. 

my thanks for the polite rn?nner in v. hich yo<i 
have executed the resoln -n, with 

prat respect, your obci' >.\\. 

8. NIWTOX DrxTtu, 

. jffrj'or trntlc icith. An art : cle fri : 
' ,s<ouri, of Nov. 1, thus notices an arrival from 



' 

I 

rson. or !' 

:nn and 



N 
I I. r tin 

>'t <!tn- i i,|| 1( . 

;!i3 world, lor : .. 
justice.] 



1VI : 
' A Dr. I). < 

lor thr 
i "crnvs c\ 

\\ ce it not 

. 

I soon 
conic, win-it . 

Highway robbery. Tl, -'i ; 1-fi I' 

. : li inst. on .a short 

distance beyond (V 

' 

is about the most i<n\>> ; sort 

, May Inst, Inve ju 3 't lint !.: v.-ar. 

reached their homes in goo<l h- nfeits ol r , of the 

i 
100 per I tion, and \K>!! 

tt $240,000. ligrntim to ttie.iccsl seems t<> prcater 

f.-iniilies i in the last season than ot-r before; six thousund | 
r pub- | were wrtkly passing tl.rouph In<' 
lie, by an ed .at the cor 

nentoi "The pr'n-.rc-M of i 

arefoge and a home among tia. 'IK t :dl (hi- Hm-sn-,), \\- 

a body of M ;>s to ihf l> 

their govern i 

aiand was stationed, and thu<< the prni< ciion - I 
escort was - ihe wliole exti-n? d'cr'. 

Iroin Santa Fe to onr frontier. 



from fiftc'-n to twenty n ., consisting 



1 am pained to add Out Mi - l/mnnc, A 

imerehunt of Frnklin, and lah i 

lot >. L! .: 

dians, aonie dismri 



> :k has iv- 

1 



nbnls and one nien. are ah 



reported I > h:.\v l-cn cut offhy the Indians. 



, h' 

Mr. r,\ 



\V> fjnd th.- following fact stated in the 
New \ rk D ser. 

"It ii already known < 

goese consul 

Miguel by our government. 

the exequatar to thf k*-cn-i 

Rebello, rcprev- 

left thw eountnr, . 

his master. 

has since been <v jme the con sub 1 

explicitly refused: nd 

New York has been off- 

ly respectable commercial houses in this ciy, without 



I 

! i j; llns r, 

H long :. <nc as its advocate*. We well 

/ nl and enlliusiMsm with which lie pur- 
two sir-c- 
one years Of gC an- ! '1 l.:.Vf;,t i 
wives. Tli' ' ry mnn 
I-A'.W.WS shall be h:> r uuh lor the 

(el! at tun. 

' in llli- 
l.o'iis. Ti, 

. Louis is <i:: i.i^l.'-'l ^ I'll this coaf. 
- '1 he rceeipis ot the las; tiv :t | r t 

nm, amour. 






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b*wf *.*, . M u*4. 

UWft AM^S- 
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. 

xin; tit .-I n.. . ! !' r. , M . :. > r. - 
Mint j 

\ 

f.<d 10 MT H 

I Mian, tod bem.;-. 



a hortefa Sussex 

ll,.,,riu, ,:.:.,! 
t horK M ^ <t 



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to the 



to Cir- 

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.,M| r 

vcrtallf 
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Mid IrMb 



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may * 
yornainjr, lAe asrcAanM-! 

elves, that unleis uch . 
srogagrm 

c 1 

JAM 
JOHJ 

. 1829. 

PitUfan 

T. Messrs. Benjamin 



Jtrihur,., 
GKVTtax) 
for the couftdenc 

s* with 

der kirone CODTI, 






insont 

< 




>, are my v 

. 

will no lc;ii|, 
way. 

Pica: ; hanks for ti. 



\\ 1 was 

Rc*9 

tll..l (III 









tort, 1 should 



all bound to s 

iigs, by 

.lion tu 
culled. Ji the preMMit wus BJ 



Ck US 



. 

; . let the 



k would be obey e< 
cost I 

of opiuioti th 

to decide between the public I 
and my let-hug can be confided , 

nant at u.. 

proacbbg, and I will nut *> tl. 
ground : 

to am ,:ies n>e 

appeal to the patriotism arid good se 






ill. in ;si, 



without aiLiag of me a hai.riti.-e *>. ',<_ liuly 

pauili-'. .7 did out i 

But, admitting ti. .ing and 

lc luive been so kind as to express in 
lean tint w 

icumuncc ..oner 



nudn. 
Koi; i 



i.'aliuiiin, K: Vk in. II. i, 

Arthurs, 

. 

lllf !: 

"In i 
most ' rs aud 















tlktt nj tuoue tliould 
urreme aeerot 

>t a feeling little cuii.- the i.o- 



nor, thejuitice, the pel 
tnr, a with the gruiua c 
H>O. Metiwbote 
an iropotmg Hal 
unworthy of {ublc 
coramuntt), the merob 
Ages ha* BUI-* .1 1 -I the . 
rants; and W|IM 
tUe wildest exce^ 
vengeance, and or regal 
is about to 
t;on thf proscn,'- 
rom publi- 









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no ll.i'l 

: bf^aslcd.- 

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br door K""< 



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apfiaa, ataavaiaf ta> 0M pr*ttt*OM of la/r aMatt- 

MbWttt* 

, 
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owt* of the UMMd ;*. OT MC 




of 



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n^.d.rv ml+mt TW 

>.unmofdMi;iud 

.jtaarbvdiaiMMMT 

. 

n IKK Jrt( and il*i 

..i^Mrfr,! to< . (ot _ > ; f ;'>' -j ^ <;~x 

|i 1MM *! '".. ' (Mi " ' '/.r^r*-. ".?JLV 

ol vCZ Mr IU, . .M K r>J M ib. limr of lW 
IMK Wl* 

rd 1. 010 . 

'&ptr words rrr not MMMMJ lorranW 
jndfMi ! lira; but, by aiikinf the nccution rtUu p 



'^TWttbi MS7>d|HMl VM f">< f '*f > 
*A Midi, %Ml>ptrd Md A 



Mien, %ad"ptrd wf dc*d by tkr 
. of | be (*TOCrM M Of I7W; MH! b*t. M MV 
tbe curt hnd tbr po-r la m*k- part of law 
pCMUaff| *ajd wat QM aa^pi vbivli aa> feffwaaaa lar 



in rr ... Hunt *'. *i .V -.cc -4 (Ul 
4 



4|iia< laat part of la* kiv of lar tfau. by V L.bad 

a\T* tt^^alial Aatta^aa* tn la* aHftljl Maaa^a* aw^aff arbm at ama M i 

a^a^BK'aH 



. 



Ur. 

. lut. br >]. i.jru.l 



.....,.--. 



no other M U rord 10. lar 
. m.mff the bad* u. wbirb the nccuinn a be 

>uUqat dUy UM aMaatl fcr tSe ahaiaT nlao 
'iiirndcd that at coomoa b* jodgwmt l-o 
I bads IKH oajy from the time it n gttra. Uu. by 
a of) from tl. of tbo terai > vba 

br. and nutu^r i>( ancictit ulbf d ) 

o- of 'rtn yin.. 



tabaaaal. 



>^* !> j ^ i 

Tl.f uucM H > n . iJ.rrrl, ,T. ariMii.. |,-r (hr .1- U .. ' '- 




ate of ll.eeouru of the 
f-o, 



Thcr.%. -., , Ij ,r^u,,! m, (I,,- If,", v. ! I' ,. 

i~.bj Mr- , lhc j-rtol 

the DfauntdT. Md on th pwt oi tht defendant by MCMTV 

,ed oo bHuUf of the d^codaot. that **. 



UuTborw 



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acr 



of ib 



I- .ll 

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:r of eongnrM tu mk the judgment o 

(jovtr bad! delivned to la* clerk 
bar. 



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MM! I7W, cmifrr-M 

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V n!- ,-. 













la it* dairiM oourt of the UH48>M Ur tW . 

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234 MI.K-' KKl.ISi 



MIC. M0( 



the suit of the postmaster general against Joh-. 

,.^, ,,.. ofth' ....,;... ,.\ !{.,-! , : ,: ')', >.- -.;,: .. M I hi- 



ihia, was yestenli 

l*i-l< WIT* 



lin Nnd lirnt< t.f 

, mil' 

' 



rrnrral, I 






not appear, 
. rr tlian 

i at, ac- 



ly vith'Hit dMBwvh) or embarraist 

!, and the bond remained m th" 
hands of Mr. Bach- 

time, was repeatedly required to n-mrn the 
*:iys on the condition of 

Amhfclng the additional li as the 1* 

5bly necessary. 

peared also from the account i -he de- 

partment and Mr. Bachr. > the lormer, that 

at the ilatr ot ti.e new ! to the 

department a balance of 26,'J-i'J dollars, ah. 

loisaed, and for tin leeoftiy of whiti .as insti- 

ll also anpe - of the 

new bond, Mr. Raehe <.-< ' seter- 

al tiiniisaml dollars inoi ..mount of postages 

which accrued or bcc:in. ..., how- 

ever, the-balances. 

ter the date of the new bond, were :^ ..te post- 

master of this '0 to 29,000 dollar?; 

and that he was consequently a continuous defaulter tin- 
whole time, except when, ( Hpnropriiitit 

quarter to the payment nt ihe balance agn 
for the antecedent qu:uier, he was occtio...< 
towards the end of the second quart* 
ltdwat what was due from him the preceding quarter. 

I these facts, the counsel for the defendant con 
tended, first, that Uir acceptance ot the new bond ly the 
postmaster general was essentially necessary to render it 
valid; and that u I -t from the rejurn of the 

bond, and from a! 

master fcenei epl it as it was sent 

on to him, and it ;.< ' being legally r. 
alter, substitute, or add to it, m of id' 

the parties, the instrument was ' iiey con- 

in the second place, that even it the ! 
teen accepted, and could "i as tahd, . 

lies were released under an act of congress, \ 
that if the postmaster general shall tail to institute sui 
tor two years. 

xrmot there* p se two 

->mts led to -A ducussion of a variety ol incidcnla 
ones, all of which had a material bearing upon 
the 



II 

' 


itizcns, r' :.t ific^tion 

.ire. 

ft has a 1 way. * .i|i; , >( o r 

hsoliit- 1 'it, for 

n<! show, whk-li run ' with 

hut win, :s tcn- 

,1 a sc- 
'D pi-oduce a 
: public 



Judge J/ofilcinton yesterday morning 
charge to the jury , giving at large his views of the law am 

The jury retired a little before two o'clu 
m a few minutes returned into court -with a verdict Jo 
the defendant. 

, the district attorney of the United States 
conducted the cause for the plaintiff; and ./ 
Jotuih Randc.ll, esquires, were the councel lor the de 
tendr t 



i, at present, from anv remarks upon thi 
ca us and interesting rate. Suffice it loaay, 
de idant is indebted for Ihe salvation ot I 
hh ^eli : -nd ho\eless nun, to the intrinsic jus- 

tke and equity of h s c . the peculiar Zealand ahili 
MS counsel, and to the inteklipf-nec and manly inde 
penitence of a jury of his peer*. 



nru> in t!m public 
carlcssi 

he mil''. 

i r?t and in^ 
,.tiblie; lull 

ion arisii . >, t and cunf.< 

it ofacial duties sli-".. 
tst reward. 

The SHmepi 
7iV cour c tlii 
x'allt ii 

: nd it, in 
I 
an h'imbh 1 .nsti uv.cnt in the hands of :m all b 

1'ice in some mew- rests of 

he state or the prosper. ty and i 
i shall have attained the summit nt 
wishes. 

The members of the troop will. 1 i ', read- 

th l!i 

!,v tl,rin uonlil 
I c,i t.-.'l.n^ 1 , :.:,d th:t 

to co i 

t!anks 
isions - 



ily excuse my ir>t,- 
[ assurr i 
not act 
1 am eo 



' Pi 

fnr th,. I 

tmn, in i myself as a neigh 

regard as well to yourselves as to the mcmbei 

,.oin you represent 
> be, 

'i sentiments of profound res 
Your ob'L 

.}/. Porter, captain, 

, Istiitutcnant. 



MK 



A.DDR& 

' prenulunt of the council of 
credential iritrr, at 
'.ft- plenipotentiary of 

J>ia. 



M . .' 
go*. 

' i trident: Permit me, on this occasion, to assure 
'.In- member* of the c.,. 
.- performance ol 

.IKS with 

aalisfactonly: which distrust i ' br the 

fact of my succeeding the A 



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<-lll 

IMS D^t'll KMfC4C0O* *T OPVfepHMIoN^ MBHl Of 1 

cooncil, !.. now tlceo o lb iluii, poke ibe mm* Un- 
Hir . n ' I *<* l d * (be tene of UK mve to to*r 

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> ontUcntfoii of UK people far 




Ua-.^n of 

spokra prcttr rot^fc t 



Nil- !'!.< 182 



long ago. The concluding paragraph^.; 

howerer, hnve much force, and the (acts slated cannot be 

i "as KKUIRTCM. ] 
there are seasons ol -I; 
bamMsi .ITS ol crops- ol 




fairs ar 

in* n Miuil thrnvUii, lo en 

frinuls i f .'t.lii ...! . : h.. M, MMl bttii -n happiiit ^ 
rann| for the "small itill 

.irrasainriil prevail to Uie south, the 
( he great Ma- 
hal section ol he cow n 1 

successes ol the KussiMiii 

agamt the Turks. It may bo as surely traced to over 
v tion as nnjr effect was ever irarrd to its cause. 

ions in 

Hut as hundreds ot ; 

eoosi)rr myself as 
: ore. 

f so raanr manufacturing establish- 
ment* l thousands and 

it parts of i!< 
' - 

uinous policy, 
markets against our 
flour, reduced terming to a low ebb, as nuy be sr 

: 

The export otflom i 1818 arer- 

*&(\ $14.- 

i age of 1819, 20 and 21, was 5,1 

ily sold 

5,01)0,000 barrels, making pro 
batiy . 



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j' 



., tltat ullhougb the cons 
Burope, greatly men as- 



Farnifc 
:> lo the 
basin of occuual 

ry a i 

; ' -on greatly outran con 

Hun was i. ' in the :i. v 

the second beyond 
that 01 i 

'. mdt 80,508,270 Ibs. > <<?| OR1 -, f) 

.uds 7,4SV77. r J?W#MW 

' 161,.". ., <on 

s f 2 . 445 . 520 

Export in / Uplands 7 j , , . 

i.di 15,140,798 JfWtIW,9- 

aggregate expert of both kinds vat 

K>erp nearly doubled from 1819 ft 1823, tlu: proceed* weie 

reduced and while from 1819 lo 18'28 th 

ix-ased only 

(-! ' 

i ' tie a rnei . 

vftopersue tbe government as the CMUM: of their sir 
and thrc.,: , 4 separation for e%ils the result of u 
-.. pertJoacMMisly Mippoi 

RAM1L1 
.\Vtvm^tTy, 



Ont ; 
predec* 

g-ina |. iik it is to make 

ment* t and who * (.rnploj six l<ttle horsts 

od two large negroes, to rot! one boghead of tobacco lo 



market, 

+ 

' ! those w!r 
S rtoise nmy but MI: \ 


! ol the Frank! 

r,|_ 

. ' 

setts. \ 

* . tried 
- 

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. '. 
so cal- 

increasi 

ol iht- sheet, (iusU 
pup< r), Ir HII whii I, 

the sheet f<> 
1 .11 itn ;.!.. 
//rrwinjr roller, (* 
chines. n this rollt-i 

'itust be gr.i 
dimcosidtis ot 


forming roll? counteracting hoiizin' . 

:c!ji>ai(l, uii'! 
li:tnd-box puper. " 

Thrre nn- eifjht Hunts on the horizontal whui 

the WK- 

i 'he opinion ol a disin' 

and [H 

on tilt : machine so const rtn ; J. !i u. .1 

all the disadvantages that hav ,<led the 

hut that an u- !c stronger and better than tlu- 

U would furnish, when ca: 

- l way, bv 1, -ml. VVr 

think th.'l ^e never saw si '"<: tanne 

I, n in the be sp. 

i 

-paper, lo. -..-s, u com- 

pletely orcrcome. 

" I III'. MK< -ilAMCAl. A- 

Government contractfor convruing tite mail by tleaw 
coac/M, in Ire I . 

IVC MI" r. -I into .1 eontr- 
.. rsi.i,, hy which h k.s to conrey 

i Ireland at the rate ot 


ry two M ' ' l l |( -' coachman 

l 

li.il srld'.IV 

ii it was constructed; I 
mMance { 

|.OSl Of- 



,de by him 


may save by adopting his > 8 lamea* 

.?ns!jy earning the m: 

?hr prc-hCiit month. The rt*d is level 
listance not more than nine or ten 
rofles. 

It is difficult lu conjecture what effects will f> produ- 
ecd by i -;mn tor the purposes ol land 

Icrnand for draught horscu must of course 









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(0 thr kfTo 

nrtrl>tu, I- !, li ,-!.>, ,:,.,, | :... 
f knp ol M p*rtKlar ouo*inte4too, M were *! to |M 
brt-n Mi.t tnm Ki^lii..li.i ,^.U.io .! BptlM ttttl Ml 

files M f|n :. 

. in AmrriM. bMtr U ciw ol our 

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tl on tbc atiorrt of the 
manor ol i*rrat 



irm watrni but 4 d^ Ml nttmr t* hm IBM fhcw 
draw nilllooft of IOM aArr ihr. rf rr s ,*^ ,1, awf , 
thr boat* uard for UMmmriaUia, 

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4 a noum** that ki no, .n r s .n- <m the ladl 
nay alati aaotc <Milkr v j^cofavlNMaM 

bora* povr n m*l| aW HI h- u 1 I Km- are 
.MC oT ihr por of two hot,irrti koncs aate Mat. 

W do MM lht tU oo%l n Hnt-.r- 

m*aC*uirr. It itbrovflii lmlirr-r.il tacplafa) 

.odtnaamallMaMn rcr*aaM 

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iu>-rr hit f.mn^n t ..n rwn d, >% lo tW 
of aoaMBOQMm rVat m |iw*t < 



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/> ; 
hare long i 

the CJMI s. be ' e!.' ' 



from 

it-jil u.idi i -t-.il- -i"^. * . 






tion !.! 

. .Hi tin 
ed, come (o a concl 












cuh 



a rvi 

>itl 
tcnn 
it m 



, .irtwular )u<!gm< 
ollhov 

. 11 ' that 

barccuii iscll Iron) 'MS.^icial trust, 

onsti 1 no lest 

) \ ,i tion of suUordinatioo, that 

' ' - I' - ri ' '' '"'' 'i> > <""' d< - 



bctit of J(-i 

. 



icUUkeftt) irretidible degree of moral :< 

tlieiriwktmirXCCiitL.il:,!,!- t. :,..i ' 

ilection, 
tlw Opportunity !..!!. >, we are kit 

s, how- 

that he who has so nuuly siTTetl lti country, auJ ctitorc- 
edobeil.vnce, will not lorget that it is his duty to prac- 
tice n. 

We are fetored with a copv of the following corrcs- 
pondtn. I ill be found specially iiiieiett.ng to 

. 

*ill rc- 

who l*s i" lung grac 

lie, 11 u ti!' ,t^'i;.j.iv 6r?fecof 'Wl country 

NVe uri.Ul-UwdlhatR.-i. 

tT accorduizto the niktructioi. of war: 

\ttichmondfinquirer. 

') 

1829. 

SIB: i have see; 
August last, v M!C Gist and 

f;uaniir 

' 

iravcrniuent dou < 

Copied ng 
the universal ad%tc 
bent ou tne tu S.UT 

,>, .y ;tii : ... 
dcaiiion of the rn 

kC lender of roy rxignat 
parttneot. 

I aliuatk lentc to surr- roainder of the fur- 

, , 

-, *od to reiort mjsel; 
ke, 

TJic hon.J.Jf. F.uteii, -nr. .'</ r- 

Sin:Your leti 






take pleasure 

ment much s^ 

yot ha^ 

do you t 

<M! by TOM. tinnn this subject, arc rot t reflcc* 









!..ul the 



Mitinnt. 
inMKinding general 

ntv. 4. 

* i ON, 
To major general Wu 

-ness of a friend we are eiablrd to 

[iiiblitti ' ''-s tlift ijuet* 

nun ot i. -itt: 



Ht. M 
west* 
lit. M. 

Ht. M 



general (iaincs will assume command of the 

i will assume commaml of tlir 

iwill continue in the inspeC' 

i"[ort ilii-r.'ol to the gcmral in chief, lor 



JMB, major general com- 

R. .1 gen. 

,tli (hr 

i IIMI aksutned the com- 
mand ot the cable ">y. 

..'. .Imer. 

IC^U e ctijiy these articivs in tlie order am! 
in which originally published; 

We sometime since heard much about the "illegal sus- 
pension o! gen. Scott," though the pi 

! b) hoth boutesof coogreas, am! rc no^ 
i: and both grtirl 
liavi: \)i >' li'r.i. ' 

ulwuys ITIJI !' : UH- Maud that he 

took hut pkased t loihtarancr with which 

-ted hirt, 



ARMY OF '! i MES. 

from the 1 1 at king ton Ttl^niph. 
ORD: 

utant veneraft 

h. n if ton, 1 
j At a j,ener*! 

tlie state of 
f order; 
<ung Iroin ii 

,.un the undcrmcn- 

CHAIK.f. I. 

/ ordert." 

>lK. \n\ .tenant, 

tent I'. S. infantry, 

; n iho 7th of 

n :invst, when 

-.0 t>do bv ") (no\r 

.jor) 11. 1J. Hyde, of i! 

sir, I vill iHJt obey your 

- ; . 

;! ! ,. ( i.'.iual Towaoo, (A. T.)0n thu-Jlstof 

itacion l>y Ins com- 

; office, capi . ' Hyde, 

7th i-fgimri .i.try. 

CHAW 

..In ihis: 1'h:.t h", th- said lieutenant 
i.itantry, 

Dt Towfcon, (A. T.) on the 7th of 
1828, refuse to consider himsi-It in arrest, when 







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Guilty ol ibc ll ohftTfe. 
CcottfA. - 

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ibot it 



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iMMyftM 

ty-It oofttft |*MM! I>M ihu of kxmp ot I i4 orotft, for 
ofl 



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tun '. 



rou^t^. 1 uird oar nt. 

> a14e tufiertor Orw ihort made of k, ad 
t MIC grr(r*t rtpoMirr, *r much more ifiiffttoi 



M -. ! , MM NY. > .. , .- 

.,.: 



ri.:-ut ifi.- ic'M*-d Ii- 'iiT.it r \\ N 

I^K- rtn> di II, i - .'. 

aod artwtrt ul wr, ibc major fcnerml commaodiac the 



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ihorny lb*t u bo , 

tbC ll ir l>. |. . K .If 1 .i. 

: nei.o|.to, 



lajht aailt, it uuy potoagly prowr aaperior 10 ortiftojt 



.. tApprMd tlut MttM COoi^c I.M M* Trt 

r, .moot or r,. 
o, K to Mrl npoiiop IkM k to Mdl OMW ttoMtrf 

Sued I MM w.. iukr, urtil rmtlrajM. j^<S, 






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to which it 



hich it may fee >ioao < ii 
Matoo, 



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'r^o< ufao mtraelKW. 

t Uut> o< 

. .raj na clawi nothing of rfllcteocy. If 
0|iUmiu)> ;.r .1. .-.. r-.fl n.t- to .. oi, r| . 
fcmiMlHohitC^.n. ^ 
ifcrow off the reiptct due from 
oAccr* a!> . 



. 
. ban. to the oe 



it rrdr o( 



Kitty office in t' 
Ay OMMMmff 



irr 



i . 

ofWoTI 



r IftftlpU )uo Uar ar4 r 
lobe.b. 

ft 10 *j atreoajtb, 4ot 

* oxtr* rop,. lor 



Mil pftrto of tlx HQ^HJ Md o 

-i m ,>- ft-MJooot attiat^kaW IrWrA aV^ Jt n i -* if ft^BiMBiaoHOHrfi 

>. 

pi Sl l.p, MM -.- -. f,jjm 
Jt nwi a**** JML& a 






lajftj :.. t- :,r 
4. The' tendency ol aucli -. 
oold be to uniuamo orcry thjof of rtgvlai 

ivcttnitajp ami judpiirat of the court arc ap- 

iOB 
- 

1 Sutr. Ahotncl of the MC ajtedoiin of rtM rmwae of < .re*< 

f Urjam. m the year* aod M Mrter* eo^rd M tW lOUi of 

1SVM, MHllhe IOdO.LtM 
it<rf mfcintnr. <ooctoeTtlf cca' toWorforc* 



in. , M)>. 



Customs 

Kxrise 
Stamps 
Pott office 
Taxes 

Total 

1 


is.'s. 


d Oct. 10. 
1829. 


rreatf. 




CTfCtf. 



1 7,905, 97S 



15,9*1,** 

1,396.000 

4,905, Mrt 
600. Ui 


J. 
129,374 





47,819.101 


4:.r: Ml 


BfS,47J 


352,473 

iv--, ]\>> 


ct increase 
[Verras* on the year 


- 


Cunoms 

Tax** 

MiscrlUn.eooj, 

Toul 
loc 


Quartfrt* 




In- 

creuif. 


Uc- 


lIM9tt 

101,950 



5.o-j8,r,*r, 
5,261,137 

358,0-H) 



363,724 

42,028 

34,328 
78,030 


JL 
444J.162 
8,000 


I>,,lu.t 
IT.HC (in tli 


13.083,877 

Mccreav 
r fjutrtcr 


518 104 


454,16'.; 


154*1* 





r,i(f<nij i, 
'iigh we have given some details oi tin- st.tiitics 

, ire on former occasions. 

oar reader* not to withhold further elucidations oi so 
engrossing a subject, at a period when it must be pecu- 
liarly desirable to them to possess data of M con 
authentic character. And such, ue can assure ih- m. u 
the nxture ot v.ion which we now proceed to 

ranire of Russia takes pn-cedtnce of every other 
nation of Europe, as regards its extent nd (> 



itic 

Mi 



' , and 

< total 

i 

' <X>. 

than 
,'HXt mi 1 siablishnu nl Ins ol lute been con- 

The " - <!<>. ; not pri'Rrnt ithuvc 1,84* 

us, 1.210 MI 

: 
- 

' 

Sfi.cxKi, i Kamn, 50,<KX>iAilrachan, 

36,000jand likutik. JO.UOO. 

THK m>r PALL OF THE i i M>. 

From i 

In order t > appreciate -A: ,ve cre- 

(1:1 ol the divers governments v. 
at the two epo. li-. oi 1M 

progressive and relrogadc steps which tlieke credits have 
made dunm; '; M-.r. 1 ., :nd this is not a very ar- 

duous anH difl . 

nt is daily mnnifestrd And 

raeaanred npontite chanj*: ot all c-nn;..' it .1 1 1 iw us; and 
for ibis puqose not' 
lect the scattr- i, anil | n ,m Mu-ir juxta ; 

bleu. Their basi* >!Ie. 

Ihavr <i,l.rn l\ ,,cb and 

foreign journals ofall p.rtu-s without distinrtion, that in- 
|inc-s ot stocks 

uicl Hn-lm. by which thrir correctness maybe 
ascertained, nnd call them 
A 9CAU5 OF PUBLIC CIIEWT OF 1 
MRN 

1. Constitutional an dmonart Ideal Forvirr 



The nurntw rs ot ihe motTey race by which 


government*. tiricet. 
Kni'land 5 per cent 8.5 to 00 1' 


whom the following is a classification nati<>is. 
lavonbns 54,O grades. 
''.iilan^rs 3 t (K.Ol>0 11 
o s< 4) OUO 10 


4 ditto 7-2 75 ditto 
3$ d.ttu 00 100 
3 ditto 50 G'J SS 
Prance. . . 3 il. 1 ' TQ lo7 110 


4. Caucasians >,000 6 
5 (itnrans 500000 2 


3 > OS 80 82 
1 ditto '36 40 58 60 


ft Mnninlian , Mind 


Hrazil -8 60 


7 Kvjuimaux 90,000 7 
8. Samojeds 70000 14 


'ure monarchies. 


9. M-Misuri 65 000 3 


Russia ~> 75 


> 3 
M. Kamtshadales 12,OOO 3 
12 Unknown origin 1000000 14 


Prussia 
Naples. djtto (-5 70 
Sicily ' > 70 




Denm:>: 08 70 


bemgv 
In respect of the religious creeds professed by this par- 
ty-colored n.i.Itiinde, it Llls under the subsequent heads, 
according to an estimate made two years ago: 
Greeks 
6,0*. i KM) Keforme.1 < V.; 
uns 79,UL0 
Lotberaiis 2,0 mhnthers 10,000 
Sbansaoeae mtes 6 OCX 


. 
r.)..5 ditto 42 45 48 52 
>lulionary 
gwcrnntfnl*. 
The I 

f," 117 
MO 83 
Cs. 6 ditto 75 80 10 21 


600 000 I 3 000 


75 80 18 20 


population ' 


15 16 


i :(h poaacasJons/ which in 1827 cnn\ n 


75 80 




70 75 6 10 


>f Great H- 
States of Europe, it is Mri-d-.' 
>nfrrior even to Norway knd Swedvi; 
popul 
In fiiMMtuI respects, the following present gc 
' V27: 

,484,99') 


tltS. 101 In 1 

". . 61 rick* 
re worth 1 1 



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far**"* by M.-M* MockiM k *akrt.'i the thort 



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' 

tfeO ** pOpfcft HI U'lflfOOC*"! !! I.*.-. . i - 

hor* tod . .martrr. nd rt 
rairM4or fer err> 105 the n-a>l on (he |rr*t m.il rowto. 

SM^kTn^hTAtlMMil fMtsfr iMi MIO s'l'oV-' 
IHM^ V99 Ol d^^MV | MM I lift I wC wMO^CNVli Qw9w M*W 

Km*), m UK ,.-. 



crk-finf ^c.p*o|i 

.-, -,-v w.. rr*itcd m PUddel|>h hi nine 

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(r J, tftw voM lute hero tMtlrtl tu 
v nMMO t4 but up lo (be ^Ut ult. no 
ol Ur Ud r^MlMd tbM |ilMr. 



lhv 

honor of the K la 
id thM ilw -de 

.t "Hr^oomxfan 
. . j . > it ' 
knowtedjgn| no wtlwr Unw the 




B. Rn, rq. nnXoc in eoMf^M lrt>m 
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. wlMtbe art. ' 1 1. *M 

of AM ulmu. .nd bi|hl cMMmeU by 



HAIL KoBBKaiU. Abonl ihrcc o'clock Oft 
Su...u... r,..,.;;^ Lh K 4r* I' r v, i. ,-.,;,.,,.- 

JK--I A! (he coiorr of (he Ridfv ro*.l - 
rr'.Uuc. .bout two m. 
armed mm. There were ten |MMenfer 
who v,-,.- ordered out one hjr one, dr.! with (heir ova 
. bj (he rulflM'i. >n.l Dun robbed of iheir 
MM! vnchcu The null baft were cut open 
a oat, 



tbemoM valuable pon.cu.ol -I,*-, 
If. and theremawder eafrr d ilo,, K the 
lf|iin. home of the Utter* sod ||rr ha* been re- 

tumo! UN '' : . ' ' ;. >t DAW 

ire believed lo br 

I ^l^ l ^k' .1! 

\.. t\ 

rmlpojtoAM, 

I of S- dollar* for (he > r prehMion 
n of one or erthrr of them. 

<*te < Ute*lUt (he Uap 



eked on 1 
^JuTte&r^^^ ' ''. 



idjnuiuii from the rod. where it VM 

OM gentlemen who went in pwrtuit of the 
raboer*. 1 ler WM a large hole o*t b the leather hnf f 
th p^k.. 



lanuary next u i 



The trwi*porutioo of the mail in 

us M,C ( V.W.,!O, : ,.:N..SI 
^Hx^^iofthemaU, . 
t, and on hoiattnttk, Doaot* to about 



. - . 



. , . : 



in lh (OMU ml 









b" it u*rd about nrA/j tMne*. and "Mi^matii* wry 



1 . . 

;!...!.!, Ml- . . . 

iellirneer tt ofthelm*. They tli Janr illliiil am, 

ol about tliirtvt.a%trach (oul trfionedtoWdrkot 

t lc preeJM number, lor w vouot rd (hew ? OOMAMB* 
omc nUe. the word -devoerat " - 



'-.'.. 

M|MMV wid ni if ojwnjaed loilr . Bwolaanon. tW nMflaWr 

... 

t u " 

I 

"I !,r 

:,..: ; -.:, 



of mjrstiindc . How' eocud tke tMffr 

w o 

WmWf^ 




If. 



i, ' *. * 



Ml.: LSTER DEC. 12, IS:'.;-MI>( KLLANKnl s. 



liare not seen an account of the proceedings of 
tke other party nor are w* a party to ekh< 
meetings; but ihr tlrinlriitf o/ tno kutulrcti u>. 
toatu at one ntun^ is a cin u in stance that ought to be 

I u>, as the nrplit* ultra of things of the sort. 

KBW YOBK. A Vurora, 

speaking of education, sa% "The state of N. York, Mt- 
atgfc belief that knowledge is power, now takes 
in the great and important concern of educatii. 
population. 

thousand, but in 1828 no 
Jess tl..n.if,s.^', . . hn chil.im attended hei common 

,h were noder the supcnrUioo of I- 
thousand *ch( ol Aacrs,andl : ill support of which the 
Wi of 568^86 dollars * '. all hiv.h is inde- 

:,.ge, academies- 

school , ami it i no exaggeration to say, that viiluo ih.-.t 
u sand children from 4 to 1 6 yeftrtol 
ace, are stow rceeirts>c 'e of 

M*aBlkMS of dollars, Ki>d I .11 w nturc to assert thst no 
mn% ' m tfajn b t,|r .-I- a more c 

|i t> Mi interest than this sum itm . i! m knowledge and 

XlM 

i canals are ^ hut her ezcel- 

l.c schools are infinitely gre:- 
are the brightest diamonds in her escutcheon." 

FISASCW 09 GSORCIA. The unnu.il treasury report 
was submitted to the legislature on the 7th uiimo. The 
receipt* lor the year end ing 31st October, 1829, were, 
271 611 08 the amount remaining in the treasury on 
1st NOT. 1828, was $631,529 36 making a total of 

,140 44. The expenditures of the last political year, 
admg $517,088 46, paid to the Central Bank), were 
,06394. Remaining in the trer. : ."76 50. 

appropriation* for county academies amounted to 
$14,302 44 poor school fund, $742 58. 

COMMERCE or FRAXCE. The number of vessels clear- 
ed at all the principal ports of Prance for the first nine 
months of 1829, was 776 same months of 1828, 724 
1827,004, Arrivals in 1820, 1,139 do. Ib.'S, 
-7,993. Quantities of various merchandize 
imported during the first nine months of the current and 
two preceding years: 
AsaV\ 



1828 109.800 193,893 
1897 98,200 123,883 

U. Balti 





16,813 43,483 



21,532 
17,905 
25,380 12,705 44,683 114,668 

Balet Total Jlthet Cocoa 
S. cotton. Brazil do. h'^ .'"tt.other tortt. cask*, bag*. 
K)7 209667 13,'JIO 15,543 16,369 
'1888 121,797 11,620 180,435 29,200 11.9O4 33,582 
18C7 136,240 18,023 238,807 62,423 12,013 30,790 

Tea Tobacco ','pcr Indigo 

boxes. Hhdt. ten. Jim. hurt, cut hit. c croons. 

1839 10,179 858 : .iC 6,453 2,167 

1838 8.260 2,1*3 i 17 7,650 2,050 

1837 13,841 5,075 7,455 35,985 5,355 1,607 

Dcnu ox coax. The fluctuation* in the amount ut 
the duty on loreigo wheat during the last twelve months, 
hare been very extraordinary. The duty has 'been a* 

* 



low as Is pt i- quarter, and as high as 26s *8d w ithin that 
time. The following table of these fluctuations is inter- 
estiog and carious: 






a. d. 






s. 




16 


week's duty at 




6 weeks 


n 


21 




1 


ditto 








2O 




1 


ditto 




ditto 


it 


22 




I 


ditto " 


10 


ditto " 


24 




10 


ditto " 


13 


ditto 


1 1 


25 




.', 


ditto 


16 


ditto " 


26 


3 


- 


dino " 


18 


yfil 





receding lor reference to show the 
forced, or artificial state of thing* in "FRKK TRADE'' 



U i-st.iM mlied 
" .; !'.; i' .... \< ' .' "!..ti Mr II. H.utuws, through 

WhOSe l-f \: Inmsrll ( . 

Borrow for Cunlmgena, and thence will proce* 

nama; an>l th:.i, in i In- course ol the : i-nsuin;.; 

o ental.hsh monthly p:.. nua and 

l'.n.:,n;:i \\ l,< i, ll 

day*. [JVSfw To)/. 

c lo the public. A regular monlhlj 

ow csUblikhn! Irom (his cily to J'dmima, in ihe 
..1 I. -HITS post paid, directed 

pence; I > ill be scnl'by tli 

, -,n:,iil to tluir *U f)tmu;i 

Vosel*, by touching (.H'll.c poi t .! P.-msmn, virhoul 
expense, cu be certuni oi H, 
York in about thirty d^> s, an. 

U will 

ud scaling v(&s-U to be- 
come acquainted with this int( i tors are 
requested to give publicity to ihe ... 

\S K. HI KliOWS. 
JNVw York, November, 1829. 

M MINISTERS. Since the restoration in 1815, 

thru nave I 

7 mmisU r oi jus 

8 ministers of ihe interior 

8 minitterb ol finance 

9 ministers ol foreign uffairfc 
1 1 in in i -.UTS of war, 

'J ministers of ihe marine. 

52 

The names of all which are given in the ttxternent 
before us the most ot wl, ydy lorgoii> 

in France except by t/tote ivho hove h<:ld or hit* 
ces. Many have been the triumphs of th , 
Now, one set was in nil itsglor) ictding on (he treasury, 
:nnl then another, and yet another succeeded! 

In the same time we hnve had 

4 secretaries ol state Messrs. Monroe, Adams, Clay 
and Van Buren. 

4 secretaries of the treasury Messrs. Dallas, Craw- 

ford, Hush and Ingham. 

r'aries of the navy Messrs. Crowninshield, 
Southard and Branch. 

5 secretaries ot war Messrs. Crawford, ( alhoun, 

Harbour, Porter and I . 
3 attorneys general Messrs. Hush, \Virt and Berrien. 

I'J 

(these are the present incumbents, Messrs. Van 
Buren, Ingham, Eaton, Branch and I 

, Mcssts. Monroe, Adams and Calhoun, retired 
from tli' 'its because that the tuo fir 

,! the last vice president of t! 
.tes. 

One, Mr. Crawford, retired because of bad h :.!ih. 
One, Mr. Barbour, resigned on being appointed minis- 

; itain. 

1'wo, Me*rs. Crawford and Hush, wee 
from one department to those regarded a* having higher 
rank. 

Two, Messrs. Dallas and Crowninshield retired of 
iwu wish and 

ily, the present inuimli. nts, were brought into 
office, and all in March laM, because of a change in the 
::iti'in or policy ol the counlrj; and jet ttic pe- 
riod takes in a purl of the administration of Mr. Madi- 
MTS. Monroe and Adams, 
and a p-t; . I il( of g'.-n. Jackson. 

Six offices in France, however, are compared with only 
5 in the i a bnt the changes in the first were 

radical \ only in the appointments of tlie present prt 
dent, in the last. 

PORTUGAL. An attempt to destroy, by poison, the sol- 
t,e 13th regiment, stationed at 



r pofatti * ommwftkaUMilport* t> |n im 1 !* 1 aim* 



245 



bUetei er WIAa*4* . aarf taat 



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BJ. The 



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,:,.! i, -., 



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*U* H.I Ml. i ' * I I v'll 

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I > A I ' -1 1 i [ I . 

Bolif b." by vhic 



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>l \ v\l ii IUCEY. 

tlTi 



l,, 11.,- MM . \ 



: 
t time that they confirm all 

a.:, I \A.: BBJ ,, : !-t . 



Utjalmf, poT, i ti 
tbeiOiHiUi, 

... ....... 

dar of Mold... - .. = .... I tt.c ,- 

... K t. the dmwirtrvtioo of lhoc protm- 

ore tlurabli* baam. and one more* harmony Uh 

:e Mttrretti V > ft ba been, Mid a 

CTMlhctl, ,.*Uf 

loniuilv '* l.iuii.-.l Io7y< .rv h .1 c. >il 

Med fth the' digit. .. theeMof 

,- ' . ,:,,.-.. : . v ; . 
i.l cr,, nn c UBJttl I -. ' 



TH Hmp<xW OT lo atlMlMlcr UM internal gotrtu- 
.c-proviccs> 




.tnn.ou be dioarbttl by oy 
the viAtotMNi oi thoto r^:' 



tcod^c 

!l n.-:iM.t r.tioi.-.:\ t K 

poteted by the Mi|hbormg|ov. 
no way be Uoved lo m- 
; Mini HmWl , ' 
Ibe&oraMtOMmheli 






rxtpcvC 




- 

MoribtfcHftMliftMVitoS 



) l 

Mir the fTn 
may he uuained by thb i 



Mury for dM 
.Mi^ofriBbU. 






I ^^ tWmi % i o* -tjr* I * hjiaim^l In rmM 

t'l.r %'.iblimc pone, a avm e/Ml to the f rartj inbtM ! 
ihe protMKC. With the eieeyuom of tht M^M 

I flwUlC OC pfWWa4 Ot MIV BlaM Maul, MMCT **J pfrtOt 

HlVMi VPMM iaWC BmyOQ f~t- 

ol the boliliffi of the tion imMml 
eofttrriwiMWft, the mhahitoeM< ol the pructntJitix are to 
mof trade lor all the aroli 
od a*d mdairy (aa alytbud by tbr aro- 
i ol the treaty of Aritnaaaai), the mm* a to U 
Ublc lo any other rtatraiM. tioipt aBa\ M the hoaao- 
'h the eontcM of the- dnm**, may ammiJai ae- 



,(, n -. .,i U rfcfctl . A i 

,N.I, |hj I-;' > 






. . . , . 

. AU tote* afcuaied aeataatfoihr 
ibe arc to be ooMhierrd pvt of ih territory 
M, and to the po.nl -here it enters the 
i territory to the point ol confluence vitti the 
aeehanncl o\ 

tuoipaliUrft. 

more arcurely for the more 



be .lk>ed 10 ****** die Dam^c wh OMJraam MK 

.1 m*m .^^ ** -' 

< , i . 

. . - - ... 

',*' 

porpoaa of trane to the other harbon and ports of t*e 
Miblune | 



.,1 ! . M.V 

M 



K 

.t -i 



a'.l ', 






tSaX: 



i by pct>peTfcelf of 

**-- kKAh^MhM IfOiM % 

! IHiBl^l^^ 



y^riy mboir. p.TbJe to the ttv^p-ry far U 
lo W to be *l fn tbe <*J ofH 
of the j ihni^llUn by ihe - 



theapaaeof 



244 Ml.L.V KKt 18, 189 FINANCES OF N. CARO1JN \. 



, the sublime porte, animated bj the with to 

.Mire prosp. 

tipalitiea, binds it (M .1 

ng their oooopauott by the 



of land near 



Kul.-. K l. 



unts 1'lltn i ounlrv , nu lulrc r< i > i*. 
the basis of the internal <* 

provMled alwat that tin ! < any wy in- 

Iringe upon the rights of sovurignty \ou-d in the sub- 
lime portc. 

On this account we, the under* gned plenipotentiaries 

rnperor and padishah of til 
m hiiveoi.i.intl\ w.'.l ' ; . lent ,n- s :.t th< -u!.- 

< in.l fixed i 
HH-e!,n- M' !''.i\ M M \\ '. llw ""' l)t '" * '<">- 

IsasMiinn ol article 5 rj the trraty of peace eonr! 
Adrnnople, between us and the Ottoman plmipolentia- 

Done at Adrianople, 2d (14th) S< 
(Sfcned) Couui 

Count F. N I'AMDI'.N. 

i' v 7 

SCa SABALKANSKY, 

t -cUffofthe 2</ army. 



e> loaned 2.1KK) 00 
r sale ot lands and nc- 

si 60 

>f public tend 
st 



Tai on bank of Ncwhern. I 

< , iYar 5.928 
Dividend on stock, stale bank 
percent, lor 12 mo. 

Cape Fear 

4 per 40 

Newhern 

4 per cent 630 

MMSMSHfeBjH 

Buncome turnpi) 



~- 17, 4(> < '.'7* 



la 1653 the postage of England, Srotl.<n<>, :tn<l I 
v as fan parliament bj John Maul 

; irhnmiin, and received its : 

tioti from Cromw el .1 post office. Three years 

afterwards Charles 11, confirm i 
protector, settled ti Ink.- ol 

lie produce m 1665 being .'!. I 

afterwards this amount was doubled, and it still < 

rease until tint reign of William :md M;r%, 
'. was considerab!\ 1 by the hostile or 

tranquil stale of thr country. Tin- n-i nm-, which du- 
riof the eight years ol war only averaged JL- 
produced in the succeeding four years of peace on an 
average, 82,319 anmixily. A similar effect was expe- 
rienced > of Anne, M hen the ^ 
age was 60,000 and in years of pence about 90,000. 
This disproportion lias be I, and the last years 
of war were those ; post office were the most 
produci union of England with Scotland, in 
1710, a general post office was established, which inclu- 
ded, besides Great Britain and Ireland, the West India 
and American colonies. This extension of the po?t office 
increased the revenue to 111,461. What proportion ot 
this sum was produced by the rcsp< ties does 
not appear; but there is reason to believe that it was al- 
most ti ..igliih, for even so late as be- 
tween 1730* the post was only trsjkamiUed 
three days a- week, bet ween Edinburgh and London} and 
i -opolis on one occasion only tent a tingle tetter, 
which was for an Edinburg banker named Ramsay. The 
most remarkable event in the history of the post office, 
previously to its present removal and scale of magnifi- 
cence, is the plan sup^ Mr. Palmer, in the year 
1784, of tending the letters by the coaches instead of the 

uistom of tinnsmitling th< m l> p ikt-bnys on i. 

back. From this moment the prosperity of the post 

office commenced; and the revenue which at first was not 

tore than 5,000 a year, and which after the revolution 

of two centuries only produced, 146,400 annu..ll> 

led 30 years afterwards, a net revenue ot i 

',000. Nor WAS it only by increasing the rev 

that Mr. Palmer's plan was beneficial, for answers are 

rned to letters in half the lime, and with a degree 

nf ponctualH] :,i-vcr experienced before; the expense is at 

less rate per mile than on the old plan; and when the 

plan has been so far carried into effect, that the mail 

coaches had travelled above 40,000,000 miles, not a sin. 

gle robbery bad been committed or a passenger ins 



Amount of taxes received of sheriffs, the 
. mie of 1828, pa) aide in the trea- 
sury 1st October, 1829, and not other- 
wise appropriated. 

An aggregate of 

Deduct disbursement* at the treasury 

hum ilir 1st of November, 18^8, to 

the 1st of Noven , for which 

vouchers have l> .! r, comn- 

r, and by him .dluwe.!, 

Shewing the balance of cash i < mum ing 

Ml li, 

first of Nov. 1829, < 



riN 'Kill CAROLINA. 

Balance of cash m the treasury 1st. Nov. 

1828 $93,343 59 j 

Product of taxes 2,298 81 1 

Of the executors of John Hay- 
wood, (tat. 1,M* 16 



7,570 00 
400 



64,3.' 

^^ 

195,165 



121,1 



$74,014 I2J 



The disbursements during that period, and thus de- 
iucted. consist of the following items: 

1 assembly 39,7 

Executive department iG 77 

.r> depiirtineiil >6 25 

Comptroller's department 1,278 70 

Department of state 1,57 

\djutaiit general's office 223 05 

Public printers 900 00 

Executive council 87 00 

Judiciary ,78 51 

Arsenal 

Sheriffs for settling < 937 50 

Congressional elections 

Electoral elections 1,.Y 

Electors 

It- ji.urs of state house 'J79 47 

ul. I ic library 112 50 

State bank of N. Carolina for deferred pay- 

,.i...i .6 24 

Pensioners 880 00 

Miss Udney M. Blakelcy 600 00 

Surveying :HM| ' rokec lands 1,165 50 

IT, i. !>,!'.. M. S.iu missioner 

ivigution (^o!ii;i:tiiy 1st 2d < 
3d instalments, us directed to be paid by 
resolution of 1828 15,00000 

: nr's house 748 50 

;ises for surve) ing and selling land and 
negroes of the late public treasurer 
Contingencies 



Treasury notes burnt 
Money burnt 
Bogue hanks 



3 00 
4,476 31 
17,781 89 
13035 
18 00 

$121,151 00 

.Y? nal improvement fund shews an aggregate of 
$21,289 "o$ of which 6,559 00 remained from the last 
The disbursements of the present amounted to 
49 22$ balance on hand 8,440 48. This fund U 
up of dividends in certain shares ot bank stuck spe- 
cially appropriated, and sales of certain lands that be- 
longed to the Cherokees. 

trrary fund shews a general aggregate, in hand* 
of 17,029 24$ a small balance of the agricultural fund 
being added to it. 



E< 






( 

j 
rat o N*. IM9. MM! tor !*** Ik* 



: 



Dto ..'at,, 




! "' 



Ihetr I... bcrn ,lr;,o!.'r,l ui 

i ,a .. I 1 i'iC ci*"'..l I I i Ji'ii*- 

U<rr.u^M,,lho |.i,.| V,- 
Statr m U,,a, ol N. Carol,,,, at 

K'.**' ' 

^rn do. '-'.Y-'f," 4J 

Bank of Capr IVar at I'mjrur- 

fn.sri is 

<l.llf 69j 



!,ow - 



Tmaanry _ 

the vaultt. 



TUK DISMAL SWAMI' (ASM 



MM taken aridoon the bnaki of ibe 
MA! for the Ut ibrrc or four rtnn hire M envbble 
trant in Morv, ami c vnull MtvtM tbetn to drav upon 
NN . .ral oortrlr. of no opnortuiulj 
lnUa JMMvtili ooc 
C IM dvNlan of th 




IM4, v 



with wrprint M ib nufni- 
n *N*, and the otanrlnv 



we InaanatenmVd tnal an objnat an danr tothehv 

Nuriolk, ahoalJ na excited ao litUr of ibrlr eunotrty 
tHein nerrr harinc v. 

eoat tlMma ridcol 8or9 mile* 



o| tlir ork car,n> t ', rn, , , , 

r not actually arm * . The hauii at I >rr n 
reek tea bcautrful ancrt of water Kail a mile in length 
and iftccn feet above the level o< nK- wairr: the locks 
irtMted ol atone in the beat atyle of workmanihip. 
o. arlr l.o milr. ll.c kit b.nC . ,,,l,-,| up - ,if, . , - 
land juniper tinglea, palet, and otbar locobcr, the 
r of the eontifuou* ivamp. We were fortunate 



iwarap 

i! when a larger number of rea- 
n the canal; it waa ebtering tight. 
and aloopt of from ft to 50 

to the adjuiuuic .1i.tr.ct... Nor, I, 



lam. and wera employ edm th^ transportation of lorn- 
lw<n t and expentha aea route, but now throoch the 



iMleaa they could 
the 



JOUIliI lot lh..- J- lt. 

Two of 

at the 



t the aame 
- JwM from the Ron*- 
D>eadvanta(af thtoeana) to the cnatern aettion 

amferan.ln, 

the ehok* of a greater ntunber of m?r- 

JflNjamg their co,mr,r,,1,-, an,! ihr tale ol the r pro- 

aroad that McAilam hm.a. !l eoul.l not ,m,.r , 

tinf f V hkh i m tive progreaa. Thia canal connect > 






a t 



J V. V 

: . .... r . 

i .," ' "- ', : '' 



- . 



I 

I \M M V.F1B81 
Of t\e icnale and 



* . . ., 



n MLnaasa 

r. ...:.-:, 






Vfc 



Xrbenmh K. Kn%bj 
AAcrKobbm!. 

rrrmmt. 



I'o 

Nathan Sanfon). 
K it. DuBn. 

..- Jtrraiy. 









i .... 

n r -. -:- 
./ ; / ; - 



licocfe Evan* 
MaOMal : 



limn W. Mplcf 




R - - t HM... 



CimJMbield 

John I)avi 

Henry W Dwight Jo* 

Kdwart! Eeivtt 

Benjamin Gurhrri.i 

Rhode Hand. 
Trisum Burget J. Pearee. 

CorinfCt,<i:l 

Noyes Barber Ingersoll 

Jabci W. Hunttogtoo _ 'Ebenexrr Young. 



Arnold 






Abraham Bockee 
rj. Bort 

rlmg 

Thmotn* Child, 
Hery "B Cowles 

Jacob Crocl.rron 
Charles < 
JohnD. n,ckr,-.fon 
Jonas F.:.rll, \\-. 
*Qcorfc Kither 

alsey 
'Joseph Hawkins 

Rrhard M. Cooper 
Lewis Condict 



'William Cahoon 
Horace F.i 
. H 

York. 

Michael Hoffman 
Perkins King 
James W. Lent 
Magee 
v C. Martir. 

II 
Wob, 

ton 
*(,.rshom Powers 

^Ambrose Sj 
Henry R. Storrs 
Jamei Strontf 

- s L. Tracy 
aylor 

nek 

Campbell I 
Jertey. 
Isaac Picrson 
James F. Randolph 
Thomas H. Hughes Samuel Swann. 

Penntyhania. 

James Buchanan 'George G. l*ip 

*Thoma H. Crawford -Wm. MeCreery 
d Coulter 'Alem Mar 

ua Evans II. .Miller 

'James Ford Mlenry A. Muhlenlurg 

Cbaonccy Forward William Ramsey 

Joseph Fry, jr. .Scott 

Tnnet < ..is H. Sill 

Johi, i Sm.el A. Smith 

h Hemnhill In II Sien- 

Peter Ihr.e, jr. >i<n8 

Thomas I rwm Joel B. Sutherl 

Adam Ring One vacancy. 

Delaware. 
Keftary Johns, jr. 

Maryland. 

Elks L'rown .cer 

riement Lorey i igg 

Benjamin (;. Hownn! (,t,. ij;ton 

E. Mitehrll Ephraim King Wilson. 

Benedict I. Serorocs 

Virginia. 

Mark Jlerahdtr 'tlge 

Robert A Ikn */fV//iam /'. Gordon 

William S. Archer 

*m Armstroflf Hillmm McCoy 

John S. Harbour > F. Mercer 

Plalip P. Barton? Thomas Newton 

*Tboroa*T. Boulden John Roanr 

Nathan^) H. f nl.orne Alexander $m;\ (h 
*Riehiinl C.'oke, jr. Andrew Stevenson 

-Robert ' ra% John Talltafei ra 

HMMUM Davenport Jamet Tren-anl. 

JVorfA Carolina. 

\\\\\n Alston ,. rt Potter 

Daniel L. Barringrr \\ 

Samuel P. Carson A^. II . Shepard 

Henry W. Conner e-Sn<iglit 

E<lciunt1 D-. berry I*wi\ \\illiami 

"Edward Dudley One vaent 

Thomas H. Hull 

South Carolina. 
Robert W. Ban.-. 

'James Blair W,ll m D. Martin 

John Campbell kolls 



Potter 
Haynci 
1 .;tmar 

pkin 

Thomai Chilton 
James Clarke 

>ls U. Coleman 
llrnr; I^niel 

ll.rr 

nson 

Monlri.. 

M 

Wdli. in, jr. 

> Findlay 

now 

\\ m 

John 1 

f rockett 
!>esha 
Jacob C. Isacka 



acker. 



Jonathan Jt: 


\\ \\ 0)i 



Jos 

' 
( Ini I. niloi, 

Joel 

.SM U 

erry 

.pson 

Joseph Vance 
San. 

wy. 
vee. 

nson 

Poll 

tJames Standiler. 

In 1 1: fin a. 

tJohn Test. 



.nn. 



Clement C. Clay 
Dixon II. Lewis 

Illinois. 

Mitsonn. 



Alabama. 



Baylor. 



Joseph Duncan. 
Spencer IVltis. 
m-s Hinds. 
John I5.<l<il . 
An* 1 ' vier. 

Joseph M. \\ I. 
Those members in italics, wen; absent on the calling 
of the roll on the 1st day of the session. 
bers. 1 Members of a previous congress but not of the last. 



Florida. 



ftEKATF.. 

December 7, 1829. The President pro tompore of 
the senate. Mr. Smith, of Md. took the chair at 12 
o'clok.and was informed by the secretary that a quorum 
was present. 

Mr /r//;V? presented tin- c i < .Jcntinls of/" 

ssee, \iceJ. ft. J-lato:., having 

been read, Mr. Grundy v !i is seat. 

George M. 7Vof//>, elected a sent' 
the atate of Georgia, . rose to state 

.<ls was not absolutely n .-'I stat.- 

' i '. Mr 
<'Jv his wa . 

Ordf: ' the house of n-- 

>!i:it a c|unttun of the senate is assembled, 
bustneta. 

was 

Ordered Th't wln-nthc seriate pr' nomi- 

; man ot the 

committee on finance shall IK- nominated by the commit* 
tee, and not according to ihc rule of the IHSI session. 
A message W.T- m the house of representa- 

'."i-utn had ;i 
, of the state of \ irgi 
had be- MUSC. 

\r red from the house of represent- 

rt-solulion, that A committf 

appointed on the ; .ittee 

, to wnil on the 

president of the cs, and infoi in him lhal a 

quonm) ot the two houses is assembled, and 

from him any i ns he may be pleas- 

ed to make to them. 



Ml ! 






,'( '_. :-. i( *- 



Onr...''*.'. ft 
f> < 

- 

N 

Jo* atteitflrd, nod 

.ordmffto 
the Uned BtMM, who replted 

a 



M 

ir.cn, 



rut* i/ncewaajaai 
Id 1 I A * 
I . . . J k I .. : K ' 
"Saw 
Ibr rucmU,..,! 
ewepap. 
iti <hc NBOMI 




I h*i the e-errtart t 

I!K- -nlc 10 b, 



/laonrt, M 
!> 
Of 
oewaaayin aa thy may i 

.,.!. .1 < * n..i n.r,i :,. priai oflhi 4 i 
OnnvHion 




r*dr,a of the Untod Steir imnainMteU, 

nmie arent., M i).,,rU-,,. tSr j.lJu.M.^ 



It kffor.lt me |.lrturr lo tender my Iricn-IU grrrtmf* 
to you on the Otaaaton oi 

*!.h 



roiOB of our 




witl, you lor the 6r* time. H ia, to 

'' 



we MX u prnae with all minVnift MM! lhal 

.f r-lri.cc Of ftm o, 

min K our tc lo 



the human i^.r i- c-.t> .! . . -1, I ,|. t M " > ,-,! , | ., 



f>irlniv ls . 



,.r, M i.t.u>.j.. : 



tww M Mil other pnven, of deep intcrrtt, M writ lo 

UK- couolM t |j (| j. in maitt ol 0111 -c.i. 111. l-v 
fret MI Mljutimmi of thc*c Wll continue to be iko o%rc( 




- 

the aoetrela> who h* evhwrd has fc Jfy dupmitioa, 
br OMuntof the ueiieatc lotk of uLJraiMn, h**e beta 

tberuudM^ 

.kntt. sod bthMto nanna>i> with the ewb* 
neatly qualify him for ao ruaaiiail ft troat. 
11 aonfldeiaM to tW twat. of onr an^e, nd in 



om Frntrf. ow Kkt 1I . Urr r%tl U . 
that JMtiog wbirh t > oamtW MrA ef 




to aid in aoftdwath 



of my enrneat en.lcafort; and notwithstanding the di- 
aoJthll ol the U*k, I do not allow mytelf to apprrheod 

eiwJThins hh* eoojtitwlet naUooal atranftfe ,' .!,',* '. i ',' - 



: . }>.- 



^th.aheiarul. 
of all IMT'I 



d to the 



MlKhw 
that ai 



that it not eleoHy rajl.t. .ndto t..bm i I-, nothMll 

vtoofi aod I latter my *elf. that, wppor 

oraaiii i of the gouinn<ot. a.. rlligeneeaod 

patnotiani ol the people, we ahall br ab)r, under the pro- 

leetion of fVorideoot, lo OMtae all our ju>: i . 

BjHfOjOaJ, 

Of the onarttled aaajlfri between the I . States and 
fthor powera. the nKMt prominent orethoar whieh liatr. 
for yenrt, been the tnbjeet of nefot* 
France and Spate TW laU perteaV M whtek oor amteia- 
lirtolboacr^cfnmcnllcftihf t.Sutct, rrn.Ur .t .- 



Maaihle. at thai oarlv day, lo teform you of what hat 

Wen done on the aubjeeu , hirh thry hare been 
: lytef upon the juatke of or 

- 

iMtrooone with thoao nMiona, we hae the beat reavon 
hope for a atbfaetory adjuatmoM of exiattef daTer- 

>;:ogui!cd in peace aad 
nuy look forwwi'. to C-M 

S te Che eon- 



inainneea, by the espreat alii <a< ten, nf^the' ilaan 

rSntow fO^WMM^I Ol rfMWCf; fOTnOTB MMMJlttra ; m*m 
inii wl , liirprlkf * f contfQQC 1O lltfftttnv A tV^pVIK fl Va^HA* 

.. ..... ; . i . . 

! . * ' 

..l*.-ll ootheraliny of thoto ehteat. aoal da? eatah- 
lifthed policy of all rnlKienwd ioirmmints M on Iho 
known telrfniv of the r'reooh muaiub. daM the OMO> 
ontdebttoT ihenMi.ril 6nd rrdrr% th rnmtfe of 



M ::.,, t . , : 



. .,,..- ..,.'.: .. r ' r , ". I 




:-, , :, 
aialb 



- ! I . -I * - ja^n^aJ afcawn^MMaTfanm 

- 

wafeam linWw^l all ^tf.aJfc**M*l -*. r^ Wv OffWM*F tlh An^ 

UpOV MQCTvl mMl TwBoV^VBBI iCFwl* I O ^T VK^nm Mowr ^^ 

e^oe^niU^fcrq^olibeo^^Tli..!..! 
pcaTtaioat ol ow M*featioo aota. He I*M alao heeo in. 



allnaHil to OMke. fnrth 

m iKhall of our titteeni. far 

on our aommtno, oaoMUned 

appeal whiah the |mio and lo> ral . 

our part, and a doe icajatari in the honor of thaf (> 

foWaM.it, nthortewio opeet wdl oot b* n^k i 

.. _,. . - - - 

\\ .' , f . I - ' * V 

IK footinf. la KoX plaaed by her tar* 
tttmmtntt naatelimi and Croat power, 



:iy foot**. IR 
ritonal Imit*. Olonure popwUt**, 

V :r- : . s .' .'. ' 



S'REl,: 9 



nod atejKHast friend. Although her recent in- 
ration of Turkey awakened a ) 
who were exposed to the des< i 
ipatc that therenlt v 

ration, anil to the pmr 
piarat The treaty of peace t> 

rat been ratified, we cannot be insensible to thr great 
Corfit to be derived by 

States, from unlocking the navigation ..i the UlMtkSea 
a free pasiage into which n ecurrl hi all mm 



! the principal part of tin" 

ucil, or 

together with the 
ty negotiated win! > 

Measures 

n a beti 



sels bound to ports ol Kuta under .. fl-p M p< c-- w.tl 



moat of the powrr* ot F.uropr, has luth 

-m,: ihv [! stnn:mr. an antecedent, J i 
icccisCul . renewed un M 

der eireuioatances which pi ' i ' iv 't 'he nviit fav<> MCI) to 

Although tfceae rcu 
part attained, run 

tin- cnterp: 

suable to euiiu 

Our trade with Austria, although of secondary import- 
ance, has been gradually increasing; Hiulisnuw t< 
rd, a's to iles< >< nl. A 



thai 
rested as we 



mates 

or, 

mi; tli: 






ajagotirtioii, commcoeed :. 
power, by the late administration, hat been cor.snmmM- 
vd by a treat) of amity, onvigatioB an -, which 

will be laid before the senate. 

the recest oi congress, ottr diplomatic . 

rtugal have been rcii: 
of things in that country, can 
cognition of '. 

until an opportunity wai In-! 
organ therr, information regr 

.,, l,|-. 4 c llCu'.ii. . ,' ; <!! I Ol ! ..' .Ul'll' ll'\ I'N 

which the representative in i]iiestion w;< 



.iforrr.i 



Lite application of the 



citablifthcd rule of our government, in like cases, was no 
longer will. i. 

Considerable advances mode, tic: 

present year, in the adjustment, oi claims of our ciiizcii<> 
t. mark for spoliations; but .ill tnut u e liave a right 
to demand from that g< > ;; !f, Has 

not yet been concr 
eter, upon which this subject lias, M 

.iioni, beeo|pl;u 

with UK ">t *nd friendly .lisjios 

been evinced by In- i awnable 

ground to hope that this sing!. 
apeeddy be rem< v 

Our relations with the Bai bary nowei-t contiuuc, as the) 
f the mo < racier. Tl..- 



long b 

policy ol keeping an adequate I. 

asaecui . rttl M 

ye^iefeftd in; as well as a similar on>- tur the \ 

: commerce and fisheries in the PJ.I- 
l*he souihern republics, of our own hem'uphere, 
have not yet realised all the advantages tor which 
they have ben so long struggling. \Ve tru/ 
rreV, that (:>c O^y is not (iiM.mt, when the rcslora- 
ttoo of peace and' internal *juei, under permui. 
Was of government, securing tht. libfity, and promoting 
the happiness of the citizens, will mown, with complete 
aQQcess, their long and arduous tf/orts in the cause of self- 
luent, and enable us to ' friendlj 1 1- 

ill thai is truly great and j^l . 

intaskmof Mex.< thereby 

produced upon hrr domestic , a con- 

1 influctiLT npt.n the gr* ;. 

.ran cmanciprkiioti i of civil 

iliULOlkm rebuked, and, perttaps, I >! in lhat 

appesrWMC* strongly indicate, ll "idepen* 

fence is the master spirit, and it a com 
ment prevails m tiie olln r staten, this i!cv. 
cannot be without prop* r - fl c.jimsclsof the 

mother -t pacific 

policy towards her forov 'nsolin^ 

raniy, and a !)!' world, in 



long indulged by a ; 
ag.ii i st ' 
tiary of ' 

mmislti-d tliat us, t'ulni s in it- 

in a great de- several 

measures equally interesting to both ; 

1 in its own capi^ 1 :*:ii) under 
i-iimstanocM. 

, us, in his judpm>:iir, the intereft of his 

, a com- 
jot> was received Irom the government o 






ill 

of our n. ; 'tis was promptly it h; and 

.nlalivc of a rank ccu-rcapum: 

Mexican diplomatic :(. MI mm was ap- 

pointed. Our comiiu-i ! :i;is been 

.iy ol the most friendly c. 
removed the only <*' 

I c;mnot but hope that an aiivip.tagi'ous 
will occur in our:.!. 

Injustice to Mr. i'oinsrit it is proper to sny, that my 

- recall, 

and the MS successo: . o be as- 

t-ribed t ncc tlwt the imputation of an 

iu the 1 c::i I : 

was well fouodedi nor ' '" tl!S 

talents' > add, that the truth :! that 

''.n stflirui' f,'overn- 

, its coniuiui.ii-ati"n with this. 

Icons: , most urgi i -Hies to 

bring to unending that 

part of our conslitr. 

president am] vice p. ., vnnment 

its framers, deemed an experiment; and they, 
! a mode 

its tit ! 

T<> the people belongs the right of electing their chief 
magistrvt ehoawahoal* 

in any rase, 1- r by the intervention of 

,'es, or 1)> ll > ..nliiifil. nndereer- 

iioiise ol f. I' 1C. Ex- 

iai. in propi ' 

"{?! ot 
istnled. Sonr 



speak, it is x press 



the will 

* 
thfir own will. 

;irants to the presidency, and thfi 

s which may i..!. 

claims, leave l.ule reason t" < \p< * t '( Jirst 

<!evr,lve 
of represenUti\cs, where, it 

aeertan.- t be regwdi d. i'n.m the roo<le oi" 



herself ' iwenty-foor 






voles; and it may < uiay be 



llie claims oi our cmzciis upon uic .^o'lin American eotiiroiieu uy an man 

gvemt 



: 



i*,i***- tEM. 



II it. 
tiuA el ihrir < 




jpfbui operation of 
though nn etd of UIM eheraeter ho< 
a par rate* oObrarat prmal|4e id , 

VflMrtAP Af 49 f9H^r^t mm 1* oW^fll '^J I 

a ry to thr MICC< *lui\ 

LrraofaMblio 



vc oprmUon i ib j.lU 
then, endeavor to to ammd or Hrtmt. tkat ibe dbv 



- r% I ^~*J 

! . ' 



it j.n . /. | i 

. __ + * - . , 

thr ., r i rth* , 



.t .:- 



...i : 



mat rrint.. -tl -(.--/ 

Of prat" 

m be M refuUted at to pre*. rve lo each Unto 



MM-* ii i.,... 

the Aral attempt mlyt- pn.vioVtl for, bj cooae-of tUe 

bhj u, ':.... *** 'i * ' 'i MMJaMall ' 

1 not be adopted, H it ortby of nainlatmin 
cr a pro*i dM^uaU. f lor o. tne upranin 
i in aenfriM un uboai anon an aketfan ma) bavc 

_T-4 . 



noibentoptr 



an bo cooaUnlionaJI; ap> 



\ . . ' .- 

. .. - | ,,| , . . , . , ... . 

? if , ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' : t ' ' 

**** '! ""> srf> brb ?'- 



uen attnHit ttie% re belief- 

motr-i *4Muo Irom all appomlnMat 

klcol MI wboaa elcctmn they i-. 
been aAcatly omiermcd. The nature 






fromtlir nabjai 



iruiu in- v i i -i . 

w men bo can for any great 

lcn|thultiii^i,j . ..rtu. M i , r. r aid . . IM -. 
or let. undrr !,.- IntMal ftl l- I . ajrfw BBatil - 
faithful dattbarte of tbeir |..ihlit- .I..IH . I hn.- . :,-<.,- 

ISA 



. 
llucl... K r ,1 II,,,, ;.,.,!: .Is,, . 1 . .. . , ^..- 



Mira a a*bN of looklnf vrth n^dnTe^enoe npon the publ 
*ad of tolrratiat conduct from ha* an oo- 

. ' i- N tonaai ... 



than M.O 



** |lt V- l ^ - I ' i ' * , . t 1 . . I 

maja^aoJelVfortheir 

in tome, and m othera, a pirvtraion of ant. ^-, ,. ..... n ^- - ^r 

nd pi .rc. ; . pmrrunetu ^.thaatr U^MlMion, MhjeatH to aadi tnflumert. eon < 

onda, and make M an mfpne lor tbe topport of tbe lev jp* { and viU not long retain tbr aanataan of a 

>ee of ibe mau. The dottrt ol all publia 
nAorrt M e, or, at knat, almit of bung made, to plain 
"lUllajenoa may readily qualify 



-.- |icHonnane( and I taaaoi but ha- 

officv. th^n i ,; in i .<!. |O hi K 1 ! < r .- -\ j> i ,< 1,1 r 

eada - htnaj ..,'.'. M . :. 



bctirr 



v brre ofBort are created nalelt for tbe 

ne ma I < 



turr. aonNM 

1 



- ^r H '- 
Tbe peratkai of Utt 



>w^, OT 

anoot 10 the two farmer, era* 
- 
food* bate not hm aruUblr dia>Jato*i 



'.r-i! 

.r- ; ., . . , , 

1 t ' , ' ' ) " - . 



been to* priaet. tMnfM 
bjfl l .< iMk : . 



,.,!,'. . 
no food ranaon lo d oub 



mmi 



.... n 



jaal t4h^ 




adapt aor o a to cWar 
... r b*-*l caicuU'r 



. . . ... 

I unite your 



Cb*. 

Mn^ * wnvv of tt pTO* lafMl* IT<|IUr-C tU4MidMaA0n 

o neral rule la be applird it. c du- 

i forest* fjovth or laal ih Hail, hi 

>o h 



:.:,. .. 

even a aep beyond tin* poa*. arr e>m<rvllf to regard 

lolhoM anklet bicb *i- of pnaaan naiaati tm 

Wben er n ltd npoa tuc Inlinagjgl daJk 

oaey ot Ihla oncmuon, * important innt * MaM ntw 



w ' % V^BJKTV W9J ^ * %aW v ^pa.r^ %v^pa e^n 

. tefard to an* fciaaib ot n>duatry . 
1 by bb iu eaowlal t he mat 
new ahiBMla, nMUt alayt bepradvnutvnf hi 



... - -. .-, 

* ^ anft^af LaaAavnvatf A 

Uaw I^MftvVlM ^^NWlBuVHWV WpVWPnTCV UaW V^VBI olnWnVvHnf 

orthebole. AH atttaipu to eonneot ^e w*ii tW 

a^hAMaWl aW a^Bal^hnV tin** w*^Jkl */ WnavoW^nnv ' ' 



. not long retain the nimi of a pujiU, 

k^ta^NAMA^ u ^^^M.ff.Mrf^ ^^^ 

ovnranw, wnirn p*v inv 10 onr nnmoai OI^UOWN ^ 
>ll uiataJna It Danrhrdten; all aalcoU'-.<** if polfcant 

MCWuMBffVo, ItlC uWCtfl t VnV9 ttQVIll|| t0C dn\^* nWhai !* W ' . 



br promoted, and of- tb^acr^hural iaeTY of our country toaaacntml. 
cured, by a Rcnrral |y eoaneeled wh c^rry other, and ao aapmor h) ! BTV 
appuhtmenu to four anre to tbem all, thai fc b aMrrrhr ne*aan to mit lo 

r^- --* - i - ' . *^ ft .^. I .-. i W ev^am^m 4^ aaawi 

WnlnW WitCiy fT UaV tWTCt Ml VQMfliW ICWI O aCfT*C U*C TVI^nf M ^"^ " 

'ihnral (vodneaiona, MK* i rsrraH ih**r laylliMlftl to 






Ml.! -29 COM,! 



flfce wnti and comfort of society, Out tbey de* 

|ol. i .!. >i- i t ;-\' i tiM. l,t. 

Lookntg forward lo lh- vltnl, when a 

. 




petition witl, i nr own 



IT ih" firs* thm 



should engage the attention of congress in UM roodifica 
tion of the t*rnT. CM (hese. Ira and r<ffce re the rnnut 
promHKnx. they rater largeU into the consumption of 
the count rv , and have become articles of necessi 
faiUl. A refaction, therefore, of th>- ex 1*1 in,: 
: It H.. common bcm 



Bin-mi, to 
not injurious, it shotild be gradual and cert. in. 

The public MOW rity is evineed in (he increased rev. 
enue arising from the wles of the pi.' 
atendy maintenance ol thai produced by impost t and lon- 
nagr, notwithstanding the add 

thet ,,i 19th May, LMS,MdUM unnsoaJ bnportationi 
in the early prt of that year. 

Tbe balance in ib- trcisnry on (he 1st of January, 
|9t, was fir. 

tbouun i) >five dollars and eighty- 

ooe cents. I 

undredund I 



MW%Uon and the 

a) sui 
mo ! 



:iy B in th 



in imam inn u< 

I 

i;>ciic ol Imnuony in the 

'*. it appears (p rue : 
afe, jus- .1 dispiisid. 

.'! be its :-, 

ml sUtci .. i r< J.K 

slionld lliis iiir:isnrr imt be found ;r- 

it uonlil I.- 

propote to the dates an :n 
nnl an apfieal to (he iuni , in t-;.s< s 

ueral welfarf, at :unoug the ntost sacn-d nf all 
our obligations. Upon (hit country, more t dun an; 
bus, in 



four hundred a 

o'n tin-first of. I 

dolUrsnudfift; 

prr ct-nt. st \ 
Stales, 
made on (h 



* -tiv< d<> Hurt and richly- I will be - 

t general ] 

on I six hundred ami '''I !' :dl::md it is out 

dollar*, and tl r , (or it the i-har>. itsframers. I 

Dions one |>ow- 

l; er, let us up; : it is to 

treaMtv tanuan be exercised; ; by n 

'lousand rt 

>!) ct-nlt. woil H- ho|>-s ol the 

paid, on ace 




the whole drl>t < 



hundred Mid < 
lolUrs and ei 
the sudden w 



nd four bttddred 
ni; seven million 
' ank oi th> 

illt ()f til' [JJ'.llln- 

first of .Itilv lasi, was eight roil Ions seven 



Jitj; to 1 affair 



usuud four Inn 
A so large a 






deposited, at a I ~ual pressure 

in tbe money market, might cause much injury to the in- 
terests dependent on I *nk aeeoranv'dntions. lint tl.is 
evil as wholly av . 

tbe trt-asun, suit.-*' b ..us arrangements of the 

offieers of the bank of t hi utcs. 

finances exhibit* the resources of the 



' ..the success of the constitution ui.ik'i ubich 
we art now set ing , < 

tion of the sin not IherefU 

adav, but belongs to the most <! 
of my r 

my own sense of its importance, w:<i:i you 
against a! 

stale so\ its healthful and invigor* 

atioginflu'-m-e, die federal system can never tall. 

t ibt? rt-vci ^ credits au- 

on goods import < iapc of 

losses at present 
.. i .me, and 



:,pUiUi ll 

done, ourpc|M!):r 

portioi -t-nt burtheni 



er of (he slates will xls 
cxtensivelv rn-rted in favor of 
Ikobjectf: while- ample means 

ment to promote 
modes permitted to its authority. 



period, it ever, lesre i,. j>o*eni 
able Mirpliii in th> 

i < unent i rrice. As I 



its industry; ana 

A hen this i 
->m a consul 
> ill find, not only 


weive months, and \> 
i, oh cut debtors were more * : 




>n, bti! 
Ihe fucl pow. 
eased; and mav be more 
i pub- 


! would, in M gr*at men 
ii'iUKes, is, 
proposed alteration of the sredits, rccoinniem 

It is worthy of notice, that Ihf lav ^ 




11 Ihe 

ilic debt, it is not proba- 
ritf, upon principles salis- 

>n, will, ui 


! (he revenue Drifting 1. 

present 
present exists. There is reu 
laws are, in some respects, quite insufficient f 


osts, were 

tint llitse 
r tl;i: pro- 






_ 

I cease, the disposition of the surplus will 
ibjcct for the senous deliberation of congress; 



and k IMT be fortunate 
be decided. ' 



(em of smuggling is so obvious as not to : (p, 

! :*gHinst. I 
' to eongres 
iuniry that it is \ 
ion lilies I M 01 

|.propri:lir>ns fot : rnsiment of fair nd lawful 

busineat. 

li..nv,.l fn n *ar,, I..-,!,,., nfl\. rorrtivlc. ftflK. 



. r > I.; 

which have here t< ; 
poses ol inter:.:.: 

us ill cerlxitily ar 

power ov rge amount 

ml gc\ i 

tion of son)'- plan v in- 1 thus <) 

terests of tlif ! strength* i. - which I erablc port ion it in ..i.'J, in many 

unite them. I '.anc-s, h* 1 so by re, 

in war, will be benefited by the improvement of inland I in the ?cni charged M ith its collect on. By proper ex- 






Ill 






I 



! 



Onnlt4, Hill dM W 



r a* *t < 

Mftr bOV 

;. , .:,., X' 



1 - 



or 



. 





- ! - 

, M I 



of.ar 

, - .- v 

TW proper 

mimmt* the 

. 




.,,uNU., Kjr r,, 

, , i ri 

v not, 



. ' 

, ' 




. 

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..1 alsoiugg*sta review of the pcnion 

arj soldVr who u>! 
who a unable to n, 

upon thenr country's e.r . 

, in not cmb!4ci'.p itl. 

thcmsctfr s by nunual labor. Such an asncudnx i . 

s Called 

Jor by i , as well I 

serrations ("' >! >>"< 

lam addition I prnMooer ctasion- 

, order ol ihr late administration, dtp.-u; 

CoosHkrtug it an set ol KgisU 

lion soon as 1 t in; 

Before this period, however, applies 

rtful<li<>n Inu t tCfl . I.M ,!< i <! m. I, ,i, 

dstC Of Hi rcvoc.it: < rv. ..diii.ti 

the An i:Ue nor appro|>ir- 

ttooi and bcM 
according to tin- ml 

by about fill) -thousand di.llarv lor which an appiopi ia- 
tion Is - 

u ii request' >! to ti...t part ol 

the rrport ol the secretary of war which relate* to tin- 
room v lu M MM*. It 

legislative aid, the execu- 
tive OMUUH obviate the embarrassments occafti 

. ,iili on- 

rioally amounted to one Imndn .! thousand dollara, and 
has recently been vetted ;/cr cent. 








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nn and ulterior deitiny of the Indian tribes 
'ii 1 HtateK, have becom-- ob- 
at wild importance. It 1i:< I 
the polio ol gov i niroduce uu.oiig i 

them fr im : < I Ino polic) has, Ii 

,j,lcil \,i|i :i,r t!,r, wholljr incompHtible uithits 
Z x desire Co civilize .tnil Settle them, 
-e, lost no opportunity to pur- 
chase their lands, and thrust them further into (lie wil- 
dornesv : .ly been kept 

fo a wandering stale, lui been led to look upon us as uu- 
jdftlani! \ili in us 

! ures upoii U a lias consUtil- 

; turtlu-r ;c west, have retained 

uvagehabils. A piTtinti. IIOVK.-M r, t the south- 
ern tribes, having mingled much with the whiles, and 
made some progress in the arts of civilized life, have 

erect an i 

within (he limits ol ' ' Aialurua. The se state*, 

to be the only sovereigns within tl.< 
their laws over the Indians; wh,ch induced the 
> call upon tin limed States tor pi oitction. 
Under these circumstances, the question pi 
was, whether the general government had M right to su- 
tain those pcnjde . cnnons' The constitu- 

ttOO declares, ilmt, tale (hall he lui 

erected within the jtinsd. i' state," with- 

out the consent ol its legislature. It the general go- 
ted to tolei. on ot a 

rate state within the territory of one of the mem- 
bers o I tli union, agamst her consent, num. less could 
Hallow a fonigna mcnt to estab- 

lish its .. became a member of the con- 

utuaied m our hdcral un.on, as a 
lie, alw a vs asserting her claim 10 certain lim- 
its; whv.h hav-ng been originally defined in her < 

-ube<iucntly recognised in the treaty of 
peace, stie has ever smee continued to enjoy, except as 
. been chxuroseribed by her own voluntary 
: of a portion < 

States, i V . ma wai 

v>ith I'll- 
original s'ates, with buundaries which were pr 



< auctions be ah will follow lh.it 

-d; and ti. 

its become a .^ the 

tales which il was established to pro' 

i his view of ihe subj. ,d thr 

i. dians inhabiting pu. -ia and Alabama, that 

In ir HtUiopt to LiUbliM) hn mdi-pri 

;'d the 
Mississippi, or MI!, nut to the l.,w, ol those slates/ 

toward- th. ,( people l< 

to our national character. Thru- ptw > , eon- 

''h Mhxt th' ,>wer- 

ul appeal to our sympathies. Our aim siors toumi 

uncontrolled possessor* ol these vast i. -ions. 

By persuasion ,..ve been m:.' 

:hl .,;, to I 

.il some of tl. 

tsto preserve, .r ., wt, 

arts ol civilization, which sources 

the savage, doom him to weakness HI. 
. of the Moln g..i . 
wart, is last i-\ ,- Choctaw. 

k. That tins late surel ..wails, tin in, il they 

h in the limits of the states, does not a 
doubt. Human. ty and i.atn n.,1 ir ,,i.| that 

evi i \ ( tiort should be made to avei I so great a cal:<mity. 
Ills too late ton:. pure wh- t mle.i 

Stales lo in' lo '.<. ihem nnd their territory , within the 
bounds of new stvtcs whose limits they could > 
Thai slep cannot h- 

congress, or 

her consul u,i nal power. Btttthepeoph ol tho. 
ai.d ol every stale, actual ,"gs oljust. 

. ir our national honor, subm 
, -btion, wl .'ihmg cannot he done, 

consislently with the i ights ol the states, to pres< 
much i:. 

As a rocaus of effecting this end, I suggest lor your 
consideration, it" piopi . 

district west ol the Mississippi, and without the limits of 

any state or ternlo: ,u ed to 

tin' Indian tribes, as long as they shall occupy it: each 

tribe having a distinct cot, signaled 

lor ils use. There thry may be secured m the enjoy- 

> aments of tlu ir own choice, btibjecl to no 

other control from the l r nted Suits than such as may be 

necessary to preserve peace on th Irontier, :md brtween 

the several tribes. I hut may endeavor 

ihi-artbol civilization; and by pi 

among them, to raise up an i 

:iioneallh, destined to p< i -pi-mate the race, and 

tO allCb! . i ; nlli. III. 

migration should he voluntary: lor it would be 
1 a- unjust t<' i on. p. 1 t.'ic ah> ; -dundon 

the graves of th- u lathers, aic distant 

land. But they should be distinctly informed lh.t, if they 
remain within the limits ol the States, they miiHl \n: silb- 
tieir laws. I i their obe<l.ei,t e, as indi- 

viduals, they will, without doubt, be protr< -led in the cn- 
. se possessions which tiicy have improved 
ndustiy. Hut it seems to me 'visionary to sup- 
pose, that, in this stale of things, claims can be allowed 
on tracts of country on wl.ich tin % \ t -.\i neither dwelt 

seen 

1 them Irom the mountain, or passed th chase. 

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mmendation; but am t, 

tht it 

prooMtt 

t- ycaratr, 

The- rli-.il. r -! :>ic ' ; i\ ..I t!.- I |./. ! . s \pin s 

for a renew u! 

Billing Ircm prrciprta:. 

such important principle*, and such deep pecui 
terrsts, I feel t!iat 1 cannot, in 



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tutionality and the expediency of Ihe law ere* i 
bank are well qveatioaed by M 

/.cot; and it mut be admitted by all, that it h* - 
failed la the great end of establishing a uniform and sound 

Under these etrcumst 

deemed essential to the fiscal operat govern- 

nent, I stibmit to the wilmn or the legislature- whether 
a Mtiooal one, founded upon : idr govern- 

ment and its revenues, might not be devised, which woold 
avoid all constitutional difficulties, and, at the tan. 

all the advantages to the government and country 



that were expected to result from the present ! 
.'ie Urn communkRtion without br 
jour view the just claim of the representatives < 
r, his officers and crew, m 



of the frigate Philadelphia, UM' 
batteries of THpol ! sensible, s a general 

i-ulr, of the impropriety of executive i- under 

government like ours, where evciv 
the right of directly petitioning congress: 
this ease as one of a very peculiar character, 1 deem it 
commend it to your favorable consideration. 
Besides the justice of this claim, as corresponding tn 
those which have been since recognized and satisfied, it 
: a deed of patriotic and chivalrous daring, 
which infused life and confidence into our infant navy, 
and contributed, as much as any exploit in its history, to 
elevate our national character. Public gratitude, there- 
fore, stamps her seal upon it; and the meed slinuhi not 
.\ hich may hereafter operate as a stimulus 
to our gallant tars. 

I now commend yoo, fellow citizens, to the guidance 
of Almighty (iml, with a full reliance on his merciful 
Providence for the maintenance of our free institutions; 
and with aa earnest supplication, that, whatever errors 
it may be my lot to commit, in discharging the arduous 
duties which have devolved on me, will find a remedy in 
the harmony and wisdom ot your cnnnscli. 

\V JACKS < 



.- ssage having been read, 
On motion I- 



Ordered, That 4.500 copies of the message, with 1,500 
copies of the documents, ! for the ue of the 

The senate then adjourned. 

December 9. A resolution was received from the 
house of representatives, directing the appuiric 
two chaplains, of d 'ions, to 

serve daring ' the senate, on 

root KM ,.i Mr. ///.:.'. eooeoi 

On motion of Mr H'oodbw 

ballot to the It-r'.ioti of a chairman < > (tee on 

when Mr. Smi/' as elected 



president, (Mr. Smith of Md.) then anuouuc* -d 
untroeut of the standing cotnoiittees, as follows: 






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Mr. Ramanl. Mr. Tyler, M: 

aril, M r . 

ngston, Mr. 

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^>i!i. Mr 
Pmnviu- ^ 

On /' : ' . , M; 

, !-igue. 

'On tht tontingtn: , Mr. IrecYell, and 

Mr. K 

^rotted billMMr. Marks, Mr. \Villry, nd 

On motion of Mr. II was 

Resolved, That a sd< , 

members, be - ' and canals, 

\\ith h-.ivt' tn report \>\ lull r ot'.irrwise. 

ks, Mr. Tyh-r, Mr. Webster, .M 
ley, and Mr. Kuggles, were appointed to be the com- 

>//, it was 

Retoltr,!, I li;.t -A v, |,-rt nuiiiiiittee he appointed to 
coins, ;.nd to re[ort such 
i the existing laws concerning coins, as may 
be de< 

: il, Mr. Uickerson, Mr. I.iv 
hii! 11, and Mr. Tazcwell, were appotateoTtu be the 

Mi . /./M liaving announced lh- dc.nh of his colleague, 
Thomas B. Reed % of Mississippi, submittnl the 
following resolutions, which were unanimously agreed 
to: 

Resolved, That the members of the senate, from a 
desire of show ing every mark of respect to the memory 
n. Thomas B. Reed, deceased, Iste a senator of 
this body, from the state of Miwissippi.wil) -o into mourn- 
ing for one month by wearing cram: on tin hit ;trm. 

Jlfiohvd, That aaan < ; i.-un- ot respect to 

the memory ot'th-- hoii. Thomas B. Jtccd, the senate do 
now adjourn. 

Adjourned accordingly. 

HOCR) 

Monday, December 7. At 1'J o'clock, the clerk pro- 
;> call over ' of the members, there 

being 194, the clerk '|uniuin was pres- 

ent; that the first step vtts t<> |troc<-l to the tK < 

:.n<! ih;it the (tfiicers <l th' house would wait 
ir ballots. The ballots having been 

; sted Mr. nif)tfy,o( ' 

Mr. Conthct ol Nw Jersey , and Mr. Polk, of T 
see, to act as tellers. 

. d, the tellers declared 
-lit: 

.hole number ot ,,iember voting, 191 neces- 
sary to a choice, 96. 

For.- T<?JWO, 152 scattering, 39. 

So that Jindrtrm Stevenson was declared to he duly 

MISC. 

Mr. .SV v ' > Mr. 

rms: 

.^uished 

in of ray 

'! unaffected 

I sh-mld again 

trnst with 

it hope that the el the house may not 

ove injurious to , or detrimental to its 



is high office, 
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vhere no oppositic ;. to it- 

appoint hiru by lesolution. The gentlrnian fr 
tucky, however, had staled that he believ 
were other eand id M id he 

did not know thr there were, tl, 

coarse* at, as usual tn such raw, to pmc 
foraclrrk. ' 

Mr. Rams n in favor of 

Mt (he house 

do now proceed to the election of < 

VjAiuon, of Ken. morc! to amend t!,i last mo- 
tion to lo K ('.<? next al 

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usr divided ayes 54, the noes 

ored directly to a ballot ing was then 
yeed nominated 

Jo^notn Dominated 

ir having been collected, and co- 
Jto< ton and Mr. Buchanan, it appeared 

llMl the whole number of votes for clerk v:.s 19207 
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For M. St. C. Clarke 135 

I Maxcy 54 

a 

Clarke was elected . 

the bouse of representatives, and wai forthwith sworn 
MtooQec. 

OB motion of Mr. Millar of Pennsylvania, it was re- 
solved, tum. con. that John Onoald Dunn be appointed 
erveant at arm* to Uie houae. 

On m ! r. Tailor, of New York, it was order- 

ed th-t a menage be aent to thr Senate, to inform that 
body that a quorum of this house h*s asuen-blrd; thtt 
JMrra Stevetiton has <l s|v*V. r 

tbat H is now read; to proceed to business, and that the 
clerk do go " s "&e- 

On r .'or, also, it was further order- 

ed, that the rule* and orders established by the late 
bouse of representatives be deemed and taken lo be the 
rules and orders of proceeding to he observed in this 
until a revision or alteration shall have taken 



On motion of Mr. Dray ton, of S. Carol ion, it was re- 
aolved, that a committee b<? a|>|>(..ic <! <>h me p.irt of this 
house, to join such .5 have been, or may be, 

appointed on the ,, 
mdent of ihc UnKed Sw> 

Ot the two bouses have assembled, and thai congress are 
ready to receive any t-omniuntc.it ions he may be pleased 
to make. 

A motion having been u usual order for fur- 

nishing nn n. 1 * spa pert 

tfc, cf Ken; ' d to it. Unsaid, 

that the subject oh 

pers for the ; nieocc of il. s of this 

bouse, was n-ferred to a cnmnuitee last nession, 
that eonrimittee had, in jt innj' nded a discou- 

timanoe of the pmc ' uni). i- 

nme no change on thi* cu'.j' n II was of opinion tliat 
tV) application of the public n.eant, to this object was not 
justifiable. But, to order to ten the Question, h 
1O In the resolution on the tab I' . 

u'.oiion was negatived; and the resolution for con- 
liwliiHL the usage, waa agreed fh without division. 

On motion of Mr. Ml'er t the house then proc 

i a doorkeeper, llielhi- (though 

now mfirni) doorkeeper, capt. Benjamin Bttrch wns 

a very appropriate manner, ' 
^outh Carolina. Several other pCTMM w 
mated by daTrrent n,emb-rs. The ballots h\ 
count. named by the apeaktr. 

reported that Mr. Burrb had r (a Urge 

majority of the whole number), and was eon* 
chosen. 

On motion, it wa* then resolved nem. con. tit 
ton Carr be appointed assistant doorkeeper to this house 

And then 
t The house adjourned to 12 o'clock to-morrow. 



//. Dec. 8. Mr. Crock-fit, of Tonnes*. 

i 
the part of the senate to \> > ' ')>< , 

. inl llikt lli' 

Cation to n 
this day. 

On in- /or, it was 

I 

session, who shall interchange 

A message was received from the , 
States, by tht hand* of his private sec. / Don- 

ctton, (tM prooerdings ot 

1 1 thereof v I to be 

use of the house, and then the house ad 

9. Mr. Hartley, of Ohio, attend* 
t-d to l;^ ,ne was organized Mr. ' 

moved the following OP 

Ordered, That the standing committees be now ap- 
pursuant lo the rules and orders of the house. 

\Ji linrhtinan said there was an unusn ., 

. and it was proper, and accordrng 
M house, that the speA.-r should have lime 

V. 

before he proceeded to tLc uppomtinent <' 

tees. He would, i '-t to lay 

'in table. 

,imbreleng asked the gentleman from Pennsyl- 
vania to withdraw his mr < T were now 
passed, tli' booat eoold-adjouni U"'il t;< 
with a view to allow the speaker luue lo ronkc the ap- 
ents. 

r intimated that he could not be able tc 
/sufficient acquaintance with the member! in the 
course of to-morrow. 

Mr. Mallary suggested that such an adjournment 
should taki place as won: 
his selection. It was obvious that the speaker would re- 

r tht purpose. 

It was suggested by the speaker that the committee* 
could nut beannouneed ' '!) 

Mr. JSnc.'ianan said, that if the r 'aid on 

till to-morrow, the hou&e might th.-n udj..urn 
lax 5 and it was with this view that he had made 

'The question was then taken, and decided in the af- 
l he resolution WHS l.,id on the U- 

ble 

On motion of Mr. ./. //'. Taylor, it was ordered thai 
the lions - o'clock, proceed to the 

I.IK purl. 

csolution authorising U.e 
l..ws (l the \ 

, which having been ordered 
.. the lable, the house Adjourned. 

THClUiDAT'tS FR< 

The t^natt . % arioua 

,'ljoUMied till M(nil:i) D 
houte of r/;/-cUu/itiw,yeaterdav, tl, 
Jleubt.n Pon wab > ...mi. The resolution fll 

demik Uie standing committcefc lobe appointed, was tak- 
.d agreed m ; nd the house, m, Mr. //. 

-, adjourn till M- 
on motion of Mr. Polk. 

,,, tt.e whole on the sUUe oithl 
anJto.-kuplhe message oHh<- president, 

Btolutioni, referring the 
the appri.pi...;-c.>mii.i 

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house, when a brid disc 

k pltceou r.-.nlu.MM.b. - 

.odifications were made; and the resolutions were 
tben agreed to. The house then adjourned t.ll Monday, 
to allow time to the speaker lo select his commits 



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dolni. i apt 10 observe, "sufficient for the day it lh evil 
thereof." The jiositinn in which we have stood towards 
U* bank of i 1 ; *tea, is well known We were 

nod decided and active onpor, uf Ion, 



itional in its origin and daiMTOta w its power. 
We have not changed our opinion*, but < 
softened by time and circumstance*; and we I. . 
Mked ourselves, whether a eonsthuikmal 

! ic re pealed deeitimu of congress during 
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ed Mid illustrious eollcagm i of the convention, ;< 
ported by the almott unanimous, if not uim. 
meotof the hsjk* Irrtwnal known to onr law., might 
mot rather be aonskleted as ', than be for- 

ever subject to the dances of p.iblu 
AM rather by the impulse of feeling, than wit). 
liberation which a question of ao great magnitude de- 
I.STC made these suggest -on* to those oppo- 
sed to us concerning internal imprwemtnt % d wish to 
apply them for oar own use. We should not have voted 
to establish this bank, and certainly could not vote lor a 
renewal of us charter, without the introduction of some 
Import:. ' ;i then, in a spirit of con- 

ciliation; yet we think that the bank has rendered essen- 
tial services towards "establishing a uniform and sound 
currency," through the decided advantage afforded, that 
itt notes arc everv where receivable in payment of debts 
due the United States; and but for thu, the bank could 
'object of its institution 
likr those of :my other 
Weil oooduoUd bank. We doubt if there is exactly 
such a thing as '-a uniform currency." This depends on 
the current for money. A person would rather pay 
from 1 to 5 percent, tor good drafts on places where he 
desires to have money, than transport his specie thith- r 
and a reasonable allowance for the cost and risk of this 
should be made. We do not know the tariff of exchange 
established by the bank. In many cases, it makes drafts 
at par; its extreme rale is, perhaps. 2 per cent, pre- 
mium. But it often happens that specie dollars arc 
tnore than at that rate less valuable At one place than at 
another. If then the bank keen* its rate of exchange 
vuhin the allowance that should be made for the cost 
and risk of transporting specie, we suppose that it accom- 
-11 that could have been expected of it. On the 
other hand, the states should so guard their own banks, 
Tent them from becoming the mere tpfrit-ga- 
therinr agents of the hank ot the United States. Let the 
latter be fully charged with its great ostensible duty 
that of maintaining "a uniform and sound currency;" and 
the stale banks be considered as doing all that should he 
required of them, by the payment ot their own notes in 
(hose of the bank of the United States. This would act 
as a surrrr catcx on the latter, without, as it appears 
to us, being at all injurious or hazardous to the people; 
and we think that some proceeding of this sort 
c. i.bly necessary to the safety and utefulnett of the 
state banks, which must be mainly relied on tor local pur- 
poses. It would enable the state: banks to make whole- 
come and profitable extensions ol their accommodation*; 
and the circulating medium is now much smaller than 
the good of the country requires that it should be. The 
interests payable is too high and, on this account, for- 
eigners have a greate'r advantage over us. The controul 
which the bank of the United States now has, to prevent 
n overflow of unsound bank paper, would not be les- 
aanirl, ao far as the public interest is concerned; and 
the proceeding wculd present the best of all possible 
checks to an over-grasptng disposition in managers of 
that bank, A "balance ot power" would be kept 
which we should find safety. But we cannot do more 
than just hint at there things now. 

\Vc hope never to seethe idea, of a "national" bank 
realized. It would produce a "central power" tending 
to coruoUdatiiTi, a thousand times more dangerous 
has yet entered into the mind of the most rigid and ter- 
rified advocate of "stall- rights." 

THE Vim, .s. The church being 

found unsuited to the business of the convention, it re- 
turned, on invitation, to its former occupancy of t! 
, Hat 



its sessions early in the morning, for the accom 
modiitibn of the conven' 

This bod) now seems pi 
through its business Ti> 

appear t< -uh. -.. 

to some a "I especially as u> i 

nuition, which, M to both brand. 
. h.r established 

1 

i. There lias lv ;> shont- 

iiveniwn, which, with 

-h"ii we cut i (ID,! 
as well as to give several of tl. ,i ! n<ih. 

>ng resigned, m < 

' !' I? (t i... ur was uimnimonsly elected 
i, in Ins si. -a<l ; HIM! his plucr, as a delegate, w* 
supplied inlli Taylor of N ni :, Ik, !-. 

the delegation from London, kc. 

Covsuu. The following Portuguese consuls have 
been recognized in addition to those heretofore pub- 
lished: 

John P. Calhordart, esq. ol WHmfnfftl 
CHrolinn; Walter de Lac\ , ! of Xorlolk. for Virginia; 
"Idard, esq of Charleston, I irolma; 

and Elias Reed, esq. of 9ttvann ' (. -orgia. 



MR. MADISON'- 

In the Virginia convention, on tin- following resolu- 
tions, off ;' bj M; Upsliur, in that b<\\ nu the 2l inst. 

Retoh'fil, That the home ol il< Ic^.tes sliHll oonsitt of 
one hundred mnl twi -nt> members ol Indi tln-n- shall 
be chosrn, foi -the first district, or district west oi the 
Allc^hany mountain, 

For the second district, or district of the *Hey, 
For the third district, or district between the Blue Ridge 

and the head of tide-water. 
For the fourth district, or district between the head 

of tide-water, and the ocean, 

Ketolvtd, That the senate shall consist of thir^ 
bers, ol which there shall be chosen for the first district, 
aforesaid, 

For the second district, aforesaid, 
For the third district, aforesaid, 
For llif fourth district, aforesaid, 

Resolved, That tin: legislature shall have power to 
re-arrange (he representation in both houses of > 

eral assembly, once in every yearv up 

average of the following ratios, viz: 1st, of while popu- 
lation: '2<\, of white population and taxation combined: 
3d, ot the federal numbers. 

Frovidi-d 'hut th< number of the house of delegates 
shall never -xc< ! I '/i, northe number of the senate, 40. 
resolutions having been read from the chair, 

Mr. MADISOH rose, and addressed the c.omu 
a speech, of which the following is the outline and sub- 
stance: 

Although the actual posture of the subject before the 
committee might admit a full survey ot it, it is not my 
purpose, in rismp, to enter into the wide field of dis- 
cussion which has called forth a display of intellectual 
resources and varied powers of eloquence that any coun- 
.: be proud ol; and which (have witnessed with 
.tification. Having been, for a very long 
n nartieipaUosi in pr^ 

:.'-s, and under other disqunlificaUOM 
now, of which I am deeply sensihk , tlmupht perhaps 
less sensible than others, may p- rceive i 1 

II not attempt more than a few observations, 
.nay suggest the views i 

: which will consume bill little of the time of the 
ee, now become precious. It is mifnViM 
nat persons and property are the two great sub- 
jects on which governments are to act; that t!i< righti of 
persons ami the right* of property, are tin object* for 
the protection of which government was in ' 
These rights cannot well be separated. II i; personal 
right lo acquire property, which is a natural right, gives 
to property, when acquired, a right to protection, as a 
lit. The essence of government is power; and 
irtged, as it roust be, in human hands, will ever 
be liable o ^buse. In monarchies, the interests and hsp- 
pmessr.l !l mar *) acrrficer! to th" caprice and f' 1 '" 






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expenditure* for Uie year 1828, were 



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Military service, including 

licaiions.orduanc' 
dian aflaira, pensions, and 

,:m::.i!,.- in.!;..* .056 0* 

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leaving balance in the treasury, on the 

lit it.l^n.ian. lM,Of 5,072,435 81 

ccipts into the treasury, during the 
three first quarters df the present year, 
re estimated to bate amounted to 19,437,230 98 

17,770,744 5 

iG) 972,059 33 

nds 490,000 00 

.neous(Il) 904,427 Of 

The receipt* for the fourth 

ore estimated at 5,165,000 00 



Making the total estimated receipts of ihe 
year C4/,02,'230 98 

And, with the balance on the lit of Janu- 
ary, r .g n aggregate of SO, 574,666 79 

The expenditure* for the three first quar- 
ters of the present rear bare amounted, 

.stimate, io(I) 18,919,11405 

Viz: 

Civil, diplomatic and 
ccllaneous ,482,415 50 

Military service, including 
fortifications, ore! nance, In- 
dian affairs, pension?, arm- 
ing the militia, and inter- 
nal improvements 5,155,256 44 

Naval service, including the 
gradual improvement of 
the navy C.565,979 

Public debt 8,715,462 87 

The expenditures for the 4th 

quarter, including 3,089, - 

f .3, on account of the 

public debt, are estimated 



Making the total estimated expenditures 
of the year 26,164,595.10 

leaving in the treasury, oo the 1st of Jan. 
1830, an estimated balance of 4,410,071 69 



Of this balance, which includes the funds heretofore 
reported by this department us not effective, there ha>^ 
been reserved, under the 4th section of the sinking fund 
not of 1817, #2,000,000, and the residue haa been held to 
meet existing appr jprbtkuis. 

Dut, of those appropriations, it is estimated, on data 
recenilv lurnished by the proper departments, 

1st. Thai there will he required, to complete the ser- 
vice of ihe year 1829, and of previous years, $2,457,173 
'.neb turn will he expended in the year 1830. 

Thai the sum of $862,251 84, will not be rcquir- 

e.l for t'-c service of those years, and may therefore be 

applied, without being ix-appropriated, in aid ol (he ser- 

-T 1830; as will be more fully tated when 

Ike estimate* of the appropriations tor that year arc pre- 

1 liat the sura of $115,962 03 will becsrricd fo thr 
surplus fund, at the close of the present jear, either be- 



fn 183i' four and a ha' I per 



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Ihe objects for which it was appropriated ar* com- 
or because those moneys will not be required for, 
or will no longer be applicable to them. 
'f the public debt. 
-I amount of the public debt ul the 
I niied States, was, en the 1st of Janu- 

01,406,418 05 i Total redeemable in 1S32 



Funded debt 
Consisting of 
Sis per c 



58,362,135 78 







16,279,822 0* 



44,282 27 



28,965 9i 
9,261 27 
6,055 09 



sub- 
to 

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the United 

States 12,790,000 <S> 
Four and a 

half per et 

stocks 15,994,064 11 
Three peret 

stock -.>6,249 45 

Unfunded debt 
tmgof 
Registered debt 

being claims 

registM juior 

to the year 

1798, for ser- 

vices and sup- 

plies during 

the revolu- 

tionary war 
Treasury notes, 

outstanding 
Mississippi stock 

outstanding 
The payments mode, nd to 

be made, on account of ihe 

public debt, for the yrar 

amount to 12,405,005 86 

Ot this sum, there will have 

been paid for interest 2,563,994 fi5 
And on acsonnt of principal 

Leaving the total debt, on the 1st ot Janu- 

nry, 1830 
Viz;. 
Funded debt, as per state- 

ment K 48,522,869 93 

Unfunded debt, as per State- 

ment L 42,536 57 

Of the sum applied to the payment ot (he public debt 
in the year 1829, $10,049,63050 have accrued under the 
second section of the sinking fund art of 1817; which 
completes the whole amount of that appropriation up t 
the 1st of January, 18.30; and $2,355,375 30 have beea 
derived under the 4th section of the act, from the surplus 
moneys in the treasury. 

The payments of the present year being nppl 
elusively to the redemption of the six per cent, stocks, 
there will remain the following stocks, redeemable ac- 
cording to the respective contracts: 

In 1830 six per cents 0,440,550 17 

five per cents 18.901 59 

four and a half per 

cents 1,539,336 16 

Ou the 1st n| .January, 
1831, and subject to 
the last pavmenl of 
1830 18,901 59 



9,841,011 5 



48,565,408 



Total redeemable in 1830 

In 1831 (viz: on the 1st Jan. 1S32) 

five per cents 1,018,900 72 

four and a half per 

cents 5,000,000 OU 



Total redeemable in 1831 



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tioa. Asautiliary lu thisundr 
Uet M ' been prepared 

biUlhe amount of duties accruing on u-> 

4i lire gemrallv nt foreign productions. 

\ exhibits the tariff of <lutk- 
rh article* 

a* far at hat been atccr 

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veaue, can on h be atcrr 

nntevhat mruwwd I-V tin- n; 
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Tb various doliet deToll on t; depart- 

<tion to cutom houses, and land 

* ITS not tut:. 

-.,w. These are liablcto be enlarged by succcs- 

sire gmdutiu.5. under special exigencies, 

lative MtirlHin, nun! the powers ut .mnitto 

perform indispensable duties arc derived from usage. 

Ilia nature, are those ex- 

jiJsjoil in the payment* ; \urnaci of llie 

cuticr sci VK . wharf et, and 

warehouses, belong 

iiiinii to 

i compensation; in the allowance* 

or s inttructed to mvcslipale transactions of custom 
house and land ofllces; to asiistsnt counsel, and for costs 
10 suits fcnJ m-ust*Mi'ns, "d fur \arious services of less 
majrnit ' objects an 

ceirers of public moneys, or by 

drafts 0*1 1 th.-i,i Irnm tin- treasur* (!< p-ulnn-i.i ; bring con- 
sidered aa incidc-niHl to these branches oi 
isdetirable that all such payments should be as specifi- 
cally sanctioned by law as those made out of in 

isury. 

The secretary of the treasury deems it proper to make 

known to congress, that the duties imposed upon won!- 

len foods, under tl. I9lh May, IttS, have, in 

pursuance of an instruct ion from the treasury depai tint nt 

dated 1 1 B, ber.-n < harmed upon th- 

value ot sueb goodt, without the addition < : 

turn on the cost of those imported from the Cape of 

v place beyond the same, or from be- 

.>!*: florn; or ten per cci.lum on those from any 

r country. 

Tl. lav, it is believed, mar admit of a different con- 
struction; but as the orders for 'l he importations, 
instruction above referred to, with a know- 

ledge of its operation, now to u<l<i lit'- J'l or the I" |><T 

thr cost of such Roods, would probably 
ilie wit to a class li :s fairly con- 

i.e importer, ami increase the duty very 
'ialb to hit these vircunutane- 

+ 3 tliere may he some doubt x to tli- > 
if the law, it IMS bttn d- !T nc>l to diblui'i lU- 

listing construetifii, but to submit the matter to the con- 
^>dratton of congress. 

Another subject, somewhat simitar in tlcirnclcr, has 
I een, for ^pecul reasons, differently disposed of. A de- 
duction ol fire per cent, on the invoices of brottd ilnihg, 
for measurement, has become an established uugi: of 
trade. This usage* s p 

tioa iasuc'l by the tiTasury defiartnient, on tlie '.>\\\ Sep- 

tember, 1-.2S, l.ut which Isnd b mtrued 

by the * l some, 

; hero mi measurement. 

nod at >st; by wh, t rxtes of 

duties < i < nap" vl. ltwMS<! 

. ^n f..r as il' 

Uiseal would admit, to uniform 

it Ue Uuitetl States. In preparuiK t 
nry rcguUtiows for tins purpose, it ered tlut 

" ;xrr cent, deduction WMS or 
.t purports to be, on "measur. 
This basis was also recommended by not her .. 
important consideration, viz: the ui, 
The allowance b? ; measurenr 

i-hant juasduty on the i> >ng to be 

.mpniicfi; but if made on price ;t is 

her to a lower 






class, in which cats* 'in- ilutv l.y the amount 

lUllMI lllL' llllll. 

classes. ' < ' (?lj led on tin 

:lu- allowni 

uly. Itutthis 

''i ')se or- 
ders hi*'! 

PI ol iliittahlu 

! cloths arc, 

consequently, subjected to nn l- r than was 

, the order* Tin* repu- 

I 

these importers, and ihnrcase is suhnnun! to il, 
ogress, who alone can 

-< crctary of the trcasui . 

n of congress to some ID > UK- < xistin^ 

laws, as *< 

navigation, as for the better sc- 

i.f (In- revri 

.'i to licensed for < . . n..- ai; 

vessels, opei . 'n some 

lit Km In , o( tliat business; it requires. change 

<>l ' strui ' ^rl, or of n\iurship, l>v ti, 

fer ol tl< : ;.:<ii IK i i;t of a new 

it r>t'j4 new duty. 

'I'll.- Ixinnty allowed on vessels en. (he COtl 

fisheries nn<! r tooil to l. unl:.v* lul!v '.>f.oi,r-.! \,\- mmc 
. ,] .,i tli-' m:<tk-n.l t'isli-rics. It il 

: he fish e.urril or i Miortr'il, wi'hou; 
ilf, urouM beiirr pro- 
mote ! ':iay hf consnl-rtd aspro- 
per to be given to ' ' '" ^laduxted 
to any *c...U-, :u..!. l.einj; more M ! i|lf in its form, would 

to abuse. 

!( is found that the pre- .'ing cus- 

tom hnu ;.ro|>or- 

As sinking instances of 
this inc(|U:ilil\ n ; 
th:ui douhi' t! 

ploy tht-m; nd, at some ports, iMiMom houses ^r 
or purchased hy the govermnenl, while at others, they 
ure provided at the expense ot collectors. 

Thi- tees of office are liable to be variously computeJ, 
:i constHtit source of emb^i r :ssineitt in the trans- 
action of business. The^ .<(!, m.i\ I- 

; co-njieiiiution ly salary^ 

)1\ substituted; retain ing, however, those Ottls^H 

i es, entries, ,.nl permits, and that class of 

! the officers to re* 

\anceofthose acts on the pan 

! shippers, which may be deemed es- 

.sions now allowed to collectors, on bonds 
put in - 
them and the district altoi > 

..nil tlit 

.\e a salutary stimulus to the disci 
duties. 

.onal provision of Uw is deemed neceasarjr 

t puhlie hooks 

..Uorne)s, niMi-slmU, customhouse Mini i 
errs, in pursuance of orders from the proper 

, .Uors of the appraisers of imported gomts have 
been gr ilie "act in alteration of the sev- 

eral nets imposing duties on imports," passed 1'Jtli May, 

To give the proper efficiency to thai 1 
service, it is necessary to have warehouses and 

, s ', and 

I rep*i ! that the persons cmpi 

I nraiters should In- m> : 

. ..rk, wliere i; .irly half i 

, lite wttcl' 

appruisittg ilevolves on two officers, who :.re exclu 
retp l \ ; and yet, all theassi:/ 

can In.' provided -.'ipplieil ind;r. rtiy, nn ' 

der an implied power. To avoid the embarrass 

i;-om sickness, or other necessai 
;ir.:h ol tlic*>e officers, an additions.1 aj>[H 

.sable. It is also deemed advis- 
able tii.u the conn; ..ppitiikcrs at all the porU 
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M th. Uooed S**e arw nhji Hi ito 

oo ^r^. i>k yc 

bo gtvoo to the Mtiesiy 14 rwoooo ojows, to oioorisv 
ibg rrioMoiotoMto Ukrs, of portion of tto pro- 

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UrteteMcd. jr ihr MOMtiuo it oflbt ! O|MC the rv- 
ou coronrtJiiooof ihoor. who OM ooJ y W rutroAcd by 



If ito jioriUoii of foodsv or of 

othrr per* u iKn tto Moportrr, <oojd to boroltj ooW 

prioeip*! on oilBoi tooottood*, >! 

> re the ooot " t Biililndoo toododojo 

ooroBord* It wooJd, soeh CMC, depend on the MM* 



fto 



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lht tlumocl. The 

r |tt> ''"tr- 
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hnvy loe* to tto rvtvooo, 
Mjorktt* to tto iolerrols they were i 
Ctperieoee to* protod. ttot; by lna 

n,,, 1 I. r, ,|,ry rfS o.lwar,-.. ^rental. 

to tto gowoojeoL Tto term* 01 |*j OMOI 
oow pmctacd b U*. r* M foUovt. 

lor. nod oMote oo ito inoicni oVoret of AoMritn, or 
^hUenfrm*. bt t, nod |OX oe toft b MMto, ooo 
Mfll IMHOV 






i m i s '.. i > 

the U rcojoin 

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goods rntiilo! 
t xerr 



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OotoJt9 

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met. U od tOM). one-third in S Moths, 



Oo all goods, (other itoa wr, wtc.aod oM.lhM 
ported IrooiMj other plocetto. Hurtle .od.W <V< 
Cdin,ooo-<liMol I mowh., cw-'i.^! , to innofffci, 



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NILES' REGISTER MX. in, 1629 WAR DEPAR'l M KM 



On ta* imported fron> China or Europe, stored as se- 
curity for do f of two years is allowed When 
delivered for consumption, th iedinf 

. naeredttof Amontln with vcuno 
asMl not exceeding $SM, 8 months, over $5(0, 13 roomhs; 
the credit not in any case to extend beyond the two years 
allowed on deposite ot the tea* 

Os> wines and apiriu, stored aa seeontv for duties, the 
note credit, on delivery, aa if not stored, not to exceed 
19 mm 

rm of 6, 9. and 1 months, might he adopted 
as a feir average of eiistinr credits. A change, n .- 

f.-.'iicr I pr M ..-,-IHI-I. r -<,!.! r, .t ',. > n'.My It-ll ill I he 
Donation; and the reduction of 

file duties on leas, and xmic other importations front 
ii that be thought advisa- 
J cretin 
he orterests of navigation in that n ; 

mooted somewhat increases the length 



awki 



Us on m|*Tiiions from the \Vtst lnd I ;.- 
\ he observed, thut (he profits ol the 
trade, being reduced to thnr minimum, eve- 
l*i. In* given to it, could not hut be felt in the 
i merer and navigation of 
States; those colonies being almost the only 
many of the staple produc's of several t <l ., 
i ther prom< 
- ts and some other 



iso worthy ofaooasderaticw, whether any modi- 
view to improve 

the \Veat India ITK 'i advantage, be ar- 

ranged in sm rcnre to the 

ons of those colonies into which American navi- 
gation i 

'. ing** in the cred.t svitom. and of a 

. upon the i -sts of the n:> 

tion, Ol? .re (Uggcoted MS incidental .cti- 

.: ; not he deemed of 
such a char** f tifv a revision ot the 

.n -A nmdificxtion 



rotata throughout the civil, i 

i in sekrnee and arts, no longer n.trn -upt-d by war, 
have bet n directed to other objects, tuui iea- 

which had been long on the flood, ii uiuilioHv ebb 
even under a depreciated m. ? < i. r. l 

ii labor and products K 
ure not ret adjnued. l 

onequnlly on thr <hfV> r 

to m:r i^nint to r 

do not real) I ( may be loug before n ; 

>ii) world uill In- MRit.. 1 



gles of its 



t i , Ms. > 



> others, ill' 

ificMtioni oi /Ions 

are *n ...y he <lou!>' JIMV 

degree 

(l Sp" l( 

cs 

id mn, stp , mul.iUun, and 1^ 

wealth, are perhaps the 

ui 'ititaimnpa sul* ' nun in lli- \:ii ions m 

tions ol hiniixn i ni< rp- 
fore, of themon- -lual 

and irregular net ton vkhirh in NO obviously pr<ju<! 
hoih to Htdiridual and pit' . 

Whatever objects m:iy. in the wisiloin .i 
meiit, be found tor tin- :i|.pln ;iion ot surpln 
ufter ' ,- lit si, all ii. pMi'!, (h. : 

remain a co . \hith n 

with, by n 

reduction will pi 

' resulting ' 

prcsston in the price of proj 
repeal ot a tax is sin:ilxr nt is 
ol SO nmch :innn:il fK ; : 
various specu s of labor ution winch it was v i 



I'til 



ier in. oljvctS. It rn:iv h upon e\i-r\ ;n;!:\ 



'"ii. lit ., i,, pi( ;nition ' 



PI ?\>er, < of tii.s nature, to keep 

. iiment, whe- 
ther ex- distribution, or reduction 
of taxrr. r i>t the public, tn-asurc, 
requires to In: exercised v t ^rtarded nd stea- 
dy pvrpote of uniting ah - jottice in the 
ll an undue portion ofcap- 

- onepurfiui . is abun- 

dant,^ 

its. The u,n.e oprmt^u will c^use m lej-st a rebtivf 
on the pi r pursuits from v. ! 



The extinguishmi |.nhltc debt tends to the 

same result in aunth, M . Pbe iotereati .** .tow paid 
to c;ipit:.li-,fs. rirofils ol 1^ 



italha* r<n 

> ,. ! !i\ MK 
*, in its natur 



: money 

t to regu):*' i.il nction 

tigv* in human 



ib!< i u n aduplioi! 



in all measinea <>f this th^ractt i I .tr must 

iicreas< 

aaterrupt in i . ( p-.ni(,ui grotli wh.Ji brat 

i^l nrospt-ril*. So injnri 



*rc f , 



employ- 



Maeots,\Ut it has been even donbt<*d whether th 
live genius ot .-ana for 

saving labor, and multiplying m?<-tunical pow r 
proved rather aa evil ihun a benefit. A clos<:ob!x.rvn.cc 
f this op-rrmtton will, hoevcr,demonsti.i 
re may be >. 

I.e sup- 

hava been auperseded so suddenly as to 
le*e them dcpt r. , 

:. tlii% w<,uld not : 
.M. t.n.e, 

.; 10 be 

" thus ipcredtd, will, 

' .e next 

irpbace, and' those who 

lunnot enter upon new pursuit*, thf, liopclor 

themselves, may yet be consoled wiih a better prospect 
for pos- 
it may nut be in; -hsene, th^tato: 

aking place .n n.-ay -tiveemploy- 



cMpital 

'i nnpi .duilivc, Hill ci-vk a , 

\ a new m.|. 
,)rit, iii 

* -\ }.>\\< ' 

itUpOtttkma on '.h. !.<i.ur empioxed >n UK-SC pursuits, 
in these : > i -. the arts iiuve MII < ntil U . n 

p rfi ction, h. . i ;; x j;ri :it i 

ol that 

luhor; but th--si- burtlu iu jtdl i M Ui< liut lit- 

tle prospect , ti. In tin i iiu in- 

'I Suits w ill h;u 



|<ial to ' 

and it is wor- 



i- that of oil. 
n their re-, 

riod, in null) lor ad t Jin m^ the 

economy of (he American pt-oplt , jn 



; : 'i 



that 



other i-' 'tous, or 

s, than thy. 
approaching. It is known that the most utn 

< ndi7.el ni. 

o blMll Mviid I in-most in 
tins luu 'it success ;. 

: 'bur prople but A 
high r. .t IIHUOIIS. 

All whi.:i . r. ;.. iiully subiiiiK 

1) I\(,II \\|, 
Src>cm>-y fjft/tc trccr 
..sury elff)(.' 1^, IS'-W. 

KPORT OF TIIR flKCBLTART OF Witt. 

/>/ . \ ovtmber, I 

Toll*;,; SKI: 

war submits to the jirestdcnt i, 

< d Stales a report, shc-wii.:; iln: manner in *hicl 

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It N MM prtMMble, dMi ^Iwts m^rre arrt etvi 







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Ihit nuaaieitiua tae X%dor<l j*ry i lW ferm 

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the 



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.1 . 19, 18*9 WAR HI M \K I'M KM. 



o l,e si- 

: pvrr. 
, not in 



These speak of an increased admission of ra- 
tions to officer* when "cnmm 

;.iary, not M . 

crrinr of war, wr 

tor il.- 

tended as M j.i . 

'opted rrcul t be iaeonl 

uji|M>tituiti. to exists;; law*. 

To guard apumt all unforeseen eontm^ncK-s a* to 
tke pay of oflbrr*. I 

rmy on 

some Axed and crrtaio bast*, so that all honlc' 
alary officer*. The lutidtrs which smii -.- 
would afford to the accounting officers of the U 

. while an vnlinl li.n t.: wi>uld result 

ill- wouhl prove 

wore satiftfi, 

mg items of account ,!.s.dl,-w,d . !, as by 

different disbursing officers d .- >ns nnd con- 

clusions as to existing laws are entertain* d, has not 
n introduce difficulties to il , nt, and 

oftentimes embarrassment to the officers. By attach- 
ing to each grade, from the major general, a salary 
certain and speti* nt upon no contingency, 

results would be attained, and greater satis- 
faction produced to those who .u !. The only 
contingencies of pay m.nt authors .i might be for sta- 
tionary and potagV; and for transportation, whin pm- 
undri< "'" on ' P osl |0 another, 
Already pertains to the depan- 
.it particular posts, an allowance of 
increased rain ie in some degree 
-.1 item greater at some 

places than at others, and which, on principles ot justice, 
should be placed upon some ground of equality. A tab- 
ular statement from the paymaster general is annexed, 
bowing the amount of pay, brevet pay, and emoluments, 
that are annually received by officer * in their respective 
grades, as informal. on and data by which to regulate the 
allowance of salary, should it be considered expedient 

Fron. i of the head of the engineer corps, it 

will be perceived that some amendments and changes are 
proposed. I heg leave to say, that, as regards tin- ob- 
jects of national defence, the suggestions oft' , 
worthy of high con ', nn|<i<ivmg the naviga- 

tion of our rivers, bays, and harbors, constructing roads, 
and, ab(-\e all, u.ct.ng tin &< important fortifications 
which are lo constitute the future defences ot the coun- 

> corps forms an essential reliance. Intelligent 
: nd skillul, these branches of service have been confid- 
ed to them, and tl \ where 
displayed is a manifestation of their worth and value to 
the country , added (o which every thing ot safety and 
strict accountability for funds placed in their hands, is 
constantly regarded to the entire satisfaction ol the de- 
partment. The same remark, however, and in equal 
s applicable to all the disbursing officers connect- 

he war department. If it be tin- pKaur> 
gress that the important - ot the 

country shall continue, and a desin : utly is 

possessed thu those authorized work, shall , 
creditably to the spin u thi.1 projects them, there is no 
plan to be suggested preferable lo an enlargement ot 
lhiscorps.tr, that the em 

government for all such objects ma) be on tin 
lion*. At present, the number amhr>riz< d u alto^t'iei 
the objects requiring utcnl.on, lo at] 

the numerous and fre<juent atiplications from the 
to be afforded the benefit of ti. , and 

!>e depurtmcnt, owing to the paucity of their num- 
ber*, in repeated instances, have been constrained to re- 
fuse, when every disposition was felt t? accord to the re- 
quest. 

This report nw-nuih' sfmr, condition, and 

progress, of the different luri.f.ra'.r 

i ongres*, Uy sotae rror of estimate and 
Tact, the appropriation jof last year (or ti 
it Fort Jackson, on the Mississippi river, has fallen short 
of the object: and mcomenkr , 



I early appt that 

\c iDstitiicirnt, it was suggested i 

r si t spurt "for the re- 
." inijjht not bo 
! 1,1 ti,. h- 

^as refused, on the mminl of authority 
It n now submitu il I, r ih pin;. 

,'proprialion, that, IK tore i IK- sickly season 
ou tlu- MIHSI-. nces, the woik may be in pro- 

gress; otlin v. : stand deferred, and be greatly 

retarded for another v tar. 

< ummunication of the board ot visiters, which 

.,,ntitr rejuTt ,! t!i<. becd of the en|beer corpt, 

will she.- -ion and stale ot ilx- m licuy acudt-, 

; , thi% institution, pn-judicrs, in st;ii. 
(ions of th- lounii \ , l i: \i- in , ii rnteriained, iinbutnblc, 
perhaps, to the cinumstann ii 

< d, nor its benefits duly apprn i:,t> .!. \\ < 
arc becoming a in. I stroni; p 

..IK! n'cndii,^ our i . xions throughout 

tin- Civilized world. 1'iotnil.r ( -\\ . : <! d by 

other nations in times past, we are warm ,1 LI tt.c- belief 
that jealousies, und disagreements, and contests, ure to 
be expected to come upon us. I'ltidencf to :\oid and 
preparation to meet such a sla'e of things, \\\ 
il n-d unavoidable, is demanded b\ jjard to 

our safety and our institutions. Men can no more be- 
come soldiers intuitively and by instinct, than they can 
attain to a knowledge of any other profession in lite. 
Information tnus* prepare, and experience qualify, in all 
situations. At this institution, UK- m tuns ol '.I: 
men ol ilie country will dawn and ripen, and ii 
ot their services be found in i:.'Mn-nis ol 
But, besides this high and estimable consideration; it 
may be looked to HS one of the strong bonds ot out- 
union. Two hundred and sixty young men, us 
for a time, with all those attachments created which 
early friendship inspire, cannot fail to s cure, for the fu- 
ture, increased strength and durability to the govern- 
ment. Here educalion, and good conduct, ;nd military 
discipline, are regarded; und while the mind is led tor- 
waru and trained to useful thought, all those high feel- 
ings which constitute an honorable sense of j>; 
are cherished and regard' d. At no period bs !.< in- 
stitution been in a more Sourish icj; condition. ' 
1 li:\i r, the efficient superintendent, aided by prokssors 
of liberal endowments, zealous in the \ if- im;<:uv ot the 
h'nh trusts confided to them, are pressing it forward to 
a state ol advancement, of whu h [in-srntU tli< ( 
will have cause to be proud. Some additional improve- 
ments, suggested as necessary by the supi i inu mlrnt, and 
lncli will involve but a slight increase ot expense, are 
desirable, and will prove beneficial. The necessary ex- 
planations as to what is proposed, will be found to ac- 
company the application. 

A reference to the report of the ehiel of the ordinance 
will show the particular de-tail s ! u that branch 

of the service; it ments attention. It has been Ii <j<u-tit- 
ly obsei \ e bea way to avoid war is lo be in 

preparation. In this poii.t nt view it is >! 
the appropriations to be made for clothing our fortifica- 
tions should correspond with the probabl 

ipletion. U would indeed M mortifying rc- 

ntlrr the labor :-nl cobt which has b en t-iKOun- 

te-red fin ..nuM rest in the power ot" 

.rt! ut war, lo seize and deslroT 

MIL- iruMii) i! :,d u.t been placed in rcadi- 

f.ce 1 . 

From the report it will be pcrcie-ved that, t *! 
sintaDUtial rate of Hppropi iation, to wit, $100,000, six- 
1 have passed before u proper 

supply of srrn for (hose fortifications now in progress- 
. As regards this sub- 

coti i M- most ai^uahle to be pursued would be, 

that the armament ; <-hf;uld pi ogress corres- 

. wi<1> t!ie works themsehes; not that they 

Uiould be iituurned, :m'J. 1) txposuiftu the weather, 

c!.ca>ed and useless, but that the guns, being at 

itici.i, and the carriages in ixadmess, on the p- 

\f,r, suitable jirrpar.il ion for re-sistance 

might, at all defeasible 'points,' ppc: the ob- 



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licable to a proper ciccutmn of the 
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Tbo onatoM boeee r**ipt at K*y Weot, am4 tke I 



ty ol tbe labafcaaati to ptotoot freoi MM* pcal aa- 
aaeH. mty agon to IMMTMO tW propnety ol plaaMf a 
SKfcSJtr*. (W tWCoJeZi r.ULr 



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L the Male of New York, pU<rd b the hak of the prt . 
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DEC. 19, |89-WAR DEPAfcTM! M 



try, ha* been executed for the 
iBKfro: 

ield* an anm o $3,385 60. O 



- 
illc-.or through an accidi-utnl inju'n 

mr^c of I. ii (July, n just 



ing, as your attoi 
that the' proceeds 

the saov 

Kid ati; 
do mor- . 

to do si\ 


tiecctaart cxphi 

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mm< concept in; i ot tl. Phej 

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mount on! . i eriultmg from 

tin- pnm ., A\ M '.! in trust lor ihelr bm fit I ii, .,,r- 
eAfUJTHi ti 

he necessary to b ir, and a 

like sura on . 

the nuc; " rs, au*l 

n-h have occurred 

' 

lorty-ooe Save di-d, being nn^ < turmcr, 

The amount appro- 

)ns i*lle>ici>n*Mjerah!) fchort of the demands upon ihe go- 
vernment. For th*- present it is estimated at $50,000, 
though, : , it will exceed that amount. A defi- 

ciency appearing at the payments in September last, ihe 
president oft' -talcs' bank, Mr. Biddle, volim- 

^rae forward and tendered any advance oecriftary 
to meet the drfu-k-ncy, and tlu rely enabled the govern- 
lulfil ih< ir engagements to those claimants of the 
revolution. Soon as the precise amount thus voluntarily 
advanced from the bank can be ascertained, through M re- 
port of the particular d. heit ui different Hgt-nti^s, a klate- 
t.d, that il ma> be repaid through an 
early i> It will bi- taceis^r). the fund heiug 

completely exhausted, to appropriate, generally, for this 
at some early period of ihe session, that reinit- 
tances may be made to distant parts before Mured n<,.\:, 
s to the peoiioncr on the government 
thereby guarded >. 

^ulation was fuund to have been adopted in the 
war department, which c<> 
ed as a : "ii- ; MI *ll cases whcr 

. 1 show thai he w..& *."tli less than $960. 

- - 

adopted late <u December, 18-S. inforrauti"i> ,t it * , 

.hrough the slates, 

and applic '.i-ins were ias>t iiresenlmg thenw : 
March, l...i regulation was resoke<:, 
first, Ih4t the apprtiprwtwn to: 

. -nt for those, who, previuusl) t 
thjilor. itted; and secondly, that the ixg- 

ulattoii > be of a character which none but 

COBfreii H d .< right to make. 

'1 hr law* respecting invalid pensions reijuire n-vision. 
As they now tai,<1, . the consinictiuns given to 

ii the army, and can 

obtain .1 ml his ill health or state ot H 

so > icknrs <-i 

> , no mallei 
1 to N (tensi-.: 

perkxis from the expin.1 <m of their si i mebliod, 

and it is rep' e ot being stationed 

at som< 

c^sex the 
iblish the i 
ty to b .e list of (>ensioners. Iflhia shall con- 

rpreiaUon given to ihe Inws u 
subject, the list of invalid pensioners must continue great* 



!' will i:p|. 

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fronlKik uu ,.l, howerer, 

nothing > - i emit, 

i tli i 

"'" 'I :is Jesup and 

.-uirantee fer 
the pad' : ilu-renon. 

.venworth, , ,utl ot 

; i Plane, i talso i 

i,;!it, tliut !n 
"' he t . It was according 

.s, and some of the Ji- uncs of 

dri-cJ UHMJCC to the feanta I- 

to give ; our weslei : , etkNM 

to retire 's reai* 

rttJ itftt'm 
uliness to pnxeed upon tl. 

I.M-S wjtii \; 

dcbllli, 

while a belter rflei ' In.lians, 

. sUtionxry at anr n m.t. Tliig 

overland traJ- s the product 

nl our cour.tr* ;:t.,j buck "m exchange the gold 

and silver of Mexico, promises to be valuable, and roer- 
iU some attentiott on Ihe p^rt of the govcrument. I'hr 
confidtuei; inspired b) the furnished escort, induces a be- 
lief th.ii thr trade will pro\u- beneficial. It is shewn, by 
recent i. received, that the return of thosa 

traders i the United Slates will bring in exclunge, in 
Ihe present year, for whal was taken oat, at lea&t $300,000 
in specie. 

1 would suggest thu propriety of granting a discretion 
to this department, to supply a portion ot tl. 
tinned along our western borders with horv s, ilrl;, ue- 
ir.R well rquippi-ii, U.LV might act wilh iuoi- , f{, 
Mounted men Mould afford a securer protection, and give 
l more stlu; ,,on mamudm- par-ties of 

Indians, nd tuwartls thr tribes themselves. (Garrison! 
. 

..I'-ics-, l( xt i 
niischievous act. 

acl.vt- in > rind J'Ule difficulty in 

: 'e o \ertal i slay 

'hfm I. ! at th ame 

time crciite b> - 

army a worthy to be considei <-i! 

the benefits man likely to be produced to our 
frontier and its inhabitant* 

!n tribes within our limits, it ia im- 
porthnt I ourselves tliat some definitive plan 

should be a-lopt- .1 t > maintain them as a people, wilh all 
> 9 of courtesy and justice suitable lo ihcir 
! which may be in our power to extend. 
Kxperience proves, thai, wilhin Ihe states tl.ey cannot re- 
i difficulties havp th*-ealenc<l to arise out 
o! tln. subject, and ^rester enes may in Ouure b 
p*ted. Tli" sti lei 

people posn-vr ' 

c.idMit 
ot any coatr 

A <M,' 

i pU Uit, r . . 

free from /II *ute mlcrfe , i, e y should 

retire to; not through -i be exercised, 

bat by a course which shall satisfy them clearly that it U 






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270 



REfilSTi :<i C0?s<,i 



Mr. //" 



bmit 



d the lolloping retold t 
:imittee on 

instructed to inquire into the etp< 
reverted Ian 

to is*ue lo purchasers who are in anxai lor wen 
quantities of the ir re*p.-. I I* pro- 

portionate to !: and alt 

expediency of authontinp 

o! Mich purchasers, cnp to uim- I TS paid, 

or patent*, to istur ' rs of certificate*, oil 

thepajment of an add twnal mm m riven time. 
TW senate nto the consideration of execu- 



tive 



wh.ch 



nor* orBKrBMiKTiTATiTr.4. 

TftvrtoVi.v, />rr house proceeded to ballot 

for chaplain, when il.r rM . Itriihri. PoU, having n- 
eehrrd majority of the whole number of votes, was de- 
clared rfBl* 

The resolution of Mr. Conflict directing the :iji;.<>mt- 
ment of the standing eommiiurs, was taken up mid 
greed to. 

The house went into committee of the whole, and took 
tip the president'* message; the various portions of it 
were referred to the respective committee* without le- 
hate, until thi was considered relative to ma- 

nufactures, which gave rise to tome discussion. It was 
in the following words: 
, That 



, so much of the said message as relates 

) od incation ol the existing tariff of duties on goods 
imported into thr I , be referr. 

rnrttee on manufactures. 

Taylor said the gentleman who presented 
the resolutions, (Mr. Polk), had prepared them so as to 
present the various points in the moat clear and perspic- 
uous manner; but there were two classes ot modifica- 
tions in the message, one of which begins thus: "The 
rule to be applied in graduating the duties upon 
articles o foreign growth or manufacture, is that which 
will place our own in a fair compi tition with those of 
ether countries," fccc. presenting the great primipk m 
regard to the protection of American manufactures. 
The other class, referred to in the I Oth page commences 
thus: "Inking forward to the period, not far distant, 
when a sinking fund will no longer be required," :md 
COiot on to state that in reference to tea and coffee, a re- 
duction of the existing duties ''will be felt as a common 



fie said it WHS originally his object to avoid 
the inference that the prcnl< -nt recom- 

mend any increase, but only a diminution <>l duties. Hr 

1 to nnpl\ lh:t t! 

message on <>t tin- mm! 

of the 1 1' :iir o! dutus. 

,ht it might as n 
to the reiluctinn of the duties. Tin- Un^'Mp nt V 



sage is <> reduction *s to inc. 

!iu'-i,t ol the ^enllcmsm 
w York, wlni-h had been Hist m 
object was to convey the idea that tin 
duties, whether to increase or dnniin 
to the coin 

!, %;.', tin n t.ikrn on tin Mini-mlmci, 

' '-solution, as thus wmcnded, was then agi 
Mt Cfttltfjn made xn inefTcctual motxni : i < I. r thr 
purt ol tin- nit-skuge uluch relates to 
Deoator to the commit 



naval aflxirs. 



mttee of claims, inttcad of that on 



Hts object was to move an amendment lo this resolu- 
tion, which would have the effect ot that part 

which relates to such modification :is looks to the protec- 
tion of our own manufactures, to the committee on ma- 
nufactures, while it refers so much as pertains to the 
modification contemplated b) the reduction of the duties 
on tea and coffee, which is exclusively a revenue arrangc- 
the committee of wavs and means. Only so far 
as the duties arc regulated with a view to the protection 
ol onr manufactures is it properly an object of reference 
to (he committee on manufacture*, lie would therefore 
nmcnd the resolution by inserting, after the 
> Mrnte'l States,' the words 'with a view to the 
protection of manufactures. ' 
The question being on the amendment, 
Mr. />& suggested an amendment by adding to Mr. 
Taylor"t amendment, the words * 'except that part which 
to the reduction of the duties on teas and coffee, 
;t referred 10 the committee on ways and means;" 
but, after a lew remarks from Messrs. Tuylur and /jrrr- 
srUhdrewH. 

/ l> iffit then stated that he disliked the phrase- 
ology of the amendment. It seemed to be framed .,-,.!. r 
the unpreaaiun that th modifications recommended hr 
the menage looked excl >r benefit of tin- ma- 

nufacturers. He hoped thai thii impression was not the 
correct one. 

Several proposition* were next submitted which caus- 

ed a brief discussion, when finally the question was taken 

on Mr. 7 Yiy/or'* amendment and decided in the negative. 

Mr. Storrt, of N Y. then n.oYed to amend the resolu- 

tion so as to make it read as follows; 



That so roach of tte president's message 
relates to domestic manufactures be referred to the 
committee on mannftenr 



llu 11th resolution was as follows: 
1 1. Iteitulvril, That so much of Mid message ai 
to the extension of the judiciary sjstem ot th> 
States, and also so much of said message as relates to 
the release of insolvent debtors to the government, be re- 
ferred to the committee on the judiciary. 

Mi Taylor moved to insert in this resolution as fol- 
lows: "And so much as relates to outstanding dehtt due 
the U. States." This am. ndim nt Mi I'aj I or subse- 
quently modified so "And so much as relate* 
to the tratislerol th- supi-rvisory power over Mlitu ' 
by the I mil d Si-ui-s, which is now vested in an .> 
ing officer of the 'reasury, to the atlornr) ^cnt-nd," and 
to strike from the fifteenth resolution the same words. 

Which amendment, as thus modified, v 

The resolution was then further ami tided on the mo- 
tion of Mr. Conflict, of New Jersey, by adding, "And 
frauds on the treasury." 

And as thus, amended it was adopted by the house: at 
was also the residue of the resolutions reported from thr 
committee of the whole on the stale of the un. 

The speaker laid before the house two commun. 
from the 1st comptroller of the tua^nr* , ;u comp:mi-d by 
the rumual lists of the balances from the hook of t li- 
ter ot the treasury and the third auditor of the treasury, 
which were laid on the table and ordered (o be printed. 

On motion of Mr. .S'/vr-r*, of N. Y. the hous- 
that, when it adjourned, it should adjourn to Monday 
next. Adjourned. 

Monday, Dec. 14. R. 11. \ nlamler 

Steven* , of Pa. and Edward Dudley, of N. C. appeared, 
were qualified, and look their beats. 

The speaker announced the following committees: 
On election* Messrs. Alston, i .tborne, 

Randolph, Johnson, oi >;m. 

On tcays ami wtiitxM,'*^ rpl.mk, 

, SmMli. (.1 N ;<. lnprrso||, (,.' rlon. 

iinu Messrs. Williams, \\lnttl- 

Intire, Karnsey, Lea, L 

(hi comm>:t Messrs. Cambreleng, Xewton, (iot- 
ham, U 'id, Hoannl, Wayne. 

On fnihltc tor/*--Mesiri. Isacks, Jennings Duncan, 
Hunt, I'otlei . Irvm, ol Ohio, ( 

On pott officet and fiwt roatu Messrs. Johnson, of 
Ky. Conner, Mxp.r :|. \h < i .< ,\. Camp- 

bell. 

Dutrict of Columbia Messrs. Powers, Allen, 
Wash "um, Taliafcrro, Ihn.-, 

"irv MebSTS. Hnd, .inn.XV ickliffc, Storrs, 
, of S. C. Houldin, KUsworlh, V 
La. 

>>i'iry claim* Messrs. Burgess, Dickinson, 

.it;, IJrown. 
On f>iU>Uc ejc/fenditttret M:rs. Hall, D:M nport. of 

^;K-ncer, of Md. ! 
son, of Ohio, Worton. 

land claim* Messru. Gurlcy, Sterigere, 
Us, Pettis, Test, ' ior. 

On innnufactureg Messrs. Mallar] 
I ' ^f --tin. DanMI, Trv VfooeJl. 



.'-CONGRESS. 



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,lor 



Oo motion of J. H'.To 
Drr. 



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> for mnubcrt of UM 

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loo rrtarn o4 Georg* Kabrr , M oinobor Trooi to* 

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of thM tribe, 

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4mo proper to make th-tn. ,t . 

r.rbriocbcldirol for UM OOP of UM 

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7-2 

M. P 

after friel' debate, Mr. Crock N gitimate ;. 



; -solution tout to re- i jetted to th 

ibjoci 10 the committee nn p |r ei 



ibjoct 



ollowmpareUiettametot thesrteci con 
Messrs /Otwu of Me. Tracy, Pit*, Ha<- 






ought 


10 thr 



was 

JsYMftr.:. II, m it, 
railed lo inquire > 
those who may be holder* of, c i 
ry bounty warrants, for land .. 

of locating such warrants on 
the United Stales subject to 





ci>M*r-- : 

.ml !':.! rib 



r their beirs, the 



warrants, for I 
.ublK Uods of 



s.t private tale. 

'ArsAa moved resolution directing the < 
tee on military affairs to enquire into ibe expediency of 



at some suitable pouu << 
water*,' when '//on aod C^i-xon IMVI 

mend it o at to include "the fulls of m thr 

Mate of Ky" and the "western wati .rolma," 

:Jter a If w remarks horn Mr. Johnttn of Ky. 
laid on the table. 

Tbe tf*aim laid before the houe letter from the 
secretary of the treasury , transmitting hit annual report 
upon the state of the finances. 

'port having been announced from the chair 
fhtchtman moved that ten thousand copies ol UK 
repori .i-nts aecompar-i ng il, le pn 

Mr. HWtt/ft-jr proposed six thousand copif-i, 
lite largest nutnbcr ever printed of a public dnctinu-ni 

.is session. 

Mi. Ituchtinan aaid the it-port from (lie treasury do- 
partmt-nt was always looked to with intnvsi by ibe pct>- 
ple, und as it was too \ , find n.li.. 

large into the n>. ws|M;>r-", its ;. t; .! circulation was de- 
sirable. Mr. I1'> i:tl, ."/ admitted its i i. 
thought that the greatest number ot copies ever before 
' was sufficiently large now, esperi&lly ab tbe 
material and substance of the report would find its way 
into all the newspapers. He was d observe 

the system of economy recoron\tnded in thr report of the 
comrnillee on retrenchment at the last session, and he 
was surprised that gentlemen who were thin so anxious 
to reduce the ex; r printing, could be ao t'esi- 

rous of inert-aims it now Mr. .Hurfuuifiti vat happy tO| 
find the gentlemun front Ohio so dec dcd an advocate tor 
retreochroent, and n pursuit of this object lie uould \tt 
found going nand in hand: bn > i.iing informa- 

tion from the pecple wa> not u >o begin, 

{uesticn was then t^kcn on prinliit^ the Urgent 
number proposed, (10/MX) copies), and decidtd m th< 
afSrrn 

uniitteeof the 

and took . M purchase of 

;.;es of tiie lawso" t>, which hav- 

ing been conniderrd, the b:li was KI\>H ijucntly read 
thml time, paused, and sent to ti, t'liicurrciite. 

Am) th i. tin house adjourned. 

I' .' - 1C. A jjrtat number cf j 

were pn.wnied, after which ' 

obmaUcd 3 eiterday by Mr. liu fiurtlton, otn" up tni 
conHdrrauon. 

MeKttvrd, That the 55Ui rule of this house be y 

i t Inn- by striking otit "one" and ins* rting*Vw, 
stand thus: 

committee* shall he appointed 



r*rh session. 

same rule be further amended by in- 
onls "a committee on m.liury pii- 
tig eoncducji 

e be added to the71sl ruk Ui*; follow. 






I! ! the duly of ihe con.: 
to Uk- ,..-a-':n i :md pro|Hisitioti 

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mentions Iron, ih, < 

.ni|i 11 ia>it resolution- ' : 

questions. He also tlio'i^ht the exist. 
politics rendered 'b iip the 

:,:d'li . Il :n\ \:i\-x<- nuiiil.'-i 

were disputed to liring tJieipies ion l.i-fmr it,, home, let 
it be done in a proper manner. Me would AH), 
that although he was not now dUposrd to discuss this 
question, he was fnlly pr< j 

of power, on llu part ol ih- govcrnm- tu ol tin 
States, to leg.il-.ti 1 M tin - 

as merely to move tliut thr resolution do lie on the ta- 


Mr. Ituhi.rilson then asked for tle ayes and noes, 

iK-U were ordered, when there i|); 
noes 53. So the resolution was laid on the tab I. . 

A message was teceived from the president of the 
United :- irom the si 

of war, will) cupies ol certain si.. 

Mr. II .1 itims^ lliroueh M letler ud<lressed to the speak- 
er, begged to be excused Iroro si : .ittee of 
claims, in consequence of ill health. He was excused 
accordingly. 

Mr. jhtt i iiiqer, th-n arose and communicated to the 

/ /falmea, a men 
the present congress. Mr. H. ; 
talents and wocdi ut the d<.t<as< 
his remnrks, although the ho' 
inously ..ni- ed tu i 

usual budge ol morning tor <! ot that 

body, which having been agreed to, the house, adjourned. 



The tenati : \nrious subjects to 

/me time in the i . of ex- 

ecutm. biibiiiess; and then adjourned nil Monday. 

In thr hoii*c of rejtrestntatirrg about tu 

: which 

were re 1 KM i-oininiue.es lo wbn-b they 

nese resolutions referred 
Its of i 1 !'- punlu- lands. 
ifji/tsh- 
in^'Mo 



Ule ol ( i,,o tin |,i,',i that 

Mutet, ol N 

sul>suiuliii^ .;-," in the 

: tlie word "rLliwjuishirig." One Wi.s o! 

on tin; Ml 

ped .'i\ Mr. ///, 
u pnhhu l-mds 
ifni.^ 'In- pro- 
ceeds fi r.il states, for 

rovement, aC- 

rordipg :o (!. , led to a \>-ry brief 

, ied oi by H 
.-id *i th- i ^j'nucccsb! An ml 

solution w^. M;-. lt'/tite t u\ Ho- 

nl the I: ilic itihjctl of tlie tij|ti*;.liou ot the SU? 

oppotHion was rr ' Jlrn if \ . C. ob-j and the fabrication and refinement of su<:ar. 






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from- 

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it will be reoo 



ui our /;u,' 



ITS Major 
is deUv ' 

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f/w .</'''' 7 ' 

I him to ^o, 



Again ! 

by president Jackson, ami I 

i-obbcrj and r that thk Wand bti 

K> cwntai i- UM an >i from M. :.!... 

hit afford smuat ! 
sklaot Jacksou has saved it this year by doing :.l) 












could granting an escort t>l infantry; 
cnsubtg aesv 
priaCkMlnr n. 
|CpThi 

Staff* troop*, cm; ' a trade 

tbe who "JO the 

greater part, no doubt, ii 
rendered b> 

me* meuliooed, aj 
ed in eonvoying 
whole value of > 

B wages pa. 
of war, while engaged . , 

r companies 

of the United States, or the !tlicers and the crew of a 
line of battle ship, were sent on such a service to guard 

national expense, might 
Columb 



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^'j also, as v 
her cargo, ntigla be less 



beating anil colors ;ior/A," and 

<uch an outrage'. <: .creased 

' '.*XX); at 

many o! value is 

earned in one 

way, we ;>[>o&f, is worth just as much as in the 

other. ^ I purpose of govi 

indutrj-of the ; 

, use*] t(* adiuit of such s in tu- 

is are deroa: *^ged in 

that minor pursuit. 

PE&SOXS WITHU; rsonsio 

the nev states and territories, who 
two jeartftfo, w*s invcsttgMtvd by the invrbhals, 
Jicaso to a resolution passed in the senate of th- 
Stairs, "y were 

be as follow*:- In Ol.cj, :.7,2S5; Illinois, 
.is.; Mi^ouri, 10,118: Alabama, 
nisiana, 8,464; i 

all, up- 
)t'l40,UOObeadsof families." 

the object of the preceding stale- 
tneut. I it, that land may be given to (hose who have it 
": so, there art: a lew of us in the old Males th:*t 
would like t' r a share! Hut 

with land at 1-5 cents per acre, with selti 
"heads of families," capable o! hoi ' 
rifhUullr usbg Ian 

the gift nude would soon onh monopoliec ot 

,.ecuUlon. "Heads of Urn ilk!" \\ h^t i| 
* ords here used "Families" in the I 



! tlit trnji. 

"fulacknow- 

10 adi!, 

Uiat as a testimony < t m th( 

to be a source ol consolation to iru- tu the latest iu< . 
ofm> 

.not iv- 

..s so fuiidlr c!i 

-nstaution vill be trained, that 
will secure tl: 

mand th .<M! promote tlic happi- 

ness and jiros{>ci-ity of U 

r to the n. 

in.!:.' nli. '>, and to be 

::i with which I am )our most 
obedient sei . 



rtjcc aboot MX persons in the west, r 
free laborers, say only five. It U pretended th.< 
persons in Alabama, n j rrwrUng XOU.OUO wliite 

..hole suite hardly contains so 

>iks. A* we have teen only the jirt- 

^umnuNT wolioe ..: . ferred to, we 

' to the statement, 

we are sorrr to say that "high pressure ' 
^resenting gross faleh ;,guage ol ti 

tion of congress in the shape ot a rrj It is not 





President oft/te cotrvi-i 
Mr. Uahori.i-, ol the seriate, h:ts h':*n appointed 



isary to res 
'Ihc <|Ueslioii as to the basu :,tation seems 

* substitnt. 

shall be anji'iitioned as 

re shall be 13 senators west of the Hlue Ridge 
!'.' cast, of those t 

!! he i:. th- 
bers, oi 

Hidge 

resolution 

president), 



ylorof 



. Alabama 0, 
I lyrtjr five 

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ronuth. 11c iteUtrt arr of *rr v. 

uuO . !;<! t. .. i4'.r ; ,. ( i , n..it,i ; . '. .'' 

n wrrc art ati'lc to make 
lie tmanimout vote of tbe 
contrntiun, except Mr. Mxdion. 

- prcwdcnt prcviout 
roca^wajof tb* acoalc 

I aamippi, to be abaft* d'af. 

fj.r<-of tit 




., .,, .;.,!,-.. .. ;.:- tor OHTMI 



(hcfollovnf effoel 
M oflcrc*! lo tlir coniitli ration of the aettalc of 

That oor nrprrtcnUtirt eonp^e be rcqur.n !, 
-1. to O|.JK>K ile renewal of ihc 

r[K>miiin, not to 

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incorporation of - 

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from the plaee of 
rlceiedameniber 



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Strt. to III a TMMTJT to 

Tail BLACK ron HTMV TbegTMHljvf af EM 
< eorria, bate preawktrd M a ftauaaawa r 



couiiiy. 
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and the seco'ii' - , \n . i. \ > ' , MTIV< d ai 



on the .*iOth x iist fire yean i 

meoeement of that importani^wui \nn and 

.lane measures 85 tons, 

lake Ontario to the summit of ihe mount ,n. in 5 J hours. 

riioo is given, that t*e*rfi nmy pat* fi+* lak* 

fhitari* to lake Enr^ tm tht iftacf / /MHII, 

deal bl business will I..- transacted c . 

nit it r.h !. r accustomed ddres and 

snot mm! 
e shall be agree* 



Keporter 

ks since, 

t li:.tl !>' ii 



irriaburg 
I at Uarriaburg ul 

. -.nie dom n i 
laod, there entered the Susouchai 

a to Duncan's isiai 
there passed through the out-1 t iiik mtu tin 

-< ross ami brought down the canal to liar 

w Hampshire 

ic grand jury ot ' (Imfion c. 
kill ap -oe'tnan, evq postmaster o! 

t .r stealing money from the mail. He was ar- 

frora the same source, 
attorney hod demandc<l him lor trial m 

mand was accrdtd to. Consc 
not to take place till May n 

nmet 

since, we copied, as an 

.gland Con: !u'ion to 

the ami masonic excitement- ^ we found it. 

One of the resolutions was made to read, that t 

(erence > connexion whatever with the 

rxciicu. .lormed that the resolution as it 

passed, read as follows: 

*Ktt r -e will hare no connexion whatever 

..sonry, and this conference will 

**nmtr any member who disregards this resolution as 
offending against the authority r ; ence. ' 

orror is po.t u>nt Aurora " 

The two versions of the rtsoli/ !ircct opposi> 

tioo,ooe to the other, and a "liberty 1 ' has been taken, 
that should not be allowed however common like things 
are in "these (alter days." A thousand wrongs will 
not make one right. 

XASoxnr, ix New YORK. 

published ic 

it appears that the anti-masonic votes ii 

m 1828, hare increased to 6G,84l in 1829; that 

votes were taken iu 1828, nnd only 208,O(>< 

the anti-masonic members of the legislature were 13 in 

1121, and now i 

itiTiox. In llic house r.t commons of North 
Carolina ( we wish that the name of this house was chang- 
edit belongs to an age that has past), a bill to compel 
the Quakers, Menonisls and others to perform militia 
duty, or par a fine, was indefinitely postponed, by a close 
after a rery able discussion. 

*r miorr*." The house of representatives of S. 
a, have passed by a vote of 99 to SO, resolutions 
mg their senators and representatives in c 
(o oppose aur appropriation f< 

from the general government, ar.d particularly all tucn 
appropriation f*r if* benfftt of South Carolina. 

- legislature of this stale me t :- 

- 
sen speaker of the house of representatives, and 



;>'.aee ot 

1 lowing shews the stab ,llou 

1st -J.l .ill 1th -Ml. 



I. -arcs 



A statement is 

V which 



Iford Brown, esn. of Caswell, 
vr Ct tt'C houit 




42 39 41. I 67 

Samuel H. Carson 

propose 

-res 86, scattering?. ^ 
.1 plurality of 2 votes. 

I 

ih in ;iu\ ii 

up lots, for the rem 
ces. T 

materially improved in respect 



P.I 



i A - .1^. /Vom 

nikter is 

arc sorry to add with &<> 
throw i>\ 

This i^;ll \c: v i :i(m:il, :iuH v. 
c.in minister; :tiid tlion^lt \rc : 
if (he attempt sun 

best for his country; ::. ' 

thanks of his couiitryrm-n, witliout justl\ . 

I anyone. There is Ii 
g:*ged in this affair, whose conduct 

c have been rigli i ', to say 

the least of it, to be vcn 
ahioail never ought to hare the effect 
lie interests of his own i 
huuld happen to be th 

country.* I:: 'V be that i 

tleman has been misled; I. 
erroneous opinions with n-gtird t<> wlni rr 
of the country, and promises of reciprocal -d, 
may bav 

tariff, &c. But in a lit like that of the 

States, promises ought not to he <! 
though the executive m;-- 

should be rccollec f tljem- 

fcelves to affect any thing ot the kind. 
flucnce ;o iiu! r branches of the go< 

to carry into etJ-.-ct tlicir measures. 

Besides, experience ought to teach us not to place 
reliance on ' 

:i one aid 

only act of Mr. Canning's po 

It was indeed, a masterpiece of statesman 

hare no he&ilntion in say in 

1 100 ot the Americans great!-. 
mental to their interests r 

iltcision aboir .! Uro- 

<'!l..t ; Mini \vhi!t !;C dt'lll-Jfl i(S j: 

was cot y to a-kn'- 

! t!ie best ( 

\Ve do hoj)'. 1 and tn. ,,'overnmen; 

elves to L- ; a repeal ol tl. 

salutary measure a measure c.tlcnlntr-d to unhold that 
hich mtut ever be ol primary importance to this coun- 
try, "ships, colonies, and commerce." 



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source 

instituted for 
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known cr a-ieertr". 

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me. 

'n and laws of 
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promises so much, a:.(! lVm liu.li. lj\ ;, 
cious and pnnlenl > 

but surely, conducted skiltwJjpano 
of ptuilence I 

form H pro.; 

M(|I a:il reso'i'.xrs ut t. 
Kiihiual uroductioot, which n. 



n^i'l 

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te of trust or pr "stali- 

naract' 

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tbemoraleharaci 



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gOOtl C.ll^rn of th 

ill contribute his aid to c: DnYplete Itn 

1 

, or has proved unlaid. 
tejoT* f 1 ir>lt * rut, cr.n fi- sba 

t would \,- 
' 

lias I tou 
..pae tv Tl r r the inrlmat"- ,;t its 

?(^ duties * rth bonor to i. 

lie, s dnci .. d to h, r, rl oked and neglected. S< 
rnoralily :i well * v require, ti. 

and desolating SID .counte- 

nance'! 

i stand profit on its vot:< 

is manifest, from the very nature and design ol r 
institutions, thru those ; , pact G f ' 



, ,t not cntii . 






"basiness is entnisted, should be st-ch as wdl make it means of the sutc to the works already commenced, nd 
f)pir h.ivnessnot only thoiMughlv in nndrrv.and their ' '1 cxti 



a real friend to a system ot mu-rnai improve 
I have described; as one to u horn the character as veil 
rospcrity of the state, and the comforts ;< 
s ot all its citizens cannot fail to be su! 
i-st solicitude and concern, I woulrl 
' su^ it, wliethtr we von!-: 
> ensure success to the system itself, tn 
for the present all our energies as well as 

,txte to the works already cornaieqc . . 
extension of such :<s require to 



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rc oo wy MC% to en 

on? awl food will 

m'.t^unn of the 4 u 

th boc who ountMnte 



Uw pablit c H-v.J. ^ 
^tS.r.t^-.Ur^h 



. ' - 









c ONr.Ki 



Frnnrt me, frllow-ciiixeni 



nti M)I! 

igrocdi 

s WM also H ivsnlutior. 

II tin- 

ington 



I) II. 









e and 



men nod of nation*, proceed to the discharge 





Sanford pretentr'l 



, Seai. Jr. 
uaral .. 

rope before the passac- 
n finance. 




kh w* read, nd jm 






tteferred in the 
.f New < 

<*s 



1 the second lime, and ; 
conn; n. 

The !' "lavr on executive busi- 

ness, after which, on m 

Adjoumei 

December -' 
dny last by Mr. J^ringtion, on the ' 

...... 



'n- stati 

lists o( 
til of the le- 

r business, i 

i 'isineti, 

IVfd. ;n-esentcd;< 

i he company. 

con fiscal 

. '.' 

' 

1 States, 
) strict ot 


d, reeled, and in v hat cases su< . nsafr 

' 

\casl9, 

..( sundry ciiizensof 
cuiastei coiiniiiii- 

1 c,| |ii- 

' tune and 

,actei, v. 1 

. ' 

Ml*. //';.' ' ;' pcbllC 

K?, WM considered and Hgreed 

utnong r. .t-nted. 

s ot the 
, to allow ;. 

M its ftom lon-ign molas- 

'.o allowance of i- 

. i :tr, was 
, so as to it re, R. 

:na, and m 

from the house of 
; . <i a reso- 
I joint committee fn the 
library ol conjures*, in winch they requested the 

'r, ballot for 

iicomni n^rt, whi-n .Nlessrs. llubbin*, Wovd- 

bnry, P 
. .- 
















. - 



4. [AgnrcdtoM 



- .^ . . , ^... s .. 

' 
.- ... _ ik^fc 



, 



I t. r - 



rlc< commiiler be p|oinicit 

o the expcdiMM] of araa 

Uoucd SMIM, OMiod 

i>tfeti8tU 




. . ulludca to MOM*- 
. rtum of ike 



rgr tod not b< to nf eomru'itrr. 

lie rrMlutton vt o modjAed to prnpow 



:rrnc* of the *>*t of k to .elect 

lie ij!n '" ii *\ t^Lrri ii!i j;rr'']i'^ l'i .. '"' i( 

crm.ncO m the MfOtfvr- 7 r> 






r |.r ,c . /..! M 




takrn, 






\ r 



wrr or 

' ..... i: 
I rnr br 



to fc- 

:n.1 to ro*. for it. 



Of** 



Th* bo. 
to 






-., r*i 

i . > 



Tnc tfieai-rr rrplvd thM tW bdlt 
d Ud not been pnntH, and that Ar 
rfT for ilw MM of tW bm>. 



- 



i: 



r-efan was oppo 

to y i > 

to-morrow. A mjurtt h.nl i 

;u inter to \\ , ' . ! M . : 

.<-re all shr . 

> will be m tin- lulil<- 







1 
< se. 



rrot of pctirionrrs roust p \ 


i hat t!.e c< 


b0aincM, atid c in it>dt then n ' 


.In: scat 


1 
. :.<Tgcn- 


Wat 


tleinm were ptxpwed to net on 

The qtiestr ti \\ < 









M-i. ! 

lull. II 

Laaiar, Lei; 

Mitchell, Monetl, 

.lie, ol Lou 
Wingale, Young 63. 
1 srs. All , Armstrong, 

Arnold, Bailey, Barber, of ' 

Dates, Bay!'- Brown, 

Barges, Cnhoon, < , Coke, 

Condict, Coop* r, Coulter, ' 

C'rockti 

Darii rf M..HV i) !. ITT. I ) !,.. I; '.'. !!. i ' .. :<i . 



; i ttirnt 



t was 

tics') 

slnn 
sion \> 

r rs, at the : 
Mr. 



is, ot" Peon. Find- 



lisfersoll, I... 

nn^t, Johnson, of TCM. Kendall, Kcnnon. 

Maxwell 



whs read and ordi i 

Reaol; 

, the serera! 

i laws as I" me oi 

;!rs ot age. 
On i 117. it was 






icey 121. 



<*, of Con. Swan, Si: 

Washingion.Wecks.Whiltlescy.Willisun 

So the motion was r 

olution submitted by Mr. fitorrs for the sup- 
|Hiun of certain fraud m Arkansas, was agreed to. 

On motion of Mr. Drayton, it was 

Jtewfoerf, That the committee on naval affairs be in- 
ttraeted to inquire into the expediency of increasing the 
pay and emolument* ol captains and masters command- 
ant in tli" naval tcmc' <l States. 

On rood was 

Metoli-rd, That the committee on internal imntoTe- 
roents he instruc: r into the expediency of 

ing that par- .Inch lies ^ 

the state ot InMwns, to be graded and thrown up, n<! I 
bridges, drains, ami ciilTert,to be built where required, so i 
as to pat the aakl road in complete order for receiving 
the stone or gravel, and completing the same according I 
to the McAdam plan. 

Mr. Tctt referred to the existing In 
this road, and to the necessity of making some repairs, if] 
the benefit of that law n not to be entirely lost. 

r-. Hnmtay the hon*<; adjourned. 



res as may be necessary to enlarge our commercial 

/, it was 

- PI i military pensions 
into the ex i iim 



_ 

an act ot congress, appro \ 
l.ith, 1 . . i> ingot- 

i the army . -s revo- 

lution, so as to plat' 
sicians, and privates, upon 
cerswhoarc provided tor by the 1st and 2d sections of 

,onse went into committee of the wh< 

ingaoappropi 

The necessity of the measure having he. M briefly 

IcDuJfic, chairman ot 

ways and means, and no motion to amend being made, 
it was rrportr ! unanimously ordered to 

be engrossed and read a third time to-morrow. 

irne was s>; t> ol' private 

bills, when, on motion n! u was 

Ordered, That when the house adjourns so-morrow. 
it will adj. turn to meet again on Monday, ihe 'J8t! 
present mo; 

Adjourned until to-morrrw. 



. IS* POST ft' 



f,,^m 



. 

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AVftkM^ a... .-,'>( . ..V Ml ".- 

OOUM ol poatejpa, (the only ouree of 

< : . . . i , 

-.!, MBJ0I ft! d ' - -.- . 

..i, IH-I.. .!. afcUoi 



li?tM 

$1. . : 



. m 
HagportalaTn ol the mail, 16.i> 



-~a ^' - H 

tffCii.ic, .'I 



of (he *lrprirarnt 

r*! t;mcnt M(O Uie 



The 

ml of the 

if tW Hune prrtod, 

IkUncr. :. -. ' ihTl lk| I 'I. 

eo ( * 541, 



17,541 



. 
no moMj U. al n> t.ror . Wen dm * 

MI* nf the fOtvromMl. 

>mpid mu> ihc trr Aiurr by ibc difercnt jwit- 
nuMrr r*nrml are at I. ' 

nf . from DfWAbtr, 

-,.:- 

r*M,faNJK, IftJ.to 

eptember, l> c ?. -I 



to imber. 1113. J i . :^ 

. \frxh, 111 

McLean, from July, lNS,toDe- 
'- 1 1. 



Makte toother, 



ram of 






'he aotoal 

i . 

MM- Irlctiuiii ).. 

I ,,- AM, , >:.'. 'I .,,... If I.,-.-!. >"! ' M fl 

- . 

Vf % rr^iOfftciJ u% Ifi** Iftfc |MMflMflB0T fflBfllVI UvVP^ *! ! 

Cm <b 

*lM> rrportetl M 1MW oftgjpHdl 

. si.teicr 



'ij a 



ponuauur*. biladbf jga\a<U 

i-Vn.r.1 01 .laeeoQAU, OO ft t ft ol J.ry , 
iv.ni ,-( ^ 

l^r mount of po^lBfi 
from July I. IKS. to Ji 
1M, M&iMMltobe $l.r07.4lS4f 

ofUtoaV 

arr a lollnvtt 

to 

$SS9.tS7 '-' J 
Tn.iw>n.tiooof 
Ig Ml 

.94 OS 

t. ri2,i si ^r 

, ti-. - ... , . i I-.-, 

-iV.a. cice^be- 

i . , -. 



of UM laat Jr itetl 



An.l 



ttt,SSSO 
4,901 5S 






r - - 



at th dmiool of 0* tpMttt. amW lit 

dJuly. IS. 






S84 NILES' -DEC. C, 1829 POST OFFICK DEPARTMENT. 



It ajiUOfS, therefore, that th. 
tnflervu a diminution, from July 1, 1S2S, to 

.it, all the C' former Hrht, ; 

. nil losses 

transporting the mail, by reason of I 






rarnerment o llic prrent j\ 

; 

' ' ' 






IX-f. r,,:,- C'.v i , . f : i 1 1," ..>''-, t<r(bl<l Jin 

. 
r s 55. 

, 

in. ii incur- 

1^4, lo, <! from one to 

.rt in prospect, io the roost expensive t>< 

- 
the cacTBiVs c.l t' .- .<>.,: in, .-i.t pi, . .,.r, ' i! -.vat 

oui cet. 

; 



| 

>c business of 
i nt, as to ci 

pplie&t "> "'I cases, a 

To correct abuses in the privilege of franking, whit' 1 
.c extent, ;. 
,i show thcmselvf 
thoaglii -! H circular to pustiukstt-rs, 

t ion to the subj- 

lag renewed vigiUnoe and enei-g} < 1 I..- 

bcmcmg '. nut brt-n 

by I..JM- 

tnavti rs I!~L- accuinubt>ng r. an increascil i.ttio, \sl,.,i, 
uiitageousrciulu. Tliepiuci- 

cont;^' "'' 1 
| 

last, are not all examined, but so tar as the ex> 
n*^ - " pro|iortionate m- 



The contracts for transporting the mail in the sUti s ol 
Indunn, Illinois, Mi&soun, Trnuet.; i, Miv 

fistti>[H, anil Louisunia, < itorj ot Arkansas, 

constituting one section, will expire with the 

pirl increase of population and ot busmres 

Country, r. q 

menu in the frequency, ti ^nd the 

mg routes, lor 
which provision has been made in the renewal of thecon- 



Tbc mail coromunicatkm between New Orleans, and 
the *:' * 

MI Alat>ara, and A < rtorgia, 

ro tht cun rur, be 

a week, aflbrdin]> con 

, [>eriormed iu 
JH) ot t" v>k, each way, through thr 

Carolina, South Carolina and Geor- 
gia. 

Lines of four-horse post coaches will also be ettablish- 



a week, 
: 

to keep a regular and < nurse between the 

wesiern sUtes and N Memphis being a point 

On the Mississippi to which steamboats can come at all 



iTTSt %li 

- uicnt, a wf'- 

t M'-rnphis. 

n sport- 

! 'souri, 

: i, Will 



.tend tlir > ! naouri, 

-. A w-rk 

operatioi ,t ol J:mi::,: 

- 

i by tht- 

1 l 


' '>ntracls har^ 
been ro:: 

i so contracts will 

'f l\:i \\\f < 

ids were 
ircd at 
the ten 

le with 
lhat s)6' 

luted s;i' 

rn\d ii.i.!.-h it) :' ' (lit* deparl- 

tb had 

p.rtnifnt, be;. law, to 

officers Hiii! 
vbhohftv 

aeeminti 

'he de- 
\ 

.'^KJ dollais lor ili- 
under i 

nionr)!, ^tl> the ; 

x;.'-nses of 
ling on 
' f 1,405 f)7 

. nguinst the (>iinr ol iii 
(it ,l.V. 

tit, aixl 
. : .rf. r 
band, tl. !' d t^'tir- 

I dcfcci in the 
ictal operations ci 

ut were 

and disljui ' iidc the 

Inn l-^w, (or their 

aSbistanl had it in his power at 

to withdraw, or furnish, for the use ot 

's of (be dc*p:rin>tnt . to a large umoiint, without. 

any other person attach- 

n any such transac- 

- I win, (\if. system calculated 

I to brmg them to light. The assistant i tes of 

prt of the lunds in diflerent banks, subject to his indivi- 
dual checks; and retained a ps.it in hib own hands; but to 
what amount M not shewn by ai. or record in 






ff > ' 



> 



nSafartS 



I tOM Or di prr- bd DMNI r 
ofllM* 

If ,-i 






r n. c .1.1,1. 
rnt.on l!.t 



It importafit by wl.idi M mo- 



wl.Effc,MiMMifa,i 




*,.,? FrW 

r rr- 



















- r- 

- 



















' [.: ' i 



>r to l>< 






HUOaVT OF TNX Millinui or TU v- 

dttxirmnii. /l*cr*A<r If/, IM9. 

7*3 fA* fc\-s :;'.-' \U ' U 
The sccn-ianr of the naty re coti the fol- 

<; reuort. 

iluriojj the prrtent year, us* 



< . 

1 iocniMiof 

-.imlitM it > nraf\ hat beA coolimi 



to f , that, aa tar a* tltt mm 

tie 

c nr |r.Ji !-. I b) i .>. . . c 

mow of UM pro, 



. - U( frv 
femtd to. DO u*i or (nation hat 



mmtof MV MV act of |rM 



mU 

lbat M 

l by an 

tioot. 

TIM 



n K 

. 



. : 







HIM n% HH '<*i'Y 

ftlmtbutrt <-.. >>rli bad utifaand <* in ifcai r raaiol 4atr. TW 

;. i ti., ..-.!'. I' ' - -' 

taaM< for IW oaMMfwl a*Mt ow oMav 
ttcntite rrman 





nrtarn of I be DcU%rr i . 
tlt Ihc ;-. . v i .1 nr ol our | 
lationtmll. M 

,1 tmhllrr : 

.ptuf* of aMh 



. table in o(. 




Frant^ 









.. 












.- 
Mb otter, f OrMM on i 







< !, 



4 wfiorr 

j 



.tat. n,J to KMkr jouicr l.kc to 
-4MM J- TW iM<ru nn tfce 















i'4 < and 
risk ot 





,;.' . v, -,,,. , ., 















' 

:h art' (o he sul/ji cii-;! to tins process of 
, would seem to be too glaring not in 

\viiMflul nni 

il AS soon us )> , ihe last 

sssels l : > Oi) the 

red surest ions us to the 
, rogress ot MI 
leiis to i 

.i .Mi !.! >.' I ,'U i-;i'i i-.nve -..i\:'l ; -I 

tec! fur 

the measures proposed by the commit- 
Kccon.piishiin i,' ol the obj< LtS to ^ 1. h 
rs it is nrnnur ilmt 



' nj: of slops o war, 



Mtions, to MI 

' 

\pericr.ef of the nary n. 

- 


. m roust n 

.d would g 
glabticsof uhitli the ih.-jr 

. force whi made to 

, by the 
-rest object n-t-u.s to b 









tor the 



MM lMf pile n lurn 



ichargv of tins ,!l ptr- 

tmrge aeanen at some foreign 

:i H Ibr- 

OI 'K<> 
. ug the 

.if ill- 

i tl 

'tes l)eforc i ' 

I / i 

d' States, 

.ted so 
is rap- 
port, ns 

It :p- 
' 
rv of tin- navy for 1 s 

civil, amount, . 


makes it proper to inq 

(r mim- 

' MltlT- 

CitS <>f 

that the 

number nnw in operation is gr> '-lie ser- 

ble for 

rtain, ii- 

nncroiis 

led Stkf 

bjecta, 

n revith 
i iulert- si < tnon nr. 



on tl. 

win.-;! 






,'h, and 






. made to 

' 

,. I.*- t possible, would be cuual to lliftt 
^^ u ' 8t l ! ist, commodores Rodg- 

se m foreign port* to ob- 1 era and !<1 > ? n< ' 

,ke such genettil examination, as would I 






01 



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< *-:r > 









ta 



-. 



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!. 

JM'.I-K (B 00 Ihc coaBl*. I IK -BI 

,' ' '. 

n.cJi \ ill )!.! M ' i 1 ' ; >; i' r. ( 

ti,cr,-,N i,., . , , ,.,,'., 

I : 

cuuntry ki Jm 

it mut oluo UpiM- l bat >c<itB 
bot vvry tabeHrci prnHiftoi afMnM ihcr t 

bav* MMicnrckt 



,.n,l, of M ipcnM*d R l 

!.rtc 

cou.mur.l, , ! t' !l - . ., ! ', - 

^ timDcrWwaftdttlto nwrina fb 
..ighl be rr 

1,., tki t..||.c- I . ....' i ,M .1 .',, . : 
partmeol (rc copiea a 

iNal tOOM nncnmrnli ihould be tu4 





1 'v 



' - . . 

> eourvr ol c>pr>- 

! . i . ' \ 



i|M>rtaccc Ol 
*trnrr o( . 

dtxtdv! irnl uf the product* of MIT 



ire been rrou 

i practice 
ition alio* 






!. 



: 

u;ipo 



>V\ IH'HAlii M 



cut r>"i 
lii'ii It. 
to rent i 
collectc 
Thr i 



soineoi UOMb At present. 

'*tion to the jK-riodi of their 

' 
y advantages would probably mult 

i>|. ,:,;!-,', lor kta'ril ;...! ..ml i.,v . 
gents, 

item it Dot such to lead 



MJi-ll II. 
at \Vaih 

rkU rim . 

l)flll Ml 1 



ha* 

1 

uidus- 
! ma- 

e to go 

econono fatorable 




arc authorised to charge on the miti ! to the 

N an ad- 


i 
< rnmuli upon a class m 

sometime* 

:>d ottght not to be pn M i U ii. n 

their dealings are conducted upon | 
moat fairness, the income of pura.-rs. in bhips ot i 
est class, amounU to two or tl 
tlM ol the commander an extent f ih. 

1 which is i 

odious, when it is known to be 
of men, who, of all others M 

vi-n their scanty wages with the most um 
Coil, and meesaant personal danger. 

s it is proposed that 

tfcrf rceehrean annual salary, varied according to the 
imposed < : ~a larger or 

smaller amount of stock rntru- care, and the 

degree of labor required tor its disp' preser- 

vation, .ltd en- 

seaman to obtain his little supplies of nautical 
comforts, at rates fixed, knout., and moderate, and with- 
out dread ot imposition, tht naval service would acquire 
a popui. has never enjoyed, and the pre- 

of recruiting seamen v 
to an 

Hi act of the hist session of congress, 
in relation to of Flor- 

ida, a vessel was chartered, and has sailed with them lor 
Liberia, wilt. \ two, who were uiMVoidx- 

direetion of an agent and an assistant surgeon of tin- 
navy, with a liberal suppl> of hospital and other stores. 

rt was m:,de to send to their i. 

same vessel, tw iio had bee 

v years since: but, so strong 

they availed of an op; :. Ic pre- 

paring for the \oyage, to m . 

have not been recovered 

\o cases of importation 
description of persons have come to tl. 
ledge 

ly presented by the agent at Liberia. > chase of 

d tliem- 
of tl,..- neighboring tribes, with 

ed, on th< ground that no law was kaown to exi 
authorised their payment, or * d any expen- 

diture beyond a temporal the rcsto: 



I 






mdunv 

( (Mirtroent, makes it proper that 
i the notice of congress: v 
' in alone li 
e month of 

d tliat these ilerangcmei. ' 
e was made to the board of nnvv 
'ghtbe 



iiiii.iitt . i't ' i i. nr, tins -] ! it ;<s 

e necessary for its p:opn ii!i,i r^iion, titc fourth 

to report i 

: ' 

origin of thesr nbarra>meiits, and to suggest 



and li 

s.SiiHtio 

n;id hospital 

The b< 
the bom , ' -^rs to tuve been 

i hi- de- 
. 

amongst the n> i-nlers, 

! those iluiu-s WHS preti. 

they might be expected to be 
most correctly d^charp 

The n ol the 

board, by tin depart- 
ment, :<: is, nnd of ah 

.i d, v !, il.' . orgao- 

ed by tl bis braneh <.t 

u trom 

boanl, in answer to inquiries |.:.\,n^ relation to 
this hi. itli tniiisini' ' P. 

The pn-benl naval corjr. 

d to be more numerous tlan is required for the wants of 
ice, and more than c..i >i igeously em- 

enjent in the 
knowledge and practice of their profession. 

u There eao be DO Dational establishment," saysadis- 

d naval character, "1 ke tlut ot tin- nu\\ of the 

\vlncli \*i]| not MI the course of years, re- 

to its ranks some wiio are illy calcuhttdto up- 

hoUl its . ii.uch less to contribute thereto by 

their talents and suh 

"There iua\ exist, also, some who, when rcceiv- d int , 
the service, were calculated to become its ornaments, but 
who nuo , have de- 

generated into a repi. tefa II ; 'inlx ' : M,,, i-r.iilution. 

..us 111 its hands the corrective ; 
defects in the corps." 

"It is now twenty-eight years since a judicious prun- 
ing was given to the ituvy; a [. l-i admit 

some useless suckers to repo < ....! o( i( 

e, seem 

to have arrived, to correct sum lie ser- 

rt pe*ce -v * Im-ti il would go 

farlof >rdidate 

uiaterwls. : ' u pre- 

served in more correct views ot the service, and theiv 

come more easy to the executive 

s - these excrescences from the too 1 
u:tvy, some bntnchci bl> 
have borne good 

uary pension fund, with its ample 
. , rj.rn tor their s 
may be added 
is now so near its completion, as to prom. 

.'ford a pern 

its diraU ..... ;h not disabled, 

may h\ ion},' ;t.,d faithful 

sen- ices, tli 

\r 



MLKS WHKKLY HKGISTEK. 









b MMMkoofoi iho otorofv ' - - < 

t,,h inorr lllU .rrL. trr 



-Mr.!, .r-trr. u^l 

often irlr,,e.i It We 
i raanag i oor aJI-i: . IM 

d, BOOT art,or. yrrpai-- 
imt, bate boo po I*0ne4. 

il artiaJea ar- throw a book 



to parr W4, lor turchftiucal 
fc^ A few 




oatttwol thr part** thai 

I H H , , , 



tMMcrrH, .!, .*..< <a*h 
ao he oo ooaac ot 
' the* oeouods 

.arc aupportad h ofvol ajaonrf . ootf 
o c^u.llj hoocat ouotieiKM, thM ihc o*a iirWiioloi 
cpl 4lrao4 



ifrets of mtc rcttraj; docnnu 



- our richan 



of the tt. 
lf b> 

t .:u*tiiM.' A IUCUIOB k&i twai ukra m 



l.ApoooMo. 
Mi} con&dtncooaoho 



ng . It h> >irop1e rcftfd to thr ceooowr of oir 



luore proUhle lhal tame of the mwh*ric<lho 

iroc p4*-y * mmmk " ''JT** 

it Of tfM I 
<vnU4Uten. b OMO00 M OOOOOeO i 







Kun luirr been mov^d. Ote party ka 
of - 






an<! mr\ir ! . ! 



argwd 

..r hOOtl 



nearly bU 

IM- in the Jf0jo ' ! 

.turat* d 
the 



ino O|OOMTI MI. 



! ;.' 





a^^A a i. M ft .!. ... ^* A|* M ]| 

HIOpl'ii, inn win. ,l .1 : v 

, a comhination of thr tn k j at : 



ro or 

fore*. ai 
^n pretetilrtjioihc , :- been all the tm.r. It .. 

he Icfcwlaturc, and li.r oth r n, \ Uj w mcn. *crL,io ll*> t*e will hac oo - 



tlif UftM Ol 






rom the 



^K-nc** ere 



_ 
fh they rt 



M nurr, tun 11.4;. 'i I. iltcrr n 

'Oplc. 
aiaiio. 



..TV '. > b .1 : 



jt. n,ut IK- . -r.N '- 



bosto of the hooaeol A 



CMh OURht tOOOOOC*tolC Otl, 

HI thMt meet oo taidUle jroot* 1 Thue CM be o* 

' Txr-thtn i r 









Isthr 
party 



r, and when lie npp.- 

' 



umn to 

>, 10 till 111! 

How 

I IK- author ol 
' 'HI trPHtisr 







' the propoaitioQ is onequ 
tJtc i**v does it not protect the 

is eql wuco ottered bj 
MheaoRiem ,cro? 

vlikh house it is t-stkblubed. 



1 shall be fooinV. 

lelefetesnn the ' 

I. If r 

us, if it no; 
It thrre is :ny difficulty 



r U because it is unequal it unequal, < 

vlerncu bt-lteve that iMqoality can be cm 

vrarin language, (to say the least) that baa 



. nnd not 

If we do 

md shake hands, 
rain to hope that 



i be made. 

c rV afxech on the same cubiect. 

.turn! equnl ;s written on hit heart, 

r.nd stomped upon his visage b ol hia bring, 

express image he was muile." While other 

Os ! r.i tollere vultut; 

.3 afTections m,<l his wants, and 

. 

! 

r annuals it short of 






HO. 

't menage. 

ed this document to the 


general health, and on i. 
n 

more prosperous condi- 
tion. It is not known what numbrr wre taught 

ford, and in K :r hun- 

-ht minim!!' 

which t: flourishing. The bfjttd* 

in^i in. ,,,,'h to Mccommodate 300 M< 

< lumlius, has corn- 
it course of instructi( : 

i* reason to hope it u ill nourish. 

The residue of tl :uh la now under 

ID 1831. It has now advauc- 

wark, a dit may he 

the fol- 
lowing year t< h the Miamx 
j ol tirtifiewi canal navi- 
gation in the state. 

There remained in th- treasury of Ohio on (he 15th ot 
.,-r last, $159,250 00-$90,000 00 thereol being 
school fund, is drawing six per cent, interest. Thl< 
fund, tlie interest upon which is guaranteed by the state, 
is daily increasing; and, by the 1st ol xt, will 

probably amount to $150,000, The sinking 
remains unimpaired; to which may be add- 

v)",000 ; ranking a total of 
$240,000, that will remain iu ' 



illl 

[/'/(.MJ//U- l r . .V. Tf.lt:;- 

"The east room has been fitt- r>t man- 

ner. 1 h- pn; .c kino* color, with a rich cloth 

i.ew m:iiilels have also b:en placed in th': 
'. Italwn black ani gold t roots; 
has a handsome grate fixed there were, 

ic before, new br 

ders, and setts of hia ss fire-iroiis; a 
l.\c bi-i-n ^dd-(i :.. h i:, r..tlr i- !'<i ;i .hei! \N -lit .1 inn U'l , 






.- picks it up and 

!.ut filial 

r>, we 



oar e.i 

being ai its im- 

L pom , '.mains. 



recount to 



.1 r^hts i.i.ii s mt-scrf a man > 
SyropaUiy, is it not M natural 
rious animals trbom I.- gathers an 
these It clmgs spring ch- elements < 



)m flocks od h 



Is there n 

with less vi 
rates his ca 
and stores 

i*.,'!| of 



> .ven the 
lion doi 

^! .-..,!. '[ ;,,- huutct *' - 

uc animals he ha 
\' ,<i which 



ry beuuliful fctyle, and a pr, 

ps around the fountain, 

rrlass shades and flowers. 1 I 
! gikthttdeliers, 

: of the gUas and 

od any tiling <>! th" kirnl ever seen, 
woi'k, corresponding v 

nch lironte.! 

Candles. The c^ e.onlaim ucar 

ifus-'-ls. oi and yellow, 

with a red bonier. Urn!- laceUu 

/ile of beautiful workmanship, with Italnu black 
1 slabs; on the ce 

.t lamp, supported by female figures; on the end 
i-e gilt astral lamps. Each pier is tilled with a 
U bronzed and gilt, correspond- 
ubles each table having a lamp and 
li china vases with flowers and shades agree- 
ing wilh those on the mantels. The curtains are ot blue 
)w moreen, with a gilded eagle, represented as 
wluJi extends over the piers. 
1 stars; and over the semi- 

-.f- 1, *!* htrc 



. 



i \vr\ i Y 



:n.imr.l t , Mi t 



iiiu. appear 

,.l cuM-r,. 



, -->h.ni: u. 

I l,c ;.. r 






. 

. w. 



' lUttl " 



lure to ike b*jr. 

r *'' 









: 
from ' 



M - 

f MJ,. rn S .r m. I ,-rr^l I ,. 
nnr, V*t af*M4 l 



and of tootnU to tltc 

.mg rriolutkm. 

xiiinillrr . .i mil.iM.i -*..: ' 






H . . v .;, r, !, -r v ., . 



1 tit. r t ; 1 1 ' ' j i c * i r r ( f v I 

port tbcreoa to the 

.pert refettof itwi 



ffrrr*! tb* fblloviof rrtoloi < 



* r '! me pro* 
>on 

*' 
j-ioiul mea to pro- |iottrood to iamiirr bio tbe rt 



i. t f ' t 



i T 'ill- 







>:..-; . , : 



, . . , . v < . , 

r ; 

'" :r ; - 







\ I . . I X >' - 

,- , n 



- 
. 
froeiedio 



loatproMftr byttoimmojoin r<<v. 


r - ' : 

^ ' , _r - i * 

tplaotorT of a* aotM 

fei f| r,r, 



ooimmrt^e on iojMMO. 
vaajt: M received from MM Vowe of rrpreacn- 



oioturttee of 
.e hooar, and rr- 



t of wtAcrj.Md taMbjb- 
fcoor^: TW 44bjo. 
Modao) 10 ffce oot 



bnh tbe oojcn of (W Wl. 












i KK-.IAV i, i- .-i <IM,';I ss. 



rks, the bill was r 
lr, and on t 

M and nays, i< 
-.Ueuble, !. 
w was spent .-.-, the senate 



d I lands i 



>wa casein 



10 the 



c of the 

re<J to br 



s. it was 

.i) enrolled bills br 



'.I IL 



/ . r ( :nl the plf- 



the z-. ntl> t 



s, wares, a: 

hail pivi-n thebr 



-terday 

.1 the t 









M 

in of a large. 
: piirti from 

4 rcso- 



rolina." 

will the house rccons.. 

Messrs. Cciraon and Mc/thenl tl.- vunc re- 

on the 

' to. 



iC IWO 






lands be m- 






."s ol tnc nublic lands. wh/e 







jt-ncc for two ye-ars, 
' paying the 
money they 



i, &c. a number of 
ted on. 
' 

<:tcr the blank wa 

r .1 negro man who 

' 

'i u ill be no- 
rogrtit, v i, 
'ness, the enatu ailjourncd. 

01 

V. appeared 
seat. 

"rett yesterday, in- 

^ the secretary of the freuiurv to communicate 

:.ouse monthly returns of the bank of th.; V. 

States for the year 1839, wai c n.l agreed to. 

oflered were tUe iollowiog 
Drayton, it was 

Pi be in- 

i,i\j| a.-i.i!< r. \, ; ,. . ii, ;,. ,.,-. <>l juokN 'ttiicct^ ui 
ivicc of th( ,'cs. 

was 

n.- committee on inter' 
into the < . 
making an appropriation for the purpose of repairing 

ate mail road from L- 
-ouis, vbkh lies belween New Albany and Vin- 

was 

Kfsi :i.roiitec on the public lands be 

cxpedtcno 
by law .duation ot ,f the public 

: ve<1incr il>- 



;, which 
u ill on the 

The speaker laid bt-lbrc llic hou^i 
from the secretary of ll. 

quantity of land in Alab:ini:i, Mhich has r.-\ cried lor 
non-pa\ nu.-nt; \vhich wa 
public lands, and ordered to be printed. 

irom the aecretary ! tii ;!; esti- 

mates fo, 

ut way sand means and 

from t!:' 

Utcnit us ot the hank 

rendered to t lor the )t . 

uhich was ordered to be I:i;i! on the table and pnnlcd 

' ' wn 

ftttohnl, '1'hat the commit:, 

instruct duting 

the non-corn missioned officer.-. i vales, 

:"iv,.,nd the seamen and myri.es in the navy of 

ites, voluntarily to discontinue th 
, substitute j to he pnid m 

money, nlistmcnt. 

Jteaolved, alto, as a further mdaeetnent to aobricty 
and orderly deportment in the arm\ as well 

:n with a VKMV to preM r% (he sol- 

diers and semeli, that s:i:! eomniittee !o instrn, 

,>ediency anl propriety of allowing 
. bounty, in monev oi ir both, 

to be , cxpira- 

his term, who shall \ il com- 

mandine office i, a certificate of total abstinence trora ar- 
dent spirits a; !y behaviour during his cnlist- 

fffmphill moved the following resolution, which 
was read *nd I. ml on the table, viz: 

/?o/TrJ, That the secretary of I cled to 

eoonnnnicate to this house an cost of 

nig the s'in 
waters of t 

llayn? moved th (ollowing resolution 
was read and laid on thf 
Mftohvcl, That the secretary of the department or 



men', ixl 



. 



MNlMM - Md h **Ui-<* iL. 

bllAlf. /Vr. 90. MM raporu cfr a.. 

lie* or. 

. M *', ! 

-.I?, tri Mnr*d 
tTTdli. l|*r 

. .1 J im.c !> 100 



Cram U* frmidMu 

--.', -. ' ' 

: .',"! < 

I r: 



mi 



I ^ 



, : -., .', 
<\,,xnA ,trnu 












J 'J,c 



I'M.;. 

ling to the 

. ' ', . 















.- .^ . 



The dbeo, 

M -r i.' :.- 






2 : 
" >i '* J "" M ' 

I fffDtHd Ik 



- . - 

, lU Mlo^M M4 rr^io. H 
fcrW l W H 



. ' ' w 

. . ' 



Ktn.rl a i < 4 tr mm of 



to .',-,', I, 



- - . 









Ml. I / 



; artun? iron 

i attending 

d at a quart 






lr 









( Mr. H 

r T 



Monday. 



iotnere- 

'f of Mr. 
The house then 



\NMOUS. 

Powk! Some very mten sting 'H took 

tlae* on the Baltimore' and < 

4l>tabe 

*hom roanr crc (!isline,Mi!inl stranger. 

;CSC 

On?- horse, with the same apparent ease i> 

hate drawn u gig cncr a imouth and hard road. mem d 
two of \'. -s, Iftdtn i:! 

.-ate of bvtwtiM ten and ICM n miles an hour. '\ 
tancc travelled, out and in, MAS about 5 miles. 

Jttl SOUS, Ml :i t: . 

jCT construction, 10 the end of ihe rails and !..!-.. in ., 
rot. A st-coni! trip *:t< M;M \ntii I] 

I load, at tli 

A tingle horse then drew to carriages and fiftj-fiu- 
personi, n,i 
r$, and the whole, loudi-d w r. :. 

i: : ij> with tl.e same 
ii* *r. 

>rroige with seven pcr&ons, wat rapidlj 
1 v a wincli, worked by two ot 
mfaehed to a car, li 
Those ho have not seen, cun ! 
but they are ir-u . 

Among tir (xpcrimenU on . :s one mailv 

hj a car fitted with a sail. Though il. 
turpertoos were carried in it at a raj-i'l nle. The cx- 
p^riotcnt aObnted much amusement to : 
and wtnt to shew tf.i.t, with u luri- sx.l ^u.: 
carriages mar be pro; 



Carolina rail-road. The- h-^iilxture < 
Carolina has passed hill, which pt 

of cue hui 'illars, to i! 

Qarolina rail-mad coruj.- 
ttreu. A bill pro. 

to tte stock of said com | .- rcviousljr p;. 

lower hotue, but wai r 

-(tcdt in F 

Arabic U) eaiiaU fur communication, is a truth 
r^ngland ir.s betn only 

- 

profiling by our diuorcry, are pi 
throughout l he wf, unlrj, a sv 

comrnunicxti'in NT mil-rcu'is, \ 'nu-li, nit i' 
Of extreme bemt.t to their domek>i<- 
train -road bet ween St. Utienne und I .yr.ru i nov- 
Ir ndtaneirg; and from ihe tunnels, bridfes, ; 
"b^nkments required for its completion, will be int 
ngjic of whieh this kingdom can at present boast. 

noil-r^ad* in Rnplnnd. It now _ 
*aoal, heretofore the most profitable iu Eiip' 
to be converted into a nil-road.' Such a roit' 
iron*. London to Litcrfiqol. Many other 



Oil.lt, 



< a ata- 



i r>t say 



aws 30 tons, and t 

.1 uill be at 
Thui 

n!y .008 



:>: 

^, hashecurm: constant, and (he time 
of performing trip isgreat'y lessened. 

On thf luth inst. ihe *'< M^Karn started from 

O. fl. \\Ylli Sc Co. for casting, to supply a par' 
printing pres-. 

li 1 itli, the 
Ji, and an 

> a passage of 1CHK) 
miles \* t in nint- <!:. 

- 

..'.ny nsierted 



tlie Ic- 
gislalui 

was r ( 1 ississip- 

/:, thcsjiirit of the 


! the country, 

legislature 
, well MS tli. 

,<!<> wiih ilie follow ing resolution 
;i general assembly 

r .u-nntors I presen- 

l.,l Mt .j ; : is, and their v*:tnr.- 

oblaining a total repeal of the tariff 

..rthas :! to :ind adoptrd by tin: 

. , that insists on a repeal of the 

, and an ai f >f tlie principle of them. 

the tariff, the X. York E. I*ost of the 24th 

,'.: 

.a sources at 

. ^ ?o the conclusion, to which we con- 
fess we are somewhat reluctant to arrive, but 1< 
. 









ttr: 



flew*" :.".! 
ot t 

ul ll,r?.r,.1. 



o Ir. I 



: . .* 

O** 
I > .,. 

i . ana* 







. 
00 th*l ft tOO. I WX.-1 

* oii| M4 

OBM ** MM 



" k a. 

4 ;,r- . " ....i . . r,J r-n-> . ci- 



)OU 






cc we!. tli.ii-% a:i.] i,.rtul!) t!.- u 

I of a man like 

Uo ircnted with cci.. ^rooun* 

try Ib.. or.rl, .^pr ^I K -U NTI.J,:*. . ,c u,-, MM, M 
MJMC hd kllW to m-ul ihc ptUion of um 

.eiMotheti ter W." 



, RUM 



om UM Uy of I 

utiie to DM Uocky 

: Fim.-!i 



.Mounuuic, no, VMMVM MJ l.r.nui. or PMMi 

MlUMlMN. find evwy where ft IliifOM* tpokrn il.n: l.r 

co(.rcheDd. wHlioul* ftn rff.-rt. I, .. (ru, , H,,l t- Jl 

nuncktioa o< few wonJt, and 

1 

tl Ibrre m><hm< u.uou II ft :bl,- . itHBB, M felBd 
by aalha Amenoutt. u< 



AmrrKu,, u.,1,.., 

*u or MIII 

of UM rtcancadanli ulib pc 

i^tiHti.d aah . . . : 



. 1 '. . 

pcnofts oeondiuoodl it 



e Im known tome Mt. 
too,(lfco.. 

> other NUMM 
^*." or 

MIM , I. ,,|g, !kcUl..|. I'.U. >i, 

'* .>f, *i.>l 4% nltAliiiaiitt n. .'< up 



era in M> other NUMM 
.4i bio.^*." or 

t!,Cy bill LCCU MIM , I. ,,|g, !kcUl..|. I'.U. >i, 

our country '* 
of the 









MMll tpol of lan.l. ind. for ect.turM. pu 

. !udH(U> tbe ttme UblU Md Muactt, aad 
I with lorc^utfr* for inmnr g. .,*! 5 i 

i< than t 

BMeh iliiTeniig one tiom t!ic f>\ . , \ . ! fa 
iritttofnnu >n to cterj t^rliW.oun 





'^\ \ .t i'i ;-. ' i 




'Hrtulltrr. -inc^* 
e n. 5 U ,: - >* to the Or., M 

-'-' H '- 



It WftS t 




! ..,..',! 
ll.. R cm 




. . , 

porlniti o( tbr A lurnaftai 

"tWIhaaira art bmer l.r birth, w-l, ^>*kr>tWy 

"...'.. - 



> i be (ou-, .Ut wo of tker baf 
iafeaeriber ctrnnr lhear:eia MftfllMM. Ha* 



Owir baej 

, ! ,.^~J.y,.. M ,.rt OT A. -a,.... rrp 



NJLJ 



t, or one jawbone 









and Mr M 

i. It v 



I 1 1 , t 

KMtMJB MOJi K 1 ' r ' ! * *w 1 

I'hc < l(!t".t r.OH'- tUOIr n. ! . 



as great in (lie 

'I!' I. lit MCrii' 



. at a 




- -I in i one of 



oat ium 

;v MO''. Hi 






Russian obscr- 
ce must 



cruise. 

A let' 

here, 
1 Sth of 

1 to the command of 
ili'.frr^ncait Madron, and who went nut |Msvricr in tin- 

t 74, com. Crane, won: 
in a few 

-ven, was to i 

>rly part ol" October. ' 
lonlcrsto : 

Aootlier letter (laletl 6th NOT. UMI 
would wait the rrirl of the Lexington at 
ol^e that part of la-r crew who 1 ' 
I would s:, : 

.and COMA.' 
utied from 



lots. 
! to the 
x. uid 

onr aquodrons off the coast of 

!''.; 



of this state mr 

.('ay la>t *n<1 <e senate re- j 

. 






n until th e 
corder is fc 
reason of this coolest 

i rusel'i 
(he occasion 15 ol tin- 

i his own case was under consideration. 
M and \va: 



Allowing are tlie returns 
i iber ot 
!^c Wilkins, 

Denny. Stnenton. 
1550 
495 

majority), 
roiig, - - 658 

3901 

C703 

;.y's majorijy, 1198 

'.iirin- comp:tny,"at this 
i by ( he 

:;,eir proprriy. It is situato! 
witli (iopth ot ..i -mi all IIIIH-S .ii';"ii-u-:i! tor strum boats, 

winch i. :-ks, for 

works 

MIX! all 

", hollow ware, ice. 

lilted up a i 

ipplu:tl wHh 

in the Uhin, un.l ru^l no nesr the buililin^i us to 
be lurni.hed ut the cost ot one cat: 

co:i bed to be sui : i'h sun- 

,, wareliouse, txe. 

DOM i.- , !cs HiiKhus, of Orange 

;!ie jireseut !<ysoii, sixt\-three 
:n nutife grapes growing in the woods 
Beldft. 

- that Hoii?r 
,r Ki lihers; 

,ic. In 



M< J'/ter$on, 

i-it A citizen 

utnl's eoiomis- 

. liis native state, at the clo? 









-urn It i. . 





\ 



. >o 

> AM iMtiubrrt tt iitnr ; MJ t ht. feat for 



in* Utr I L : 

-id z*l of 



,. -f Barmta- 

uprUciill of .til work., 

.f . ",rr I 



-' ' I ' ftt > 

: fct^r o r 

I' > i^f ^g- 

i hi fetrd tb*M 
I :: ;:-> . 



1 1 "|fr<a, tW N 

>rwrd*1. Wcrr 4 




ii.-.l. .- . .r, 






m for ibr |K*bl food. oU Ibc pr*. 
r w if. 



* 7,501 

OQ 

II.IIMI 



ami 



. I' 1 .,' 



' .1 



: . 










' ' 
^crt * ; 



of .>lc an 
of .*.. 



I*:? VM 
ipoo .n trr>. wil* for fi 

rbuhel TU 



ipoo 

M,: 






I* * . - i k . . 
4 1 



,7 of bo 
Ml Ther. 



1000 doiUr- 

h ir been. i rof.-t^ ,. i .. - ,| , , t>ot 

fteturet tod rrpral uf , of a- 

n Mltil pCMMlprieM. fUr|M J .m(f -r workt. lu 

I ,, : :t 



olir etipor ati , 



17 wr. 



wbieh 



4X0 Oa: 

>pj, -r- .! l,r \tKXl 

1 : 



..'. / - It .r /> .%. It*? 

m I tommmm*** to y^, fartW afii i aaiM otyor 
t*4*4HM *!* to tMOTrtteto*. 




Mlfe 

lUtt^ftuiMV. 

* * 'tell* 












br nri MiflMMr . bndrr >ftW *!, 

- 

U^Ml t* VV KC fl|Mt% 9 MBO |WO MMP flWBV^ 9^CT 
*A ^ ^-, k . 

^ r j > "^ ' s 






it-JAN. J, 183ft MJ 'iNKOVS. 



. 

. : nmou v^ 

Uiabethtowti 
gulalurrc of 
on rranmuant between the two U(tr M l 









- 

IABK. It app 

.,,. | < :".!> . .1 in i reign ti - '< dur r>g the \e*r 1 " JS, 
vas 834,781 tons; being an increase cornp; 

to 18*7, was only 9, 10'.'; 

whole amount ot tonnage em[>!.>) ed in the 
foreign trade > 100. 

u trade m- > in 181 0, u lien it 

in 1515,1 osc tu 854, 'J94; and Mg:rn in 1818 was t! 
i beta constantly : 

equal to that < rr. , 

hai bee: whole raor 

The amount ul steamboat tonnage in 1827, was 

[Jownal of Commerce. 
:.e in 1818 was only an apparent , 
wa's caused by a thoruuj.', uge ta- 

selslost or captured during the war, 
Cr won. fn the account. But what 

of llie tariff, that was to bat 
irrigation ? is the Jaw repealed, or pr .^iied at?] 



; e glad to see another tpirhed move- 
to put town the dishonest and 



i.Ie in 

system, as i - 
by which nearly tin- ' 

dry -goods has been transferred from the hands o( our own 
fellow t those ot irresponsible I. 

Miay and gone to-raorrow;" the g; 
cy in whose character is, that they untientand how to 
import good* that is, smuggle them, through t 
torn houses. 

CoXXEBCK OF PoHTLAXU. ' Cou- 

Her contains a list of the square rigged vessels ' 
ing to that port, v mage set against t 

peetive names. The whole number ot ships is 1C 
tonnage, 5,080 tons; barques, 8 tonnage 2,056; brigs, 
107 tonnage 2S,6GS: total, 131 vessels, measuring 
99,799 loos. The schooners and sloops beloi 
the port are much more numerous than the square rigged 
vessels, perhaps three to one. The aggregate tonnage of 
the district is estimated, by persons qualified to judge, 
to be rising 50,000. 



COLOIIZITIOX soci KTT. The frcisiircr of the 
filiation society acknowledge 

liberating the slaves offered to the American colonization 
oc*ty, oo condition ot their being ^ :*. Of 

>ve cum, one subscriber has given $1000 on the 
Gerrit Smith, payable in 10 annual mst 

$300 in the same manner, the rcra. 

: 1*00 and under. 

HISI CTits. A British j>aper says As proof, 
st boog many, thai r-xcrssive taxation defeats itself, U 
may be mem t this time, wk-n the duty on 

> is 6s. a g-- 

"1 greater than when it a* 11. jlr/iand ll 
>n coffee, all*, a ; i98,708, 

whereas, when rrd - - < the amvnnt was 
* 



! others 
Tobacco, however, does .vsa dntr ol 

: about llu: 

1813 

in! t:i- 
; . ^-.*vc jilucc unioitg the 

hodil) s.und 

ijsliinruti, 1 but un u 

also H urtiftcial aristoc- 
iiid birth, willriut 

ts, for with these it would belong to the first 
class. T 

instruction, the trusts, ii> 
And, inderd, it would haTt- 1. 
n to have made man for the social state, 
virtue and wisdom enough to 
manage s of the soi 

rnmeut is tlie best which pro- 
vides i -.<: na- 

i.-itoi into the offices of g 

cial aristocracy ia a niisrhicvous ingredient in gOTcrn- 
ment, and provision should be made to ;.; \tnt its ascen- 

; nids and slaves be not added, it is 
these, "the Almighty's noblemen," that certain politi- 

the bonttj would tiold as white 
severely revert to this subject, aa soon as u 'ill! 
space is allowed us.] 

JBKFJ. -letakc* 

-king notice of Jefferson's memoirs. 

:-s and corn I Thomas Jeffer- 

son, late pre.v ' s, are MDI. 

for immediate publ Irssrs. Colbn; 

Any circunisUnces r - 

:-.n individual so famed in American annals, and 
so closely connected with the history of our country, 
think, be perused with no small degree of cu- 
riosity. 

"Cos AM me T" a lav cate. A trial of Journeymen 
shoemakers has lately t;.'r. . Franklin county, 

.'y. The testitno- 
. that there was a society 

existing in the com,' \ its numbers, had given 

xution during the last summer, (to th 
had attempted to raise their Wa 6 e$ , had com- 
lu-ir employrrs to fix on a bill of prices, from 
which none dxre vary; that they compelled their en- 
to agree that they would employ no one who 

that they attempted to prove i 
\,ng work to persons living in the eounu 
ve from town a person who hadhren a member, 
liut the society corresponds with 

sjroiliar societies in Pittsburgh and other places, and that 
such societies existed in most of the towns. 

The jury found the men guilty, and the court fined 
the mitigated penalty of $10 for oye and $5 for 

LAV CAKE. The verdict of the jury in the case of 
il and otheri v. llaring and others," seems to 
have occasioned sonv surprise in the city. A bill from 
AJSMI'MH for 500, at sixty days after sight, is drawn tip- 
on a person at Liverpool, but p:iy:iblr in London. The 
-'fiikcs his a< ccptancr in fii- first inatancr; but it 
i alter wards "accept ed"bj the house of Daring, "under 
pretest frr (fir fror 1 : *' w pafi! <m 






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an . pro o aor at once te orgn an tup 
port of weaiih and power. 

*. fe hate a copy of gor. Ray 1 * meaeajtc 
xislatyre r lonely 

T a newspa; led iuto 

- '-ads. 

governor j; 'Sat the state 

he gained about 65,700 souls by emigi 
the last year, aod not lr than "A ,000 by nat 



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\v the een';s uf last year was found to 
ihe free are not distin- 
from the slaves, in the account before us. 

s territory is rapidly nettling with 

freemen, and improve- 

, ;e on handsomely We received 

,>:iper from a place 

i J of before. 

tetiaw county, and this 
iigrant,"is appointed to pub- 
I laws of Iho lerri'ory. 

\S e copied 

i.-huid a lie - 
Orotip, and had taken formal possession ol it in ilu- 

,.<!!, Sa I1CN* 

the Ncw-Y 

>% long been known to the Ain> i.i.m <* I 
having been first discovered and vi<- ,\\\ Iron* 

Nauluckct, in 1816; many ot the officers and crew ol 
hioh, are now ready to attest to the (act. 

BBOAD ftlXXID WHBKLS. A iarmcr writes 

us from Troy, that the experience of the last two years 
has fully convinced him of the entire superiorly ol 
broad over narrow rimmed wheels. Our correspon- 
dent states, that fur H Ion;; 'n-en in 

the habit of drawing fron. UW to \2UO cords of wood 
eachyext, i. or 7 : <l that he finds that 

be c*n now . "-,] with the same 

teem, the Mr.. - , us, when he 

used narrow i -'raw 8 or 10 feet. lie 

-lo that 1OO il> ot nun will last longer nu the 
wide wheels than dOO will on the narrow; and I. 
confident that all who will test the c> 
,, td Linds of wheels as thoroughly as he has done, 
will come to the same conclusion. % ix-spect- 

iQt broad roamed wheels is soon to take effect, it is gra- | 
ttf/iog to have the aanct 

a judge, for belk-ving that al. ,ioiivill 

oeasc upon a fsir trial nf advantages uod uulity. 

[J\1-.. ' '-' >iry. 

Pmxrr. WILLIAM, of \\irterobr 

iron (HI trjfTeU through certain jiarts 

hs agmu arriTtd i' .;is, tor the ^^)ecial purpuse 

MI ing i he Upper ^' t passing tl 

Moootams aod going on to the Pacific. 

IS-DIAKS IK GEORGIA. ID a message of the governor, 
coouDOOicatiog certain information relative to Indian 
affaire he very decidedly maintains the rights of the 
M ajserted in the different proceedings had in 
the legislature, as to jurisdiction, &c. over the lands 
aeh' by the Indians; but recommends moderation- 
saying, that the ngbts of the state will not suffer, if 
their enforcement shall be a little delayed. II 
es to allow Lime to the general government to fulfil 
its compact witb tbe state, which be believes that 
there is au entire disposition to do. He says 'the 
humane and intelligent are every where concurring 
with tbe views of the government, 11 in giving to the 
Indians a permanent location west of the MiaaJiainfi. 
He reprds the whole subject as "delicate and diffi- 



ry be not of- 

to act 

on the J cxeit its "sole- 

5<r 

..*>'. session, which pro- 
hibited ! y, has bee, 

protest against this was enu ; minor- 

ity, th< uing which appear to 

bave been raihci 

lti.. (Measure th;i 'hese thingf. 

A mild and magnanimous deportmt nt towards an un- 

i. than severe and 
Miportance to 

,:ii<, that time *li '\vcd them for se- 

ii, and a reason- 
.ther the interests 

or the rij-liL-of the Indian lands 

arc not v of the po- 

pulation! And if the "nd men" r:m be removed by 
, .n, or the apparent nece-sity of retiring from 

' how 

u ill it ' tell in ' 

should be Or i i!,e "tombs of their fathers,'' 

by the point of th< 

itniher | , \vere h^J 

fate of. 

THE - \- Cou- 

i 

'US 8UC- 

get the iLurns nt tli >\ r think Ilia', 

the tilii' 

led until tlr 
(inr MD.-thy il.'fi i!rt;:>ifrale, in r-b 

, in the 
l : nitcd States, un.l, it' Ins ln-:dtli will permit, he will no 

:ismi to st-rve another ' 

; rives, how s state to act 

on tlit si- tjii- -.1 ions, we can assure our v. 

;>nhlican par- 
ty throughout tin: United States. Her claims ar- 
:on! so v. ill ninli rvo<d, llnit it In: 

>laU b M Itll w lin-'i 

is a state. 

'|J'. I id' vrilifi- 

,>'il)Iican prin- 
>'ry and legal 
isures unite 

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it s tcn- 
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,;rol" ;l the choke 

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diacreet, because it . nxliTidual whom it 

prole si- s to senre, -anl i directly in conflict with his 

ippoeed 

-ii^i f,i, ot i', '..-i. \li \ an Km 

isconntenancingand 
p^ss \>) unnnpro 

i not yet, as we have s< 

ponded to the reproof ot ,raph." It will be 

M! thnt the editors of these papers have some- 
limes disagreed in opinion. 

PHMBTTKRIA* STKOD of the province ( Ulster, 
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The following is the speech of < ' 
hall, ( .DrWDR*jcK 

How f i he sejeialmoet of too- 

ther Rt*. jet linger in these days of rtform to speak 
the languaV il wisdom, in words of truth 

and soberness! 

ill nnw rose and addressed the commit- 

following ti 

The gentleman from Chesterfield, has understood 
the language of these resolutions ci > doubt 

he jurisdiction o! 

ould be submitted entirely to 
was no question on the sub- 
ject, .(hnentof the gen- 
deroa; .Ik. I had no objection to r. 
that tli >d been long k> 
the cc: nd ought to be retained, 
ihre was some ulililr in tht> change. Au to 
ibat there had been a regular and 
of the constitution of the U. States 
for a h of time, that was no reason to 
rhan^ jipeal*, because the con- 
:a, had been in existence for a still 
mj original objection t 



in may uflei - man 

v. ill not be affected by that consideration? 

by it: if the mere re- 

,e making some chnnpc in theor- 

that these 

>now- 

may, 
hanging the 

'range plar : iment 

;i restraint 

. was to make au imputation upon 
id not 
1 act in that manner, 



the change had been only that it was unnecessary, ! 
"iard the gentleman's argument I felt more. ' 
on the question, whether the con- 
- ihe federal constitution by the congreos 
of the r rhether it will be adhered 

to or not. That question I shall not touch it is not 
before : tee. We act on the presumption, 

that that construction might be adopted, and \ 

J against u. The argument of tbe gentleman 
goes to prove, not only that there is no such thing, as 
judicial independence, but that there ought not to be 
a it is unwise and improvident to 
make the tenure of the judge's office to continue du- 
ring gt>od tu 14 the effect of his argu- 
ment, to prove, not only that 
there is no *ucb t' at there 
should be. I have grown old in the opinion, that 
iing more dear t :httobe 
j .~ ker statesmen, and that the best interests 



would not provide against it. Tor what do 
you make a const it your confidence is corn- 

is to be cast upon th< 

why arc we making another constitution? Consider 
how fur this nrpumcnt extends. In the 10th resolu- 
tion of the legislative committee, you say that DO bill 
of attainder or ex post facto law shall be passed 
What a calumny is here upon the of the 

gentleman's native state! Do you believe that the 
legislature will pass a bill of attainder, or an ex post 
facto law? Do you believe that they will pats a law 

!;g the obligation of contracts? If not, why 
s not the principle of the 
:om Orange apply as much to this case 
as to the other? You declare that the legislature 



dear 

of our country are secure 

eminent, and the man wh 
r.g: between the nr 
tie co d the poorest and most unpopular. 



sn the gov- 



shall not take private property for the public use 
without just compensation: do you believe that the 
ill put forth their grap upon private 
pr-'perty, ithout compensation? Ctrtainly I do not. 
fhrro is as little reason to believe they will do such 
< this, as there is to believe that a legi 
nd against :i j^:. : ' given a (!< 

me favorite opinion and favorite measure 
.gainst a popular individual who has 
almost led the legislature by his tenets and influence. 
I am persuaded there is at least as much danger that 
ill lay hold on such an individual, as that thev 
will condemn a man to death for doing that which 
.mittrd it was no crime The gentlemau 
possible the legislature should ever think 
of doing such a thing Why then expunge the pro- 
hibition? He replies, the benefit to be obtained is 
-sible the legislature may create 
judges whom they afterwards discover to be useless: 
-i:crn their error, but if this clause is retained, 
step and abolish tb< 



It is of the lust importance, that in the exern<o of 
these duties, he should obser irnes?. 

Need I press the necr every 

man feel that his own personal security and thesecu- 
ty depends on that fairno**. The 
judicial department comes home in its effects to eve- 

s fireside; it paes on his property, his repu- 
tation, liif life, his all. In it not degree 

int, that he should b< tly and 

.::dfpender,' 

not allow a man to perform the duties of a 

-ii one dollar of interest in the raat- 
e decided; and will you allow a judge to give 
a decision when his office may depend upon it? when 
hi* decision may offend a powerful and intluential 
man? Tour salaries do not allow any of your judges 
to lay up for his old age; the longer he remains in 
office, the more dependant he becomes upon bis of- 
fice. He wishes to retain it; if he did not wish to 
retain it, be would not have accepted it. And will 
vou make me believe, that if the manner of hi? deci- 



rnraent is pro- i work. N this probable? In the history of this coun- 
ful imlivi<: judges..are known to be charged with duties they 

are scarcely equal to: there are no surplus judges. 



The office does not descend to the family and mul- 



tiply with it. All the jud 

and they D 
get rid of a judge, as create 



by a legis- 
iolish a court to 
to make a Judge. 



There can be no juet fear that unnecessary judges 
will be created it is not the tendency of our situa- 
tion and our government (The danger that they 
will be left tinpe: .re probable): but if it 

does arise, it is provided against by the 8th reolu- 

I see no utility in the amendment of the gentleman 
rfolk: it will change the established appella- 
irt long settled in our own constitution. 
Be this however as it may, nothing can be in my ap- 
;on more mischievous than to expunge that 
clause with the views that gentleman entertains. His 
design is, professedly and avowedly, to leave all the 
but the judges of the court of appeals, (and 
o as I believe will be the fact) to the power 
of the legislature. There is this difference; the re- 
moval of a judge is an unpleasant task it usually 
occasions sor ce b'." merely to take away 



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been wiloeaaod 10 tbi 
The following memorial to coogreM was propotod 

Dioaway a od>ecoodadby \ 
both of whom delivered addraaaei wbich < 
ceivcd with marked applaue. Tt.e memor.al waa 
umroimpusTr adopted. 



,U 
rret the name* 



prac l:ce of aaaiitamn 

of tboao for Vwoai tbey 



erat 100 nama PI wwwc ivr WW^B \**j , vmp 

tba ugic . <wi ai ileiaaae. 

on a level with booorable mercbat 

tattoo motllbia ofer lo amaggJtr*. aod to poryary. 

wbea it coasidertd bow Um the datka 

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Kuardof moraU. Wbal would be the taaraaoa 

perpetntora wara e^oaUy 



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poaaib. 

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to aooety at larft, 






I -JAN. 2,1380- VVU DKl'AKi 



Mty it. th e your K :. >dy to 

grant mrh r r wisdom may . 

following resolutions were also adopted at the 
meeting: 

1. Rftolred, TK -h auc- 

tion*, but to : 'i make 

them a 

ipir,. and unlesa uprrdilv and effectually 

-. merchants, and man 

3. RnolvJ. Thattht the auction 

ncealruent, encourage* smug- 



and dangerous rharr:< .se, and 

that w nations guard t 

< elude penal 
enactments and to defraud the governn 

o/rf</. That th< general in- 

terests, evinced by the 
ring so many ye.. 
plea of a free country, whose governrncn 

common good. 

5 Rrtolred, That as the success of all the great 
branches of national i* 
f d with the correction of th- 
evere 

cam* we have a right to rely upon the co-operation 
of ev 

'<frrd, That the anti-auction committee be in- 
ird the r. .ngton, 

. 

t the memorial and the resolutions 
be publi-ned in t 

liairman. 



,TftS Of 



pie have fixed them by law, the < .as by 

*anoii ex, 
In a ' 



But execu -Mori to \l 

. ha been < 

in violation, an I conceive, of the true principles of 
our governi: 

passed 25th, February 1799, 
fixes the pay and 



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ru AUDITOR'S LETTKB. 

4th auifoor'* c// 
SIR Your letter of the ; 
to me certain inquiries rei 
the navy department, has been conn*- 

to the imp'-rtutce of the suhjort Wuh 
ion 1 have bestowed upon t 
cannot yet speak wit 
dence of its 
ant change, without I . 
my i bservalion ar.d the opinions 1 have ; 
however, be communicated to jo utmont 

frankness. 

j is the vnews of p -rce of 

'ion. En;; 
a*fe only o l,,ng as tr.i granting n 

! further Here 
.-esentutives of Uie p< 

y shall 

nod the manner in which the accounts 
-pt. 
a safe, and. I think, a corr* e, that 



a< been fixed by Jaw \Vhn they are sub- 
expenses in thr p ibhc <<ervice he 
nay gr : 

more II 

Uteir expenee* 
other de\ 



peo- 



i alluwjnce of u com 



ve fortftfrl 

:r iwn for t! 
'Iron, and 
\c:ir in lu"j Q 

r year, for 
d ly law, and JJ.560 by the < 

actually pay for furniture, $.. 

u-y necessa- 
rily incur in sup; 
distant fleas and foreign 



it not he better - wo;. . mders 

feel better in receiving it, and the executive in pay- 
ing it were it an a 1 idc by law .- 

'Hirer's rat 
ihe contract pric- 

mutation is not fixed by lu-v, but by the ex- 
will. In speaking of ration*, the law knows no dis- 
tinction between the seamen 

Vet, by executive p 'he officer is 

allowed 66 per cent i.. ;i ration than the 

value of the seaman'a r . 

':is, would p 
icr color of comp . 

the executive allows the officer more than hi- 
rations, and thus increases his emoluments, 
remarks apply to every officer of the uavy. 

The executive als.> ullcitts a cajr ii.uin;- 

a line- 
for furniture; a capt-iii- 



UOflttCS 1 

of thoM 

As strange as it may seem ' 

ung any compensation whatever 
of the navy \- ycd or 

rimj nar\ 
the navy ya: 
provides a m 

perda% 

of 20 and under ., 

originated in executive Ic 
they are allowed half II 



lowed them at the navy yan 

> , the ca|.'.. 

per day, x 
U of woo-J 
and three servants at %* per month, amounting in all 



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Tu oil oAeort eomauUoB of IS OOOU or 

- 



o ia ->eir ctuBl etpcot r tcrwlj 

tlM vjoi, and b; 
mratiirc 






lioa for wood, ai |t pr eoH, 

.cee<l lb 
v <AM |n 



,nr pljce. )j ctpreti - , 4 tie 
r, too Honor wa* tootroolod 



, | -.. ! 11 ! r-.. fg :u. -r I p-v, 
M nude Ul*c b oftcisl ir 

-.,'u. ! f^i-.- i,l-r tfc,r 

. J \ I .( t fll,M ' T . I 

)roS, >nd her travtllmf iBpitllti 

...:. -..if |ti| l 
.0*0.1 |s p r day wlMtMM ffMi doly, Md irmtti- 

in.,; r* |ie .r%. 

OAecr* MflfMi 10 tOO e&ftAJMUOO Of I 
;e^'i*. hjc lt, ti 
jotturoM t*d 



^odipAtte 
l 0, wit* loo* 



. rl f .*.,r. 



name of 



j i >tiJ IT. t'lrtrti'ig btf'of*. 
U 1 iU 10 JfK 

n'.lf ' f rjrrj .'. ait I run foreign 




towed o 



dkooorood io for*^ eooouiM or* OM! 



.r ..-> :r. . ...... r.: ' r .M> 

>*at oi tr,ir rcouoto, ro 

40|>erd.J for 



:.{. rj rootaftOd of tbip or 

jondooMtaoMOtaof 

lod re 

> anty of 
.nnalinf from tOO Oil 






an i,y thr 

it $4 per da;, with trailing and other 



lire oak planla- 
$400. and I 
fiOO. 

1 jf e had Agents for rirvryim life ok lantU in 
. at 4 to $5 per day in addition to 

,'er daj has bcn allow 
.: of Florida, for keeping A: 
cd from slave hipv 

.are an agent at Liberia for receiving Afri- 
cans at a salary of $1600 ami an outfit of $600 

: navy hospitals v\ho receive 
salaries o $5,000 per year. 

social agmt. wh-> W a< a clerk in ihi* office, and al- 
lowed him l 
the law ei { 
cert shall oe appointed by i t,andjiomi- 

ial agenti have t.ecn employed for 
ar services, au :sand dollar* paid 

y for mot of these &;: 

<e secretar 

Jiavy to the . \. m no t 

ft-yen t .1). or ary o 

can 6b foucC? An ace 

a is allowed on t. 

. s n law ar . 



ita or 



tu origin is 
been as flu< 
more is allo 

f.t M in pun 
thir.L* lhat ri 



. IS lull 
partiality; and almost every man 

jw ance, ht 

similar claim ha* The UIK.'I- 

tor is harrassed with argoneols !. 

. the hardship < nty to 

5ome*allowance hereto: -csome 

have procured improper allowances, he i* censured 
because he does not put all upou an equalitv, by n,a 
king improper allowances to olheri F.n-ry u.n.v 
in dark and uncertain; and instead of being able at 
once to tern to some law or lawful regulo'. 
which to test every claim which is presented, be is 
compelled to spend hours and days in bunting for old 
md lookiru 

boldly cl t law or au- 

thority, because their case- 

nbraced in the estimates on whi< h the appro 
priations were founded. 1 

roate authorises an expenditure So far has 
presion gone, lhat men employed by con 

ive advanced st 
to the whole amo 

citimatct are, >tisome 

; la ; that they i ie apprupn- 

.iw; that congress aim si uniformly a; 
etc* less than i* -1.1:1 

gument ava 

r OWD rules above iboe of the leguia 
live power. Contres* have > r.e exe- 

cutive officers will be g >Terned by law 
mates; they never scrutinize them with an impres- 
sion lhat they are to be taken as law a: 
journmeftt: and iastance: are not wanting, where 



ve been deceived inlo appropriations for ob- 

:ned to 

',o danger of 

. it- or make 
- 

n the 

<; uell supposed, 
.re want of ! ,-:n and fixed system 

obeyed MI o^ 

Hy congress. By some t r upon some un- 

! dollam havn been 

/ and unexpectedly allowed Dy a repetition 
id pay which have al- 
ways h us, and 
.'.' of (!ie department hare 
been miserably <! 

loads roe t' ; the manner in which 

fieysare drawn from the treasury, and 
tints kept 

By a> res* it is declared, that all moneys 

I be applied to the purposes for 
whirl) they are appropriated, and no other, except 
that tru cases may be made by the 

.it from one appropi i^tion to another. In the 
:,e power of transfer extends only 
to ''pay of the navy," "provisions," medicine and 
hospital In of vessels' ':nnl "< loth ing." 

From i- 1- transfers may be 

ihc year for which the appropriations 
!c; and an account of such transfers is requi- 
red to he laid before congrcM within the first week 
of their next succeeding session. On the 1st of Feb- 
ruary of each year, Ihe secretary of Iho navy is re- 
quired to lay before congress, a statement, under 
each specific head of appropriation, of the amounts 
laird for the service of the preceding year, 
of the amounts expended, and of the balance re- 
maining 01. hand at the close of the year. 

n a nary agent, or other disbursing officer 
wants money, he writes to the secretary, stating the 
heads of appropriation under which it is wanted 
Thi- secretary issues a requis tion upon thcsecreta. 
ry of the treasury, f<>r a warrant for the amount, 
stating each item under its proper head of appro- 
priation. The comptroller countersigns it, and charg- 
h i item lo the proper appropriations. The 
auditor registers it, and charges the items to Ihedis- 
( T also under the proper heads. The 
officer renders his account for disbursements, under 
each head, and receives a credit under cacti. 
There are unclosed accounts on the 4th auditor's 

t forty heads of app; 

tion. Many officers have accounts under 

different heads, which are precisely like 

.rate accounts. Did every person 

ne navy department ask for it 

roper heads, expend it under the proper 

r hi, ar.co . the proper 

beads; ai.d bad no transfers rver been made, or when 

liey been r congress, and the 

there would have 

larit) in the accounts of the 

irregular and unlawful prac- 

^ and producing 

y among all its fiscal oflx-era, has 
appropnalions, and in- 

a* accounts in almost inextricable confusion. 
i agents have called for money under beads 
ofappr ilich were exhausted, formersecre- 

lanei have not he- end them money under 

il is a virtual transfer from one ap- 
propriation to another, and a violation of la 



. 






' 

HO* I - < r. >w\ 



<r 



>the approprtal 



| , 
to'n.Uui 
more nor I* 

mk up 

> 



ty department, f,T pur;.o*e o'!;er tf.an lh"c f,r 
rd. The account* now on- 1 

probably embrace oioro than a mtllit>o of dollar* 

: :hrm area* mi 

debtor u- i!r r another; hot the auditor hot no power j 
to tran*fer them It 

bable thai $30000 would pay all that i* reallr duel 
'jpon tko^c j.-roir '., UM! an p| r prutio-i of that 

*um. with power to make tho neceaeary traaeferaJ 
adJQet tbatn without thr- mtr rpotitioa of J 

i* made from one I 

toanothr re money ha* been | 

forwarded oodor one hood to bo espendod under 
another or where an a 

to pay a debt doe ondr tho comptroller'. | 

looa for 



purpoMt 



him unde 
and actui 



"-'.a- 
* 1 * 

ire- 

f.,ai ' 






in i no- 

from the tre.vjry . dartBf tbe 
I include* all traa*fer 
In* from Ibe 



me appropriation to afto- 

. 
,-, t- - 






fleer* oc 



of the t ent to 

led to he applied, 
on the tooood 
* charged to pr 

' to coogree*. Hence, 
there baa not been for many year* 
made to eoogreti of; the purpooot to which the nv> 
ropnate-l baa been applied 

nee totbecomp' r 1828, 

you * Oral column headed "balance* 

of appropriation*, on tbe firit day of January, 182V 

ted in 18t8;" the third, "re 

f added tofetr.' 
mount applicable to 

raded " amount drawn 
he treasury, during the year 

.eaded "b-> !anre. of approprtottoot oo tho S tat 
hrtt column gitea tho 

rach 
omptrotler'* book*, on tbe Ant .'". 

made d> 
coding year are debited to tbe appn ; 

T takeo, and credited to that m 

far from o tmo representation of the a 
the aoToral appro; 

*\ approprtotioot aaynr to hate boon esaaoet 

, *ome of them weroetbausted, and had her 
rowed large amount* froaa other*. The amount* oo 
borrowed were repaid out of tho appropriation* for 
IStS. Before tbe npr ,t:on of tbat year, me of 
tbe appropriation* were era in eibauated, aod 

T again borrowed from other 
rowed. an 

from ooe bead oflperofria- 



far from coo 

^r '. .tr nf ' 



bead of appropn 
diUoo of tho appcopriauot. 



to each appropriation, tho aiedo of 
count* in the comptroller 1 * oaloo, at, 

rW% | Wl It %H^o>w; IMM VoaioBevffJ loW 




'.e law reqoiree Prooi JQOllHilO of ih. 
fomptroller'. book*, aod cooToraoUor 
who keep them, I am aalmiad that to obUin fro* 
them correct information of tho *tatof the appro 
ow wholly tpfottoob*o 6 Moy Md 

K^AOk ikam t**a*faW ik** "- 

I ^ . . . r . : 



lop, tho adraoeoa voder wiaof ooaW t fct. 4/e that 
> net er he unrarelkd. and Ike oolr r*> 
oiedy for tho poet I* to cot the knot. 

n. book*, a 




jrrr.r,. to COO 6- 

tio- for any one yar 
inth ibth 

accruing ten 
for 



rxrr.' 



,.,... -,...- . 
:.' ".' '' '"" 

> -- . - ' *; 

tho current year Tbe eomr*- 

; - - - 






Ml.KS'RF 



, 1S30 NAVV DEPARTMENT. 



year, but only the payment* Large sums have been 
takeo out of the appropriati . a few year* 

eaue of the deficiency in some of them, which h, 
in fact, offices 

for sever. I y 

was money enoti . tr principal 

T up ail HC 
> ; y, U*9, and 

wa an aggregate d 
' 

iifficult toaciTtain fully, and detail accurate- 
ly, all the practice* which have embarrassed the ac- 
of the navy department, aod perhaps it is 
more >ut a remedy. But the result 

-hall be freely given. 
an effectual reform in the busi- 
ness of the department, I would suggest the ; 
ty of an appeal to congress to remodel the whole 
system of pay and emoluments of the naval officers, 
-tie as possible to the discretion of the 
and covert allowance 

should he discontinued and forbidden: and the pay of 
all :h i;n as to leave DO room 

for co- > liberal as to remove present 

inducement* :> .-e*k nn increase by ind 
The regular pay of oft* navy in far below 

that of officers of the army, in similar grades. Cer- 
tainly, es and dangers are not lets. Bear- 
flag toeif t-yareexpo- 

- -eases and death, in a degree far 
beyoo'i .nti-red in time of pence by 
the offi army. By the feeble health and 
broken con* 1 rning from distant 

who present themselves to me for a settle- 
ment of their accounts, I am constantly admonished 
of the hardships these brave men have to encounter. 
1 the country be unjust to them. 

The lawful compensation to commanders of squad- 
rons is peculiarly inadequate. By their skill and 
valor they have made our flag glorious, and have at- 
tracted to our ships the attention of the world. \Vht-n 
they enter foreign ports, or meet foreign squadrons, 
they are obliged to receive and return the visits of 
those whom curiosity or admiration attract on board 
their e.eh. As unwilling to be outdone in cour 
lesy as to be conquered in battle, they are com 
peJIed to incur expense^ which their regular pay 
and emolument! are inadequate to meet I.' 
be no longer subjected to the humiliation of begging 
indirect and unauthorized allowances from the exe- 
cutive, when an ample compensation ought to be ac- 
corded to them by the representatives of the Ameri- 
can people. 

It is more important lhat congress should give us 

tyafem of pay and emoluments, because discretion- 
ary allowances by the executive tend to injustice, 

:<nd endless jealousies. While the officer 
of nice feelings stand* aloof, and relies upon hiscoun- 
try to provide for him the less scrupulous make 
Ires the assiduous flatterer.- of those in power. 

ub-erviency, 
ies and lofty 



- ucces operates as a pr 
and disheartens those of hoi 



minds. The supple and corrupt may monopolize 
>rs of the government, while the independant 
honest are kept in obscurity, or driven from the pub- 
The nnnd-% of officers, instead of being 
devoted to the interests and glory of the navy, are 



employed upon the 



of pursuading the secre- 



r his necessities, it is fearful to think how far 
>n might spread in this essential arm of the 
national def< 

How vastly important i* it, not only to the safety of 

i< pecuniary 

rr offi- 

e, 

. 
raclrr, 

ral pay; make it fixed and certain; place 
:i inatUr of rijrht, 

teach them <nseives il* 

no executive officer for their einolum 

untry only; they will then devote themselves 
M or that man who may chance to h 
office of preside, or auditor, but to the 

glory oi public. 

The navy will become ; ^h ho- 

.n it is now distinguished for 
its valor. 

I doubt whether the present system of supplying 
seamen on board ships with comforts,is not injunou- 
to lh morals of the navy. It affords an ever active 
temptation to pursers to cheat the seamen, and that 
they are sometimes overcome by it, we have ample 
But I am not prepared to augge-t 

Punlic economy, no ics-j than the character of the 
led system. Although 

the pay of every officer might be nominally much in- 
creased, the aggregate sinotmt paid them would not 
be greater i> ,'urhaps it would oe , 

least the increasing pr<n l i always attends 

a loose system, would be checked, and the ultimate 
effect would be a saving of public money. 

One of the most important results of a well defin- 
ed system would be, the restoration of confidence to 
the public offices, and of truth to their records. 
Truth is the basis of all morals, of all useful religion, 
of society itself. Yet our public books and records 
hare been filled with systematic falsehoods. Does 
any one suppose that a :i has been allow- 

ed to the commanders of squadrons for the purpose 
of paying them for the trouble of drawing bill*' The 
trouble is nothing: the name given to the allowance 
is a mere pretence. Lately 2000 dollars have been 
allowed them in lieu of commissions. This is one 
stepnearerto a direct allowance without pr< 
The truth is, the allowance i> in:idi- to inert 
emoluments, and nothing else. Who, on Hi.Tjr 
the books of this office that six hundred dollars has 
been allowed to pursers for clerkhire, would doubt 
that this money has been paid for clerks. V 
is not the fact. The allowance has beed made sole- 
ly to cover a charge of commission on moneys paid 
to mechanics and laborers, and to increase the pur- 
sers lawful emoluments. Who would doubt that 
tbe navy agents paid out for house rent, clerkhire, 
&c. &c. the sums which have been allowed them un- 
der those names? Yet, such is not the fact, at least in 
many instam < ugned as an expedient to in- 

crease their allowances beyond one per cent on their 
disbursements, or to make it exceed 2000 dollars. 
The public books are full of sucb pretences and false- 
hoods. Sometime?, it is believed, vouci. 
substance as well as in form, have been used to draw 
money from the treasury. So familiar has the 
mode of doing business under fictitious names be- 
come to many honest men long in office, that it is 
difficult to convince them of its evil tendencies, and 



tary or :.< fflcers to eke out their emolu 

ments by additional allowance-. If every claim ie wrong. Is it not important to correct this? 

not allowed which bear- . re~. mblance to such * security for the faithful application of 

have been allowed to other -satisfied and i the public money, when the records of iU diatnbu- 

complain of partiality BMJ i if an account- { lion are permitted to be falsified? There is no safe- 

ing officer be corrupt, and it be understood that I ty, unleas even tne appearance of falsehood be root- 
claims will be favorably considered io proportion as led out. Indulgence in one untruth blunts the moral 
claimant ministers to his passions, his partisan feel- j seise, and leads to another. A falsehood inform 









ev.l creep* on until thr 

L W r f r f f ft * tilt* f ftt'i'ir * * * ' i C r 



od by re- 

far ILe 



MM. 

MM perceive bj tli f 

the whole < ' 



i . it. 






M, ac.d 






the fault 

m i 

-of 
to tncct all arrearage* urv. 


. that day, and all btlancn due f 

t appropriation. I.M rjrrful rMiniulf 






naval 

\\? 



Ml, thl 



oey. end in tor III*T i r pre 

t tueb M may be aid*, be re 

law require, thai Ibe de 

ea* law, 

aaai araeHraaf/ roo> 

tn-i. in oae repru, u- 



igoat, enter thia omce, and at 

10 ascertain for what parpaaoa tl 
neyh- 
will he look 

tba books? They will give him none. The 
are all iu rneral terms under earh head, a 

he alc ecullections are indit- 

;nd UBtatiafmetory. He can procure what 
wanta, only by personal inepeclioo ui the ten 
ami* of vouchers in thousands of accounta which ft 
take morttf ne. I have boaa in thia 

ofice about ail month*, and all I know of paat traoa- 
actione haa hooa obtai- m loo 

ary routine of buaioeat, or io lediou 

% of paper* which 611 Ihopaaaaga. the aholfoa, 

>n-hole of the offlre, I know i. 
ran I ever koow, without opening and earn 
apecliog the eonteola t>t 'tout a 

<earrh, we cannot tell what the building or 
at coat, or any thing elao of 

thoao bu nd red itemt of information which are alwayt 
telaroatinj: and often uaeful. The various itemt are 
Matter 
riout head, of appropriatioa, from H 

licult, and aometimee impoeaiblc to cull aod 

oat a>eada of appropriation. a they 

in the heoka efthit oca, are like i plea did 

tiona, more beautiful ia theory than useful 

io practica. 

It appeara to me, all the bencftia oow derived 
from specific appropriationa might be real 12 

nveaiences, by raejoiriaf toe depart- 



HI to pc mat *p*fic 



'' ...... i 

nd a 



.m io the 
iacailoobigl 



lotion for c try 
Uaa4 



P'am thai t erv 

4 r ^..n,.,. . ,;,j 

era ro 



To manag the afia 
i.-j? Moattan maV 



the c.ifr.-i mciit iu ie 
maar-.r . O1 UMa 



Tl. 



>y ap f 



Unga 



<myaotofe&( !o oat latter my- 

any great value ouchl Io ho alia aha < to my 

ah^ll k 



vaoftciaory Io the aavj, aa<T piaco 



. af air* on iho 
! thall M more 

raaoaoUvlit. jor 



Mf. rcvavy e/l*ri 



r TM. 




S, Tr,r com in ml mt| I tl.c ^.a., \,r . r . ;a 

thttubjtrutowhicft.byy^. 

,ou wero pka**d to d.rr. . the.r loquine*. all the al- 

l^i/^i'.r.r .-!",- Mrf V.r, Ml 



TmaateafjUtOfW. 



r he4t, boat ****. 

HI ,- gfj . b kj trafraaa at Norfgat i >' ic- 
to; ar.d the peper A wilfebaw the aaaioor aod dit- 

aoofthaajein 

2taoi 



; i w 



NAVY PKrMUi MENT 



The qurrj at to the number of nary yards DOW 

ltd and in operation, is <>:.. 
as to command tbu mo*t en 

inn may ex > 

ire aware of the resj 

i nance of n 



-tboae possessing the most Li!l become 
-ly urran^' 



COMlStcnt 



tnej .tj- 
irtioned 



y yard* greater than is 
Deny, or the wants of the 



: the nuinlu 

jr for building an : 4 our ship 

most despatch, can, in n 

< r with economy, or the w.. 



. >us that lli 



greater tiie number of navy 
v be the expense, 
uuild- 



aig, repaint^, equipping 

quires 

altbougk it may 

purposes. The pr 

vard beinc necessarily th< 



and viUiulli 
rs to I 



constantly uted fa 

subalu 

but not in v. 



aggrejja 
the pro: 





me, the same y 
intained, whether the am 
arge or otherwise. In y.i. 
general purposes, souj< 
ight, probably be dispensed with; 
number to affect, materially, the 



>te amount of expenses, if we keep in new 
preservation of system. 

Were we to disregard economy, plausible i 
might be assigned, even for an increased number of 
yards. It ought be urg-ed that multiplying their num- 
ber, would multiply the chances of reaching one of 
them io cases of emergency such a- 
storms or disasters in battle; but when we look to 
the localities of our present yard#, there are but ftv 
of them that can claim a decided preference, even 
in this, the raot favorable, but certairly fallacious 
? iew of the subject. The harbor of Boston can be 



. do more work per day, but I 

ilcula- 
i 
' 

under 
ithout a i 

erage more C 

ing a loss of < no to save which, iiie- 

' 10 per cent 

leas wages . \rortii 

probably J5 [ -lilt in the 

ly exposed : rain. 

"ild be dirTi . siale fully Uie value of 

-of mechanics, - their skill 

and HI \viili every necessary 

nee. f;iithfu!lj to execute tho public works 

in the best mam the shortest lirne: In 

K greatly prom"' 

:.';sl intore* :y ^ould bu sub- 

served. 

.4 other cc ; attention, it 

:>er of 

nary y .c coo- 

uld, in U.c building of 

c sared. In the present state of things 

such materials arc distributed among so many yard* 

that tin; expense and difficulty of collecting them at 

at anyone point, frequently exceeds their value. 

-.lion then in reference to tho ex- 
pense, and to the efficiency of our naval establish- 
ment, the commissioners are decidedly of the opin- 

':t number of navy yards is ' 

er thai ;it either with economy or the 

wants of the service. 7 ' 

question here arises what number of nary 
yards does the nary, viewed in its present and pro- 
bable future state, require to secure to it all the ad- 
s and facilities necessary to render it in the 



entered only when the wind shall s inion |ant 

Its snow storms in winter, its for )in , we musl , ook ' A\. 8eaooard and consider 



point, ne must look to our seaboard and consider 

present .enous and frequently miserable diffin. lt.es. w lhc , 0calllie9 of our harbors. 
The same objections apply jt allhougb nuin erou8, there are but few of them 

! im P 5h.re. New York, Phila. wnich can b 6 e safel) , eotered by shlpa of tne i ine| or 

eren large frigates: and surely it will be conceded, 
that none other should be selected as a general rcn- 
II for our navy. 



delphia, and Pensacola, are all objectionable, as 
neither of them is easily accessible; and the two lat- 
ter cannot be entered by ships of great draught, even 
at high water. 

If the number of nary yards were confined to the 
number necessary for the service, in peace, or in 
war, many adranlages would result. The expenses 
would be reduced, and efficiency greatly promoted; 
system and uniformity might be more easily \,; 
cd, and the accountability of those baring the direc- 
tion, rendered more certain and precise. By redu- 
cing the number of yards, more work would neccssari. 
ly hare to be done at e.< <>uld enable the go- 

vernment to concentrate artificers, ship car; 
and other necessary mechanics, and give them con- 
stant employment: end government would bare it in 
its power to select and retain in its service, the most 
valuable, at fixed and moderate wages. We should 
escape the inconveniences to which we are now ex- 



Our man! presents two prominent po- 

sitions, of which a skillful invading enemy would en- 
(<cavor to gain possession as enabling him, more 
effectually than any other, to harass our coasting and 
' 



trade, and cut oil' our internal communica- 
tion by water while they would also enable him, 
with but a small military force, comparatively, to 
compel us to maintain more than ten times his num- 
ber of troops to protect points in the very heart of 
our country which he might be continually threaten- 
ing, although he might never seriously desip 
tack. The- . ly those which we 

should moat vi^ilanily preserve froui his grasp. The 
,;m objects of great in- 

terests to him, render them doubly important to us. 
possessing them, could thus seriously annoy 



posed, by employing mechanic- at so many different) us, we having them in possession, could thence most 
points to execute the public works, and discharging; effectually protect our line of coast, and asfeail biu> 
them when such works are done. should he attempt a blockade. An enemy exclud- 

This state of things not only compels us fn from these positions, can no where upon oar 

ly to pay high wages, but to accept the services of ic- ' co&st find more than temporary shelter for bis 






The history < 



great eatiafaeOu 

to be .uirrpUMc ul perl.-.: dr!.- 
NbUi 

greater raatt of aoct 
are afforded DT any oi 
of coast, they I 

.ipoflantand 

> general rendezvous of our iu 
ar, and thc.c .bey tbn.k . 







, , 



r I 



, 



M| If. Mil 



- 



.. L< r.r 



: ^ c .- 
u.t t^ 



me frontier 

:i 

aavl olfcer 
, the delen 


ax* be able 






eo4 Ut *AU >c tfoM wilh the m? 



p* 

i- .U'cr. aud 



the almoel ineibausltblo aayplioa of ttttp timber af 
forded by ill o Cuoapake , 

, cnor to any other place oo our wfc !< 

line of coM for a *rr: na-l ^Ut: j ( , 4 i.tl ip 

iN* 

bay 
Ulh 



! Jf4, flte 

'* I ' 

atal Ulat canal it io cottUoipUtioo. .: eo 

f ftbod* I*JM4> M4 

jmplrtrd upon 

0lfC 1(1 b 

> >p of wr. it uuM OMOI 



. ^ _ , ., .. ^. 



these aa the moil important poaiuooa for i. .. 

DOtV U'*u ltft(lOti9 MI f v." t ' )t"C ' ' ' r i " i ' _. i '4 

gas aod faeililiet they afford for the rende. 

:ere are other f tewa which atrike our mmd% 
TO iooreaeed force ami miareat , and conduct us to 



our whole hue of 
Naoturkel South Sb^el. by a direct , eale, and ( _ 

ten, p . time e< 

at or ooer Newport. 

. . 



'a a atate of 
war, a 

^uardu coU, consisting of ships, 

aided by iteau t> > . ne*. co->prrat. 

the pcrmaiu ,on* now . would 

hose points in a stair enable 

us to pt 

land c 

aod baxardou* at any point, and probab.o 
bio at most .r, and 

mailer toaaala, sailing laeu e, aa ihey would ne able 

:ig, a* they migfa 1 

winds, would annoy t;u coMiurrri- ..! : .c , Bfjg 
teas, eren on bis own iasU, aod ai loe 

borslo protect *!U.M f>< 
be obliged io draw ihc larger , art of hta 
force from our coaai^ifstaliouod 
thus eomoel htm lo act on the defcniiTe, while ihe 
chance of our merchant and other vessels safely re 
ould be . eased. Too 

importance of a navy doea not depend so much up 
upon their aixe and enW 
dispo.itio.oflhe.uin r 



Ad the annoyance of an 



a4 it> 

Dd Bofttott iLlcna^i . 



nod Pc:itacola. are . . it:. : at t i .!. 
Ihe two latter cannot be entered : y ships of 
draught of * um. 

Tbeysrd . 



outtli of 



OB the number of ahipe aa 

ency, and .. 
enee lo our own 

In 



our ebie, articularl Ihoae of 




ly iir,. if.!.., 

auddenlf upon toe our 

coast, and bringing with b.m, aa it aifbt happen, the 
declared war agaiutt 
tropoiUoat rc- 



Itpniiaaiai : 

ehors. camboosoa, blocka, caatia^a. a&4 >at icaeaf j 
sloros generally . and * 

> actorie* being cooducUd uo4r Ut eamw4< 
au eye of goverameot-aod .Mb^p like FltMll 

rale* a* 
admit ihe pMeafe ea* ship* of a< 

. . . ! . . : I, . i: - s 

Ha eOMtltoa) wilh the Cboaapoafce t>a , ad te fa- 
ta wbsoh two iMilu of ahifa, of the lotyjeji 
elaaa, mat ho towed to Hampton imm. 
by oammoa etaam boals, it wUl we aeea .thai it sj ejol 
rfaalitajia of adtmatafoa, at e aa a building rerd, if 
viewed io the light of an .unitary lo a UTMT aad 
a.t,m Ut 



of the 
UWM ih 

jarda, t 



wilhroapoel lo the 



tiewin^ Ifce qwtaUoo it 

TV of the nay 

. vAiwa txvati ' 



- , . v 



the Gulf of M. tiro (prionpally as a plaoe Cor the 
depo*ii of ttom), all of owr outr yards mukt M (he 
course of e faw ye*r (ilio* tof Uoe to rrm ' 
hip.^ ) be dpased wiih, wiifcoot Injury lo the 



Ml K>' UKlilSTER JAN .'. 1830- NAVY PKPARTMKM. 



Newport, Rhode Island. Thnl i 1 

1 rendezvous, in peace an'! 
virieake bay, at 

".e yard at Wast 

ed an auxiliary to the one and that 
an auxiliary to the other. > 

Mcrtained, thai 
would be greatly ; 
As to the 

ry from thr 

tion, and m 



Cheiapeake eastward, does not differ BO much as to 

effect materially the preserve ,,-. at any one 

yards more than at another: that if a 

the best materials, and he in sound 
>n and well caulked, when placed in 
ry, she may, by exHuc!: 
her thoroughly clean, dry and well ventila; 

2 her occasionally, be preserved in that state 
at either or the yards. The great 

cay In \ believed to be, . 

having been planked with timber, sorn* 

the wrong reason, (although alwnj* endea*.. 

be guarded agn - 

ly not weM eaorud, Dnd i 

union of both cau-r. The 



lid be found as cfirotinl if not more ao, 
timber. Lrl it be 

1 

it ren- 





-', then 
Noars. 

Mmthr ..- I. it i :.i- imm'-i -e.it in water and co- 

.intil il shall 
uaa. 

!c, when the 

portion of the oap i- ; m tr.l m it- circula- 
tion (say from the 



bruary), and 

iu the -prii 2, if to be avoid) 
early M 






d in 



may almost ne considered a* imp 

These ob- 

dinary. whethei ttn-y have b. c-" ir: :IM 
not, pr e m ac- 

tual ser > as ra- 

pidly as they do when lying in ordinal N 
from the weather: but if protected, m the way above 
Mgpsicd, they may be preserved much longer in or- 
. than while in service at sea, a they are not 
subject to the wear and tear and \ 
mate, which vessels in service are exp"- .It.,. I- 
would be a dithc'ilt task inde :C loss- 

es sustained under the present < anage- 

ice to the quality and con<!i 

the materials ustd in i' mi, of .-MT ships'* 

From nere 1 - "ce the creation of our navy, 

we have been compelled to use, to a great extent un- 
seasoned limber 

our ships bence immense expenditures an'! 
loss of time (in va! from the ne- 

cessity of frequently repairing them. 
The remedy tor thhevil con^istn in providing 



sive supplies of sliip timber, and 



it in fl 



, as 
be 
dilation of air; but at the sunn turn; t < shield it from 

, 

'old. 

'ting ships before 
(, well 
. :-hip ran be pr 

ably as 
'he furniture of a house, partii ul.-rly if built 

ii.terials and properly ventilated. 
Launched, and not protected white building, by a 
or other coining from the weather, as has 
from n ' a the case, with many of our ships, 

and continuing unprcttctcd. (Heir decay soon coramenr 
.! becomes desiructivt-. particularly in their 
planking. 

As to the effect of different kinds of water upon 
copper on ^hip? lying in ordinary, salt water is doubt- 

i- than frest 

there i riot a strong urrent such c pper as i used 
!ild last pr-ibably twenty to 
-jit water, the i-.if rts upon 
tbly upon the degree of salt- 
places 

i some situations, soon 
d oysters at- 
tach tl. o v-ry inju- 



to be well seasoned before it shall hr >' only a 

sing, either in the coostrut formed on ' -.1 *ur- 

oursh t , all not be | 

Tbe eommiisioners earnestly recommend tt 

Je4to ...on, and they w< er can be pr , 

specifull) recommend that our vesel . ,h e conti 

I'levi .ijslj 
;>rerve them from decay. They ca 

i. It w a.s 

t. often heretofore urged, would have o 
far claimed th< . nor jbk atteritit.' 
have indured t.';,/ , ,rable body to have made the 



r> a; ; ns. 

It may be proper here to <.ubruif the n 



many . nn unstil> 



ri in -alt u-utrr. -^till the contrary, 
,ic ca-^e ^ith regard to the tim 

to be more dura- 
ll a far more 

' than nipper in the construction 
^c refer to the cost, or the 

'aincd at all 

f consideration, that the --ill in 

y calculated as rendez- 



ing all these opinion!", aod i 
*-*ncr 



r.your 
I lion. Jf-ifv BRAWCH, trrretary of iht nmy. 









-^ lu'Ml 



ark b U boar* a*4 J all t 
*> Tto 



, 

U' 



M(A corn, (BU*C). 






.-ri n-k:. ; i-ii. ..r..: Mtf M*>, , . 






taprotnl ooodittou, Jo faMtoew or to ret. f ui tftfr; '. m 'i,h H if|iin 

I'j-vi:. it. I ih*re are 01 far nit, ** U*?cr*. 10 pfc? .**. 

TV JFranoywiV 

f ' 1: '^'; '/ '". ;! * x ' ' >; ' ^ ' ' '''' ; - - - ? - - 

JMrfflBilJftM One Of * 

- 

fbiBM.d tlc j'iirr ? m ) huurt 5S n^nutt 'it'jucc 36 

aiOf. i)0.000 worth ui vms tilk MM! 10 be mwJc 
i lifco, COM., htre the 



at bandaocr. 



htH that they old bepraiuMt. H r%Mh .nfil 

,.,.-^- II,- N, ...... 



. ... 



, !< 



d br, it I 

-tulr rt<>mt of the h>ki 

.y be obkerrnl that FrulaT, l> i: |t 

tvU If 
i M ton WM to opprecwe, M to r, i 

ir-blr. 



by ihe <c i! i,! ol Mime ttnokc |i'i)i; > ''..- - < 

hrakl* 

fa ton. . m Ms pk. 

Irnh !..rlt. M IVihlm. K r,>** s out of dUputr M M! e* 

. ' 

t OQI of : . 

Xttfcw pPfmlMMM ol 

t j\ pri 

- 

' 

. 
hool a very etrcrdin < 

ihetWi 











-of imruorwl prr 

'I'. ,*- ,?,.,-. 

I'M- MMMru! ,: ... , :il rct,. r . ol l,r H,!i.,.,oie -...d 

> rail rowl company, 
-Muwmi, 

i om the 

;KW which they have 
luorrtban one year, and 



'cm :,rt.fl\ ffi'ji 



(he graduation of mx 



.ost rxpVntite and dinV 

of the rntn-r l.i.r. I'IMMI about three inilci . 
has Urn : 
iHMSaary ts of incorporation bare b 

i.om the u. na, and 

Virginia, ml hag your saeioorwii.; with mo ; 

; 0< r lo tnm'in t 

vmewy rc 






of Man I '.nx a 

of $-,UK>.' 

$60U,00> IU.B bienivi. it.-d, ll,< inHalim i,t l>. in- all pu,<! 
of stock belonging either to the pub- 



Ike ttoc 


.(ion. 

(!. favr 

kk( 



' 

njj: 



.< long or MI: 

me. 

"11 I ' 





rtwecc 

< i>" n rxMni 

propoaed road aa t 
taioly practicable, 
supposed; and an actual . 

>a(!e, extending ' 
tomae, a distance of abo 
e a route for a road has t 
the exception of a sligl 
cy and Potomac, has c 
lUtatti 
in occasion but li 
the :miiportut;i.n. 1<> DUTSU 

untain, an! 
miles, 
lU ;r:ng .t^t.cr.-ry | . M 
lias not U rn p:,i 
:u tbe eastern base 


l been inoit 

lit sixty -six i, 
uitd, wliu-h. who 

single summit, an<1 
:--ss, as 
t ase of exp' 
ing the 


- 
. 

nts, rs- 

ktndly broug! 

i iU tn^l.i 


l-!nlfd tO me tlr SklTlU SUbta.lHI'.K bjnl .1. 

cuuld approve, il applauded, ;iml when it could 
! ruy errors. 
KU , Miid wh:Ue\tr I hare, 

tiiustances, pub) would 
i it ant! 
ive not 
.: com- 


:ul gra- 
>t t!.'- i:.oi.r I.I.P, tli road 1 litud< inspired 1 \*:<ii-. iliis. 



can be cunductcd by a 

aid of stationary engine*. .'pe u> iU 

hte improvements in the er 

, M i,l li. <,n,i ir.. < i.p.iM - :.!.;-; . :Ui<i ,ri the i.ppli- 
< t '-n d! iti .ifn pr.*t-r !' tl.im, lul!* i:.n:i!,t y(.n;- iru- 

road the mail might > : \ ah i rgubrity i 

MI. i.: t il.i 
H t:nie, 
sjsosild il be desirable. Pi.-< 

iry i d iii '.!>i .ii;n I .nt>- :i< f.i. '. ).:: '1 ' ! I In i x p- ir.- P >* n - 

currrd, and produce of all kind* at a pi" 
At tlie time TOUT MMTJalMU cmbar ktd in 



r. far as feeling co 

- . ' 
.1. ii cx])icssed and 

1 









they hat v alajs looked * ith confidence lo the aid of 
the geweral (oremount in carrying it into open* 

*g, Myoor mcn-.O! nliMs do, that every secrion 
cotmt^ baa a deep aa<J ,.-. grta: 

und that the countenance and support ol 
>semiIIy proukttl 

i. lbei- 

tentwto of congress to the sobjevt , and confident 
that a subscription with.- -jw. 



imenli 

may 

irfora 

l-.gislature :.guib- 

ed for talents and patriot 

We annex some of the toasts ^hich were dunk on tbe 
occasion. 

The ; 

moo bt . 

and p; 









btoaj i. 



I 



tattCS 



^-^r .. .. *, .11 ... .< 



.4* ! < 



hoa af tfMaatUkf u> 

pa*c tkwaja. 









l~M*frft 

! . : r - 









.ur aoggcatioa tbal 1 owfwt ot 

it avk I di tta^Mtftt flfttftrMfcaV lllaw felifta**^ **f m***^mmm.m 1 * . 

vlllVw, |rH l, 

c o.er .hcTmell me tfcb Ib* ft*** Thai '! kS% 

tatt^hMft- MMi it ! WftlK la^al Ikc^ftf f^MMMfe V/vU I 

..I brh.rr- l,r<- ; , ulni. ,J . . tf,- .,,., t 1( , !, pajfajM 

iMuabrwapMUbiitv, atl m own rrlaaHioa urged k 

lf>Of) I ' llill II* M t ' t I (f f Illllltll till W \ -+ t 

rot vilh ny w*?cunty MM] jou^r WJthtMl rvMdMMi 9 en* 

rtal me to go uamed* 

I 1 dcafcv. thai ) ou will endeavor to nuke ?oar OIMO- 
gcorml, UMl. >i your ,,., .ad that o< HUel%a4 OM. 
c truth u, il thc> ;,rcii nu t . , u.ud,. il,,, ...| 



me, wbkb I bope you w>ll ootiudcr well. Would it 

e natiofi, tbat prcidetii ahoold be appointed, 
id 1 rni ocly * grnen*!. 1 ruuM >un.| 1. fctl th,- 
ke a boll be(or (be I. 

Mi KoTrti^turt.t *..,ull b,- itror.grr :h*.i n..:ir, b 

UI.V tU 






-oterumnii would be 

r nuibuni)-. tbo 



v c.r BUIkorttjr. II, s 
rtroBj in 

. 

blijcH to do aontmuallv.it woald 
Ml Hakb wild uroeeed wiUioul 



rr. a:n! n,i r ";. .. 

abaudMun k Mt,r R .. 
i the 

could gt, 
feajlkj - 



*ur Ml . ', 



ourUdj wWitfar 






Tbe National Gazette pubUltaa tU Mlowg 
[Kftruet 9/algtUr /row FrarsKr 

It0. rrarwrf ta<t \r 7%waa.] 

lodrrgooc a clkaarc m Veaw* 

mill l> n.if if !! I flll^ mffitl *^nw%l 

' ri " n e 4 * w appear*, irwoi ao vaiCwH prwpoaai 

l:>j.J. S> L" t.' jl 1 . ' BM . ! ..'.:.:., ' , 



( tiie act IM 
.(. -Katli to tb* arow laaa; 

. -i,. if,.,,,", V, . '-.'' . i .'. 

rate, hrfcpearicat aadrapaiblfcta^gaxiajaiaH TW prr^ 

IH r.'ii'"i ! th (! 'I* T* ( j? -' 

. , . .' ! > ^ . i . . i. . . 



T tbc cvnm, MdtfM MM pcri ! 
Uniabcd from tbv roaU 7 far DoUboal op 







'Coravaw, 17M ,\W ItoB 

aPC InM NaMkdft TOSf y ^ VHI Ml V9 flflTV Ol IMC fWV 1 

i. or ratbcr (be nipnaiaia of tbe aaalU * 



lull 



awd* place ibe rrown e b brad. 1V 

i . \ ' # % i 




tbe wbol workL ' 

iuan wbQ bad ani^ at b a glono 

, . , j 




Dwanl Pan at* doctor PwM. bis Mcrvury . a4 

Sowblcilr. chief olibr MaT. an- no- . \ .Ut,* - 

, ...I ., ', rr Mffe, |,, S ^Maj v ''*' 



fcjrh 



mr MM* word aibia aWwr. 






ML; 



to be no dm* 

it too good a patriot t 

The / 
contains a l 

if MK! 

tioa ot 
oAoert who 

V 

i it a tus 






\ V 
/>' .'. .:'. .V -..-- The following authentic extract 

iioritn-s ol ! 
'. ilir -;,. i !, -. i i i. mm', pn>\< s tl;r nourishing sUle of 

1 



ind 






I ihr Spun- 
trea: ju-ri- 



>f a vast and rich 

'Mid 
1 1. plira . 



IBIHMIW NHHITi !'"' 

,. 

I Jong time 

that lr. 

to a most i 
about to ; 

the apecioui v haw H. in 

sates tha 

Texaa has n- by colon 

T, charging I; 1 > MI 

.. > 

diaeredn 

.credit a p 

of the I !> great ' 

Mr. 1'oinselt 

"ira'uMl,,,,' up, !, .. r :.i,.i 

I ; ()[ . tl | j , ( | | , - i, , . 

i an nation c- 
I he le 
ter it shoal*! be observed, is d:ted b 

lains tliat wi, 
ists in < 
Texas, another clas oppose it 

. prcdomina 

selves about its jus- 
tice or Us poliry m the prrent cncMmstances. Th fol- 
lowing is asp 

Itcetve yourselves, I repeat, my beloved r 
can have iu>- 

common with the&e stutrs, (tl. 
these stales is their own aggrandizement, althou.- 
exijenv - *t of these states il tlmt we should 

m our parties and dissensions, in 

agriculture, mdustrv and con; verpass 

the narrow limits in now hold them; the inter- 

est of these it -:ij uu completely, but (o 

keep us i-. apathy and inaction; the interest of these states 

ol any 
- 

advantages with *' > > favored onr 

country, would bring on by a necs < itce the 

l^regkm, (namely, of the U.S.);hc 
of theae state i is, fnmlh , to keep us air. 
they rxclusivrjt may fumth ui nourishment, but to keep 
us without vigor or strength, in order that we may not 

'mi and narrow views, founded upon utter 
i-norance of the true interests of nations, and this intern. 
!*ngoafe show the bigotfd and fierce jealouty of 
that party whpae prejudices Mr. Pointed 
misfortune to incur, and furnish his U-*i defenc* 
actor affirms, the letter in question was 
by gen. Bravo, it is somewhat extraordinary that during 
hit stay in this country, where he was treated with rr- 
bould not hare imbibed more 
s of the character of our people and our gov- 



38! 

K 



II I l\ KM I 



are some taV 

. 

, which afford a much rl<--r. 

matters, than tl ,; accounts. Tin tables 

we hat*- low," at w<: 

, || 1O( 'li.-in: 

Permanent annuul cfutrirf of the public debt. 
Interest 
funded ti.-i,i, 
including nun 

iiabk- HM- 
.,ui- 

valent per, 
A Annuities 



Total h 

(.I tum!< 
and an; i 
lull-rest o! tin- 
unfunit 



1,842,881 



29,917,207 i.'7/,i 



1,998,937 






3l.9IC.H4 28,42 .':>,7GO 

This rcduct ..Mions effei i lourtcen 

years of the peace, stutc to be 
somewhat im 



what proportioo 

riouscal' ^ ill is qtiis 1 at reit. 

. si ot) tuiKJcd c|i-lit,now ex- 
.rtion of interest on unt . now 

To'al reduction of charge by fall ot 

'I, land-tax, ftcc. 
cation ot surplus and balance i . I VJ ,420 

h two Uiirtlv iie total dir . 

' interest; 01 .-s been 

workec! :!. On ili; 

: . irk 

- 

fceted while ;* 

lent to a remission of .7 ,000, 000 a year, has taken |l:ici- ; 
I!P- public revt-nue were 

made for tin* promotion of public works and the employ* 
the extent ot .4,797,443 beyond the 
paid." 

, uevcr, f:lls far indeed below the 
pruniik- ;.il, wliich, ev-n on its new ba- 

sis of 18-2J, had lieen noin red wid '.ve an- 

nual millions, as alto with the growing ir' 






r.ui I 



t x k , {jtt rcbftted ' 

no i ">i't 1,^ l-iN i-!'n'i 
(t. our 






i v: i 
is. 

lie 



arawtji **m\j ,4*1 mMmmt .irtt^oo 

'- - ".,..- . < ,. . ^: un. 



'? 



I , ^ t . -. U**l 
* fct * ' 



IMWMrfftMflfMl 



m ..<-.. MI bib nM 



^ 



. 

. 



-K) 






-t I. 41' !, 



mjm 



jii-l tall. . 



Brnki, tiles and ftlatel 



,tfc. 



"54 
731 

5,0ti 



16.5*7 
JM.M5 

8.-.SH.V..S 



1,771 ,Sf7 



875.564 
S46.I60 



1.616,315 



M HKMJ Ml 
it,DrobUtof 

k *" fr ' r>Mlk no c . ke - *WJ5 
IU.CS7 



41/47,771 



7,317,600 




:..i-.i I7J 

w,,. 



i : fin 
for thr dot 
dut; 

IM 



* 



,..:. 



I v . . 

rmae I!M Mt of tl 

III 41. i- "ii.! i j , ' .[ n:i (t,. ; :.. , 

dirt, aad t- < rnc Mil. WMMO 
a mmtcr 

(rrl advantage o*rr othrr ttatMM 
jet a rcluelKMi on 

r. it Would be J M 
have, Unly , two btfe cm tar b 

> '.rri, ||, C.M f.T .f .-! ( 



: K '. . ,- 



lcr ,n in n. 

the IMMM owner*. 

. 



Ihr lrM.Urr -I .rait!,. 



be |>r r -e.Tr*! that they ar 

tMtdwclU^toli rtntthMlMpoW 

A 'vi y *it-*. i j*rt TI o| n < urn tlvift . 
by dfcMt taftUM, Md of th Mrt ory the 




. -;-.-. 



* ! ^ ^ t- _ 

' CV VBiK^Vf 



Itnii-n t nv <1ilikr 


pUTii Oi 

20, -V 


That MCI . 
t own tl.t 


Add 2 1 on 

.3 83 
':ty on for- 
9 49 
house 

I4,i! 


and a remt - 
MS nt artracw jfw millions 


' iOOS 


we at a'l 

- 


156 01 
1 19 


probation bo<h of the pa 
of or taxai 



Do. passports and 


Accompanying ifit report fntnry 
to conjfrtu, /Ifcemfcr, isiin. 

A ttatrtnent exhibiting the dnties 


Dolls. 25,855,723 1? 

refined sugar 2,<>45 48 
Do. Ho. ' 
14.712 54 
16,758 OC 




tit, 25,838,965 17 


domestic rrftned sofar, exported; 


869,153 01 


fish, export* d; allowances to vrsv 
Babertea, and of expenses of 


Kelt i< raterocnt A , H 1 2 1 8 


,-n:in ? o.. tLr.-ils; cl Decen.lKr, It -VS. 

Meranaadac 
Tonnage and litfit money 
Passports and clearanon 1 9, 
HcbcntumiM.:,.! 4,001,66501 
Drawback on domestic distilled v 
and domestic refined aogar 
Bounties and allowances 248,878 90 
Gross rerenoe 
ses of collection 15301 

B. 


'dilatory ttatcment nnd notff. 

Mttdcira 96,85f j;sHs.alOt) ets. 96,8 
Do. 89 50 
Hurpmitlv, cham- 
paign.*, 31,582 100 21. 
icar, 
kc." 49,424 60 29,654 40 
Lisbon, Oporto, &c 50 13s 
Tenentft-, Fr, 7,386 40 
Claret, kc. in hottl.-s 68,432 30 2<J, 
Sicilv 1,817 


tiTcljr, of aftertax' 
ed during the year 1898, (consisting of 
Set ween articles paving doty imported, and those 
entitled to dniwnaak re-ex,, 


numerated 3,120 
French 2,-ti 
Ml'.- 1,45- 

Dolls. 55" 


" M,'>lC,il.,Jr*;r. !*" ,).:'-. 'm/'r- 1 ^ ".'.' 

9,097 dolls, a 12 per i : 04 
145 12^ 
535,271 55 
SO 1,395,951 80 
25,Of>8,9S 25 6,267,09* 
1,744.835 30 ,50 50 
3,634,641 33$ : 1,547 00 
35 
2,859,561 40 1,143,82440 

4<.s,.-,.rj 50 

46,356,604 C5.24-lOOav. 11701,940 C6 11,701,040 66 
<-9 on tpccifit articlfi. 
,426 15 
^b 4,446,698 50. 19 
794 5 
Do 10 


rromgrJn Ulprf. 494,921 gi.ls.cV2 cts. 207,866 82 
* 
S 48 13,465 44 
4 
5 
Xewd.it.-> 1 507, 
2 
3 I'.i. ic.i 
4 4,2'2< fi7 2,S- 
5 
rials 1&2 38 102,451 42 
598,177 42 
48 715,86048 
5 57 
1&2 90.7 
1 
4 

Above 5 85 


<t 6.803,6671^. 34 
B 
4. Sngar 3. Of 


. 
< of exportation 1,852 


j,w.,s r , i.-.-i,. :^ 


4,446 //IS -.'.'1,81717 




Boi,^ 90,065 Ibs.a 12 cts. 10,S 
1 301 400 n 5 3^5 'i50 00 


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5,157 75 

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we. ISOdJO 

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tm<hor 71.556 
SS6.5J6 

h.mmc n k tle^n 55. 99f 

WWBftSyVMMM '' v -^" ' '*' 

do other 

bnukr's rod* 4C7.97I 

41.306 



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<lo las 

Do 

1 qaart 
do do 2 do 

window, n by a, 8 by 
> MJ. ft. 
do 

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Do : 

1 8 do 

above 20 b> 24 do 

ted or stunk 
valmon, p.cklcd bli. 
mackerel, pickled 
all other do 

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18.308 
36 

U.M 



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439 

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866 
1.730 

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175 

200 

HO 

300 

25 

300 
400 

20 

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45 

100 

200 

100 
30 

15 

150 

30 



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Candlek. Ullow 4.384 lot. at5cU. 219 SO 












093 I,'', 

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2.6 

36. ", 

10.7 
1.830 00 

5 00 j 
2.K- 

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1.166 Ot) 
108 00 
150 (K) 
681 60 
216 5. 
432 50 

48 r 









Berfand|>ork 192.860 2 

2.069 1UO 

aOO 

rods 3 

I3Q 1 7 

i 862 gU. at 25 



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3* 



3857 20 

2.06V 00 

494 75 

54 16 

1.102 96 

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Carrird to Matement B ^ W,. 'J< , i 

uung the amount of American 
eaja) tmmagtr employed in the (orein trade nt 
Stales, dorioK the jear ending on the 31 it da) 
ember. 1828. ' Tom. 

America* feature in foreign trade 824.781 

Fore^n do. do. 



! toooafe enplo} ed in the foreign trade 
oftbetJ^talet 



974.216 



Proportion of foreign tonnage to the whole 

anioni.t of 10. .',-:-' '..,.>. i ;,,,;,. f,, r , ,.,,, 

trade: ol the r.m^S M -,u i 15.3 lo 100 

Treanry department, rrywfer'. /, i S29. 



A ^1 

~*+ - 

?s 5 




WEEKLY RKG! 









a.- -t . .. 

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1 



$455,000 00 



M - 
n. lld 



1.519 41 
ll.lflt 93 

It 94 

70 00 

ll.4C04t 



vkMitl; 

V^rriM<-. Vl. oS S. 



:;. . : ..|. ..... 

total ...... '.. N H 

'.art a I furl Wol- 

il.rr.ck. at MiafaSnimack- 



lot at 
to Taw- 






|va bat 

,ir pirn at . 
1-,-v,, M.-. , li v. \- 
of 



: 
t,7*> 96 

; 11 



4 tl 
54 



., . , 

U'a 

xrorabr%adeo* 
Utt 1,000 00 

Treat? wli 

Ccrta 

act ofiOtli May. IM* f ,J4l * 





. i 









Annq 1r Ml 

y . 

I : 



' 

- 







Land claim* in Mtalwfaa ur 
LMd2atai4 to Alabama 



'< 



Monet* 






U.7M C9 



:,.n'. ,..,,,!, v , i( 1941 : 01 

S,, r r, ,M r, , .- t N flfc 

c .!--.; -,\ ' H 

Itcvardmg the ocm and 
r* of the \Vap aod 

o* 6,411 50 

7,090 69 

5>.-.i..\M 

fr*|T. 



tale of M 
Brmimrnt forbad* uiua< 



i.140 - 

cat ci 

6.C7) 91 

s.ies 44 



:.-,- ..-.! 
tb O4r 



BrmrnK 



i U 



STto^tau aw Mtf 



Portland cmnal . 

i the Cttrtapeakc aaJ 

6,40000 
15993 

tT I ". Jwc. %$ 9t 

' 

tf-,.474 00 

K. , 



tor* of or* 






l.flf.9tl 






-i- 

Pa* B^wt QI alaiMa Miv^r UM VVll 

rtMeortWti^ 




' 



Ml ! Kll JAN 



MILITARY tvj AHLISMS!tXT. 
ay of ' 1 

etofdBoen 



's department 



H -u!,tics*i.d premiums 
Expense* of recruitiuR 

rpart- 
nxnl 

T rtingent open*.* 






Arsenal at Augusta, Ma.:u- 
Jat Augusta, (.ecrgb 



10,'? 

:.| 75 

40,400 00 
ofoewlbctificalious 147,143 b* 



14,982 24 
80.835 41 

80,000 00 
o 00 

80.000 00 
59,000 58 
5*,07 SO 



Rmeir* and eoMi|aies of 



Fort M< 

Fort Adams 

K.rt Jackson 

Fort at MubJc Point 

iVrt Maccm 

Fortifications at Charleston, 

1,000 00 
do. Savannah, Oo. 1,00000 

do. Pcnsacola. I ::. U^OOO 00 

Completion oi barracks at Sa- 

JeflbnM barnlcks, nea 

- Missouri 

Buildme pier at Steel's Ledge, 
Belfast, Maine 

Building pier mouth of Saco 
harbor. Maine 

Butldiug pier mouth of Dun- 
kirk harbor, N. V 

Buddtng pkr mouth ot Osve- 

DuilduiL*'pier mouth of Buf- 
falo cixck, I 
Building pier at New Cattle, 



pier mouth of La 
ee Uy, M. 1 . 
BttMhc Pfer Allen ' Hocks, 

\N -rren rifer 

Repairing piert at Port Penu 
VdMlreojHook, P.. 

oi islands ii. 



Deepening the harbor of Saek- 
iti's Maibor 

Deepening Uie harbor of Prek- 
que Isle 

Deepening the harbor of Mo- 
bile 

Peapcning the channel tl.ro' 
the Pass su Heron 

DeepeaJnf the channel be- 
tween BL John's rhrer, 
Florida, and 8c Mary's 

Geor K a 
k> Ik* Ohio and Mi- 

natigation of 




ImproTing the harbor of 

Cleaveiand, Ohio 
Iro^.roving the navigation ol 

R*d river 
Removing obstructions at the 

xcoujft of Arantf rncr, 



3.038 11 
3,403 46 

2,550 00 
6,000 00 
14,715 23 
25,000 00 
5,000 00 
2/J77 81 
30 00 
4,413 00 
7,500 00 
500 00 
6,223 18 
1,523 00 
7,100 00 

50000 

46,930 31 

6,00000 

., 00 

5,500 00 

1,500 00 

00 



i LKASUR1 IHI 


. ing obstructions at the 




amoui 


35 






V in tabula creek, 






2,000 00 


at the 
ham creek, 


















2,900 00 


. t the 






00 








1,500 00 








200 00 






Muss. 


D 00 


.< itesee rircr aud 




. 


300 00 


. of Sand/ 






30000 


hoic 




of 1..' 


400 00 


p und harbor 








j for 






s 07 


Completion ot the Cumber- 






188,108 SO 


' 




road 


5,000 00 




14 




4,000 00 






^ids 


5,900 00 
















5,300 00 


: > fort 




'1 owson 


9,249 05 


Uoad from Pensacola to St. 




Augustine 
,d repairing the 
Old Kind's road in H 
Mmtanuwcook to 


3,636 48 
5,550 00 


M.v .me 


9,500 00 


Florida canal 


308 


. nt of Georgia militia 




claims 


315 5G 


Balances due to certain states 




count ot militia 


7,5'.'; 


of officers and others 




>gcd in Seminole cam- 




t 'i i^u 


687 74 


ot a company of rangers 
r capL Bigger 
Random ot American captives 


244 50 


of the late war 




individuals 


. 95 


! and halt pay pensions 




Pensions to widows and or- 




phan* 




.ionary pensions 


7ii3,134 80 




9.UJ7 33 


font 


8 22 


.an agents 


31.437 


. sub agents 


; 39 


: . to Indians 


15,Ui9 55 


.fancies ot Indian de- 




partment 
< sfcion ot Indian aggres- 


103,586 07 


sions on ra of 




Georgia and Florida 


4,980 C-J 


Choctaw schools 


13,968 42 


Reru .k Indians 




vettol the Mississippi 


31,134 25 


with the Creels li.- 

















p 



, s ..,i.. M . 
.41 I', : . : 



fcrrvni mi 

oagh 

. 



14,400 ou 

I...;. OU 

o. 



' 






XAVAL &rrBU>NMC>T. 

IV * B .I inbaimw of UM - 

>uprMlrmlcD(t, arttt- 

. and botpiul atorc. 
Itcpair* aol unnrovcuu 

ladelpliM 

',!'.,. 
Uo. l,,,,cl, 

. 
.r *)t,Sl7 9 

>'oitiMMr 

: . 

UMl furl lor cuffinc I.75O IW 
Surtry of the barbort of Sa- 
l. I 

cm thc-c.^^ ( UrlM, 

CfcftonorAfeertoe 




1,131 87 



i:i..r.-y iJuc II- l^ .'v 



Errctkm of bmkwalcr m 
.re bay 



rrvmnffr* prior tot US 

"" 






I . . .,- 

hi im 

I - Is.V 



r*, Md 






for IMP 

< M- 



. 



.lo. 

t >.i;>..i 



13,560 61 



1,611 ..; 



7IS io 



; * - : 




1 Uftdi. I. r IM ! 



. , 

,.!<.. ihvi-,J,.uu u-a 

. .... , . : .. . 
..- . . i . H . ... .. 

lUat ftlU lo^f*f 

J^i M* <irr a r><iri 



figure* The tatolc : U iJ^i 

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II 





,_-,_ 490.0UO -err for 

UMkinUttbaakofUH 

uii -)| iitkiiV :i. .11 itrfi, kcu 

ia anouiila. uy bo* 
mcaUol oficcra ol the cwto 

. U of tW Hmikw^ o/cW t^oi tK^a 
JUU. U September. 

rlt * * ^ ^SJiw^ 



o-,.. .. : .'. 
atenr> 

s 



:. 

of U*e aagwyma awl 

ir.aoM 

of tbc a^Ula 



UovcrMMrta M UM utr*ur 

-*- 




httrmlu^ Of UM BMM CJUi- 



I - ' 

^ 

II *A^* M^A! ai^MB^MVap^A ^1 laj^^B 

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24 Ml. JAN. 0, 193 ' 

laims in Florida terrilory 



DOCUMENTS, 



in.! C\AIH\* in MUa%M trrri- 

tory 2,109 79 

Road* v ...T 93 

Roads, kc. within the state of 

Roads and canals wit 

state of MinisM- 
Enconrngemet) t of learning wkh- 

Repayment for lands utont 

Marmr 



.-.005 ^ 



pwepfWowl 



o-j IQ 



IC5.000 00 
ngton 58^62 81 



P 

--T U Distrtet of 

8,500 00 
mmndation of the pi- 

14,00000 
fVrjiuJar *rrr ;(*. tin'Vratt c t 

156 tt 
BHajrmg the votrsfor president 

s,rof st 

rTtoek m the I. iMiilleand Port* 

110,150 00 
Stock in the Diamal Swamp ca- 

30,000 00 
Stock in the Chesapeake ami 

ke and 

150,000 00 
Mceslo coK 

tors rual revenue 190 80 

Payment of l.alaucf-s to officers 
', and 
i!iM-it t:.\ 

-outes, !cc. 

ins 1,1 

Payment of claims fur Luil<!- 

inp destroyed vl 00 

ReTolutkmary claims 279,258 59 

i iattfous expenses 50,; 

Diplomatic dcprrtr 
Contingent expenses of foreign 

-one 9,114 46 

; and protection ot Ameri- 
can * 6,490 15 
Treaties with the Medilcrrancau 

povers 1,938 tS 

Agency in relation to the north 

eastern boundary jl 44 

Claims on Spain 6, 

.-nt of claims under 



1,334,387 51 



9th article of the treaty with 

Spa-n 598 00 

Awards under the 1st article 
the treaty of Ghent 1 ,946 55 



159,314 25 



XIUTABT UTABUSRXEXT. 

Var of tl.o army 

Subsistence 188,742 14 

Qoartennait er f s department 328.U43 19 

^"r.-.?- 39,698 37 

ing, or purchiubg dei>- . 

roent 186,745 29 

Beauties and premiums .1013 

ea of recruiting 11,28329 

Medical or hospital department 18,979 95 

Purchase of voollens for 1829 10,000 00 

ngnncies 6.938 30 

v neadcmy, West Point 27,5 11 

Armories 27,73 25 

' 90,684 16 

Arsenal at Augusta, Maine 18 40 

Arsenal at Mount Yemen, Ala- 

! '"" 16,200 00 

Ordnance 74,148 39 
Armament of new fortifications 92,700 57 

Arm in j and t quipping milrtia 175,998 42 



2,482,415 50 



Repairs and contingencies of for- 

nroe 90,300 00 

<re --K) DO 



00 00 

Fortv int 'oo 00 

125 00 

I. land, Cape Fear 49,427 12 
Fortifin, rleton, 8. 

Carolina 11,500 00 

' . 4,300 00 

Do. 60,000 09 

Repairs and preseratlon 
I^afv 98,000 00 

on of Rattcrr at R?vou 

6,447 80 
*rr at Bayou Du- 

prr. Tntusiana 7,000 00 

Construction of wliarf u 
Constitution, I'nrtsrao'i 



of wlmrf at I'.irt 
Mil Md. 

Constiuction of wharl at tort 

\\olcott 

Han-arks at fort Sullivan, East 
!' i ' 

kl :-i li.rt 'l'rumh<:i: 

Uarracks ul fort Mu-ltilimacki* 



600 00 
1,500 00 
31 21 
2,400 00 
2,900 00 
1,76.1 40 



;o, N. 

\\ 9,000 00 

Uuildinp |irrs, moutli of Oswe- 

gorirer.N 19,52762 

Barrack 

> 8,000 00 
Iluililint iiicrs, mouth ol linflxlo 

9,20600 
Iluilding and repairing piers at 

New C 17,895 99 

Building piers at Allen's Rocks, 

V, arrrii river 3,555 00 

piers at La I'laisance 
Hay, Michigan 2,00000 

piers and other works, 

Mririmac river 30,000 00 
HmMing piers, nnd otiier works, 

.ii.c:.,iineciifut 14,330 14 
linii'line piers. un<! other works, 

harhor of I ^ 8,41 4 00 

Kxtendi l)i>i- oi \\i\- 

gartown, Mass. 3,7'. 

g piers, harbor of 

26,445 00 
Examining piers, at Sandy Bay, 

150 00 



>S piers. Sec. at 

)k, 



-nia 5,000 00 

Repairing pit i .'nne- 

4,000 00 

ution of islands in Bos- 
ton harbor 54,510 OO 

Sea Wall, 
George's Island, Boston har- 

7,310 54 

ne the harbor of Sack- 
et'^ \. 1,18700 

ng and repairing I 

in harhor ol PrcMj'Jslr, P, nn. 0,987 00 
Deepening harbor of Mobile, 

Alabama 2,550 00 

Deepening the channel through 
the Pass 2,250 00 

^ the rli^nnt-l between 
St. John's and St. Mary's rir- 
ers 6,000 00 

nving the navigation of the 

and Mississippi rirers .^8,000 00 



M 



r;: 



oft r.ttf oo 

irol4u 6,760 iw 

H 



*tiut'. in. >uu: . 



I. - . ... 

5,155 II 
8,000 OU 







5,500 UU 






I 



LA <). 



.1 !! *iu !i ( ; 



inrcy ofharbor it 

harbor ol Nor 
we? of harbor of Siamfbn), 



.-I beach, la% 



!.,! 01 

rhrcr. Main* 1.50U UU 

I. 1 . 






00 



ISO 00 
150 OU 

v . go 

too oo 

IJ" '' 

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SM ii 

v> ... 

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m ,,, 

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K-xl.i ........ 7 



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5.7M 5J 

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< 

iicraei *)i- * - iMt 



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Kic.-m-i o4 t.nA.^i.r -I lU 
Pay of UtaMM aa^ hr /H 









ol Cumberland 
road m Indjn ^" 




NINES' RFJ;iSTKK 



.1 \ V 



DOCUMENTS. 



: the mar*!* I 
, (expanse* 

l.m.kwati 
\r' ' v ! ' n '' ' ! v '-' " 


Ml wear 



1,9010! 



A 



:lie ma- 
e corps 
linf for iVe marine corps 



< orps 



.i,682 fir 






TBtir i 

'.i94 



' 'millions) 6,151, 887 59 

ivst r,f troa- 

nOtfB 

: Mississip- 
pi Hock 
Paring certain parts or do- 
men K 



537, S 

i C7 

450 00 



' ', ' 
\ wr -1 it 

. in- 

i.olei 

- 8,010 
j ttocL . Amount nnli! :, i 

>). r i 09 

tflTH.rqffcfc*. 


- 

not p. ';Aiei,or 

luit ; 

$ 

indt 

,'J43 95 

xb 

rMMt 

MU r5,i0420 

Fi K i 00 81 

Ilaisms i:.. 

Camphor 
Suits, epsoro ai 

' iks 

'.5 printed 71 f*8 

"^ mi nJ valorem fluty, viz: 



8,715,462 87 



ToUl, dollars 1 8,919 1U<'., 



ry department, rfgutcr't nfficr, Dec. 9, 1829. 

1 I II. ". 

Statement of the funded debt of tlir ' vn, at it 

.fanuarr,l v 
the latet ol tin 

i :;><] Rt uh M 
deerotble. 



,,ther jhc< 
! iins ot nil kinds 

. lies 

rls and 
i wise 

> coach lace 

Tin in pl:t.-<; :tid sheets 
Opium 
^lUw Bilk 

All oilier non-enumerated articles, 
pa} . 



i<23 00 
804,318 00 

JO, 123 00 

9,809 00 

-i.-iS 00 

-lO 00 

S-2 00 

205 00 

418,710 00 






KTOCKB. 



Datr of act 

TSSi 

toek*. 






.'. p.r^. it .-.<. 

fiSCC 




4 J Cp.rtn 



do. do. do 



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3 M.rrb 'SI 

April, 



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oirt- ..I ,;ot. 



Do. 



lu 1836 

do IfOI 
do 18-,; 

In l*3i 
*34 In 1112 

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ill.- "miterie*" of cd 

or six hundred columns, 
in a week, 

:IM| In- 
put into 

W< ! . . . 

:-S but 

these are always n. > things ot * more 

ompact form, 
the do-. ..v-u-li-l ' 






Mississippi .Moi-k paid oft', or rr- 
; ! ' 'liin tho 
rttini ' 

:<ies paid oft' 






1 5.994.004 11 

;:.-'. H 






the t 



fat l:Mils: tl 
Cr*,.. 

; mestic manu- 

-i-!ithf consump- 
RM 






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we h..! rrw. or ew ^retf.lj -. thoold fo*'^ 

.omJa^i U4 M I M. 

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ilith txct, 



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almott ttniii'uou tole of 
f n inkr remark un ; 

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Arroi<mir*T MT -nil rrifT AW 1 1 > 



onwi! 
m the 



m the plxw of 

/i/.-o 
raoo-< 

^.. to be imilg of | 
money* t Krnkl, Mu jon, lUe plotr of 



Icmnt, in UM 



lo br 



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l.c limit I.HI- 



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Amount of 
IVM tJuc ihc 



OK, The fellowaf N |ftM 

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**$ MI 



i- \. CAROLINA. 



with a cargo ot 
arrow l\ 

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-limy, ;. 

^ us re* 

1 he 

eloliowi 

< it atiil 

design. 

'! nt the 


. ullnr- 
uey, to be dealt .Hi nccordmg lo law . 

flit of iKr ii.-' 

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do on lliu K. 'tnit J da 

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Indiana, "> dm 

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know aoc the amouia of thor 






the i. .!, K 
r 'Uni> , M pat Jon 

- .lue of 4l). Thr catilc 
Jicf r Uwl 

tUetv to llM pukl. 
ntnig. if MM import 

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, mjiorlioo of tl.t *>Ji. 
M> tnou> 

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REPORT. 






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an 

f> 

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' 
tU left a <'< 



w el co- 
re of (he unsettled slate of the 







view ot dirvctmg tdc concerns whu 

'xry. 

: troops on (tie *.- 
o terioQs difficulties wuli the Indians are lo 

4bre the w: 

grewt sati^ 



ft organ iz, 

1 a colo- 
i- *<! rrgin. 
neranka: probably 

- a seaboard of up- 
wards 

>osi and stalir>ns, it necessat il) 
S notwhlr' 

; <ditablc 



srr: 

ly pot h 

t.i VMM 

state of 



i.blc p 



if the stipertor of. 

pracUcc lite more enlarged 

Untn;, in a fjood 
- not, is ,-. n ir( |.- that 






nee <m th- ],, 

re is not a supply 

A in ii 

:.! tillrn. 

me difBcultiea, whieh ex< :<: tins time, 
i wnt of a : . Mruc- 

:irroijfeii; an<l tin-re wlso h^n !, 

.MS Of 



ir curruipri I he I'.iiiopean 


no materiel of arini r\ . I he results of 
under exami- 

> inch, it H Impi-d, may lead to 
< <l and organized system ot construction 

I have Hie lionor to be, sir, your most obedient servant. 

Mil, 
r general commanding the army. 

GENERAL RCTVRX or THE ARMT OF TBB vairo * 

1 1 staff. I -al, 2 brigadier general i. 

.Is, I (jii.-ii- 

ral, 4 quartermasters, 1 commissary general of 
subsistence, 2 commissar*- ssioned 14. 

ff. 1 surg- i, 5 surgeons, 45 as- 

sistant surgeons. ' 

ient. 1 pay master general, 14 pay roai- 

.misjary general of 

Corfts of cnifiiirf rs. 1 assistant engineer, 1 colonel, 
I, 2 majors, C explains, 6 firs' 
jtcnnnts, 3 brevet second lieutenants. 
1 

Topograpltical engineer* C majors, 4 captains. Com- 
nmsiomd !" 

>-nt of artillery. I colonel, 1 lieutenant 

i ns, 18 first lieutenants, 18 se- 

.nts, 5 brevet second lieutenants. Com- 

;d regiment of artillery. 1 lieutenant colonel, 1 

.'( -nants, 18 secoi, 

tenant . 3 brev-t iiits. Commissioned 50. 

1 colf-uel, 1 lieutenant 

is first lieutenants, 18 se- 

utenants, 5 brevet second lieutenants. Com- 

: ntenant 

us, 18 first lieutenants, 18 se- 
, t enant s, C brevet second lieutenant. Omtnis- 

' 54. 

numernryfor ordnance. I captains. Coromia- 

Jlggregate <: tenant colo- 

nels. majors, 4o t:, :tcnants, 72 

T!S, 19 brevet second lieutenants. Commission- 
ed 21 4. 
Firtt rerir .try I colonel, 1 h 

10 se- 

s, 8 brevet -inants. Commis- 

sioned 41. 

/ 7 regiment o f ///. 

eapUint, 10 first licutenantv 
its, 8 brevet second lieutenants. 

:<ins, 10 first lieutenants. 
s, (". brcvi-t se- ,:itils. Com- 

utry. 1 colonel, 1 lieutenant 

in s,~10 first lieutenants, 10 se- 
<t. 7 brevet second lifutenanls. Com- 

>~ infantry.- 1 lieutenant 

'tn, 10 first lieutenants, 10 - 
ct s> eond lieiitennrlt. Con- 



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/tfirrary4 Mr. .SWA, o< Md. o*c*d th 







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14 lAr arm*, frtm /Ar I 
rrwArr. ItW. 

Thcw amount to 1,5(3, m it.- 



rAr JCWA 

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^(dU^LteILdrkb y tW 1 JMte. Mr.J^TT 
rni > H I. hu only O*JM M!MC th* niia^ o4 

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4 tHMMd) toW tvMrtrf ik* wh 
i ill liilfc. 
3tt mr.M-- ^rTrnm.W^ k.d WM md W i. lo rrfcr iillh^il n 



unhof 8f* 



Ant of Jouo la 
119, on aceoM 




jroeprriod 

!,tn1i of 



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tmor'm forw tbr'vrwml MM 



ifMirfMml of tf <f< oW tW i:*trd S^tt. fcy dfc 

tkrti tfck^o af m commMter ol the winir.aod, 

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433 MLES 1 REGISTER JAN, 9, i8StCON6K 



[Hi it bill continue! the provision* of il. 

ly'rs. ,1*3 

bill tn :;:..: 

lie Unilk, was read the- t: n- tiiur, -<, 
on ill p*aagt>, V 

tbr ground of it i-mt. ncy io encourage 'rcapa 
the pudlic land* conf > \ 






I meritorious, the aaiue principles of i , 

" M sl%hl ,i justice 






til 



bv .. 

. 



- MM 



vs rea 

o( the 



tM>g, lor the use i 
regni esent year. 

>niet.me !> senate 






'I'h. following > sage were re- 

'.i on the pmid< nl ot tl 
Dooelacn, his pi 

'JV the w.te 9f tl* United S.'o/. 

I si,! h a report from the secret* 

treasury, Kinj: the ii.turinttiMi called for by a resolution 



January 5I>., 1829. 

[A letter from the re. comji 

i, te& this message. The money expcm ! in th 
states snd lernior >ada and 

canals, Since the adoption of the federal consul 
iheelo' r 1828, includ.ng -unls to 

$3,241,074 01 

The statement of the commissioner of the 
bod office, M, ,.o lands gi.- 

ction of roads 
and canals ( ..iS 48-100 acres. 

4 50] 

-ge and a part of the documents, were order- 
ed to be prmted next d, 

To the ttnatf of the United Slates: 

of South Car- 
olina, M wdj appear from the documents accon., 



l, us it has bet .1 t ethers 


\ x 



, 
bill to u i state of 

M 

war. 'Mr- hill Was < ,,, g^. 

I 

tent. 

II 
chasers < i m nJ inn--, pn>, 

i-ary of congress to 

nine, jiiidcuiiMderul n. of the whole, 

and WHM ,.ys 10. 

[Pass. lie house.] 

ill Irotn the hoii 5 "to eslab- 

l".h u u;. 

. 1 and tor other purposes," was read 

I p r committee to which this resolution should 

.1 mov- 
ed its r< 

negatived. M:. Ki.e n, thut on IIIMI, 
Jiumctt to ih;.t on post roads, 
to a sc!> 

':/-, it was laid on the : . 



commissioner of the 

ington, hev 

year. > states that t> 



Louse, 
H. 



<Jo. 



"i Uie 
$30.01-.'. 75 

<,)paratus, !,'>'> "7 

"*'' 1 *!< 

.less. 





congress eert^ni claims against (he government tor advan- 
ces made by that state dunn^ the last war. It i:. 
ed that the redress sought for can only he obtained 
through the interposition uf congress. The o.dy agency 
allowed to me is to present such facts in i 
subject asarein possess!' .itive, in order that 

the whole may be i. 

This duty I perform with great pleasure, being well 
Mtisftad that no inducement will be wanting to secure to 
the claims of a member of the confederacy that has, un- 
der all circumstances, ?> nto the Alter some lime spent 
cause of the country, the most ample just ate adjourned. 

fly a reference to the department of war V rrsolut 

tiooas . and client of these claims, it appear a M >;n the exp>: 

that they eonmt of: 

!'. 1. . -.t upon moneys advanced for the L*ui;> 
States, b.ch Have hereloljrV been reimbursed. the Indians slu : to. 

Sd. Certain advances winch, on a settlement of ac- M 
counts between South Carolina and the United States, 
were disallowed or suspended, by the accounting officers . 
of the treat that incases n! 

. 

congret* has been to aMo tn the sU! wiiali 

t.'itr ha>c i*id it on money bo: t in the big! 

to the usei.t 

tin* does no < ^ Ury ot war, 

st-ad of borrow ing as she alleges, fur the use of is>. Unit- I w! 

' referred, 

funds, for which she was actually receiving an interest; II state of 

and she is understood to insist that the |o> sage of a law to abolist 

both cases being equal, and the relief afforded equal! ' 



N I 1 

M 

he u**Mry. %kbff coapraiou* far 



|VMM I I-,- I*-*. Mr /;'.. 

* brk., , 
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cdrr. TlM rtfoft oJO<ld> ! OB op* too ifcoi iW ^i <W 







^rttft MiwmA M^ ^tf) ftk f <M> ^^k o^rfwt 1^4 Mtf A^tfV^B^W W^^kftrM t^Mtf 

, . . ' i .... 

i , . r 

MOHl .',rr.-. .:,. , i . l '--x>.^ (f,r S*M 



i ^i!, ..'.i r.. : .! i I r M c '.' n 

A 







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J ,,! :- 



to H* 



M- MM .',,-:.. ) d^rr.M 



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bit 



cter Of ch.n K m R ihr MOOT of 

I'M I . 

tiooo?, ofctor by rrmovtl bv the clerk, 

Thi.rc*,l. heU bil upoothe 

to be called up lor oooudcntion 

i motion o( Mr. Jf0cJrt.it K 

<djcHim tint day. 
NH*I > <*** Moftdnir nr 
rrwlolioo gfMtinf tbr utr of the book* n UM 

of con^rrti to tb<- hr*,U nl ilcp.n-.- .... 

<cer* of ooofrrM, md to ti.pr*doit of UM 

' 

i QJT coofrcM, md for other parpotet;' 
time, ptaotd, MM! MM to the rate f or oontvr- 



Crrum oito from Uw wMlc wrt red Md rrftrred. 



w then took up the report of thr comiartlrr 



: i!,,- ( 
!lrn 
to hi. 



Mr ./ -, 



:. to'" ' -. 
all the tMtta 




Mr. TVfer. of S. C. w. 

tfo letter* 

o oMdMNCMViMtke< 






554 









Sfienctr 

?'I [>r>'^f" 



awl ,N /< 






i < pared by ti 



betort 



ny which pasted to the com in it i 
ocb deposit K>n or po. 

t.OI. on lt inrrits bch.ir ih:, I.,,,, 

havelcat 

e-chofthrdoemiu-.,: > i 

and tl.nt Ihr MIDI l. pill. I. !...;. 
Hft9t*ftl. 1 

ranged, and superintend tl.c.r 



iij waft 






.IfolAzrjr then madu a ttigfcMioii a 
t the petitioner being preMiu 

,> n . 

The 9f*alcr> ktatcd (Ut ; 



W preM.nl, allhnu^i it > v 
bouieloot 

/wMlbenc 
srorr, 1,.| , N 

Opinion l!nt nmny ol tl,<.tt, w. .. i, 
before the houtr; torn. 
lie moved to amend the re*. 

rtions of |.i 
then explained vhy he ml> 

Mr. Cove JoJktij 
kaporUttt. print. 

- videncc >liouid 



.1. tin- ',).,:. 
i . iiii : t ^ : 






Mi 






\ :.s 



lish thr whole of the pru.ti.-i! <) 
kn r <v that there were pints ... 

. Caroline* u 

Aioatei ;. nut he i 

Weft ibdtttedloAftk for 












:c8ulutlon,au 



lilt 



north Carolina (M 

jiublicati'ui, if a vxmpin li:d conic to l 
tnaoesof lite treasury mid t>! f I. 

from it t \<mv He wished for a full, 
igatioo{ and if hr did not then make out his case, i 
atand Mic4ed bciorc the bar ol publ, 
port ol a committee, or in an> 

He was then prooeediag to give a uarriiiive of what had 
tt an tpired between him and i :. 

tpeoktr Mid that this as oui 
.Irnolii aaM, that to leate t- 
of vclert iu(5 the to' 

rould be of a>o tue, beoauae pai 
be selected which one or 
iroporuot, and pu. 
derm important. t 

to select such part SMk either u. 



M'r. A 

, 






portant. 

After request from Mr. M*m, Mr. Ston-a * 
hisuroposttionto -: 

ameiMlmcnt, that all the evidence bhould l< 
eetl the pn:. .lets, 

>Ir. /Aiynr Hin< il i i1 that, u> the I..M.M- acted judicially 
..atlrr, U should i 
joali, and permit all \l. my to be re- 






. 




. 



JItr. ffttff IIIVU ilUl>--l IV BlUt 

words ''such portions of UK 

be selected by (be petitioner or s.i 
n_i K.^i. . i 



After ^ few words froi 
was agreed to ayes 'J I. noes GO. 

Bofev then moved to amend, by inserting the was, wen 

i.i. i. !i r " TIlM A.i'l > til 

! forth a brief 1. 

Everett, Slorrt, Bnlct, Strong, 
Taylor, Cave Johnnn, Arnold, Can. 
and MvctiOHan, took part, during which 
reflected on the coi i wa* called to 01 

the speaker. He also alluded to Jhines .< r >t direct 

was elected a renal 
*'!ie WM a cousiu o! 






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urinrmi 

4 IM* to W U|Mil to 

^^urfiy. w 



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K 



Btmml other I 

COfumiUra ol l!,r !.!,, 

for ttird rwdtaft od I 

'/W.-J.y,^, ,. A.. 



rl on UK: |ft of ... 
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, c,r, ., , .- ,-, IT-- 

rJF <. au ilouU* UMMUI Uc HftMM< 
An tff.n o Uw pMt of 4* lrwl U *k< 

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pimit l!.r nui:. 



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b (rom eiaimaau ii 



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IMC our prut. .* orn te '.. U *. 

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cuia tkn tk cvmM 

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Ublcto -fTor 

vhhk va 



the proper i!ipo*. 
M unlrrrO u> Iw uo the 



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iv., i....:. 



That ihr> 



That ihr> h.^r i,k, 
rr!ull ? ofopim, ti,.- 

u to JSi 



vat 

hief, : 

|4 

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l- 

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- UfcrlOt- 
tlMllUfvr. 



fMwnoI iu UdRrroil pr 

locroj.loT 1:1 pr u-. f . 
t,m.ll pan, ,-i to 






pattern 

iWlMM.} M* 



trr detotcd u> 
othrr were MM copfn 
j'-in- to OOM, vat dtrli 
Altar full dclibermlKXi, . 
mount o/ protMlioo 



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1 









MLES' REGISTER-JAN. 9, 1880 CONGRESS 



foreign good* 



immercikl ntK-, rooti I 

suppose thai thoe Luvc t^c 
eoptdky, ehhw foreien or domestic. The m Mp- of | 
><1 report o/ the at or alary of treasury, I 
alto violated. 

,:..-..> ' ' '*'.: ' 

proriiJc* 1 with the rarans ol siifotswn them, would he I 
iitrtatcaniK ol 

a last'nj; divppoin 
hnniili.vitv- f. i>:.t."i, l rep'itati n, ! Mom foreign :<d- 

> : 

ing down in IKU ikr . M. On th;- 

\ of Ihe 
tn (he act of 

1W8, so Ir arrUli s to > woollen 

goods. II** refused to allow th- C per r<-ut<im on tl'< 
cost of lhos 

t Good Hope, or 10 p< r centum ir.t 

r place or i I f.r comniitiei 

, that 

th" mN.-lPCtur : -I s*a***& fOOda ahotlld reccr?4 Ihcbei,.- 

fit ol such additions. 1 he correction of the error can 

ni of the ta- 

1 evasions of our revenue and p- 
lavs r 

If thej ro : Actual mean* 

JKMM be employed to prefent (hem it, future, \\drn 

liaMi- all io:<y he sn isl. 

not be mjiiireil. Until this is 
done, it i* impo 










i inT"nir.)iMce Imve 



i proceeded to the consi-lrration of tint i 

t was read, and, on motion, orderad to lie 
on the table. 

Mr .V fen,froaitheeofRmkteeoii c-nmroerce.to wh;rh 
thewibji-cl wnsrctcrrf d .:r> fin- '28th of Uccera:.rr ultnu. , 
reported n bill to authorize unrcyom, under tt 
lion of the iccn-UM of ihe tr-asur>. to enroll nnd Iweocr 
or vessels to be employed in the coasting trade 
wt.ich tnll was read the first and second 

third 



ships or vess 
nmf fiahertes; 



. a 
the states, with 



and ordered to be engrossed, and read a 
_ >roorrow. 

Mr. torvard, from the committee on military pen- 
sions, reported a bill for the relief of sundry revolution- 
ary, and other officers and soldiers, and for o: 
poses; which bill was read the first and second time,' and 
committed to a commuter of the whole house. 

inns was consumed in the 
that offered b\ on the 17th 

ibution of the public land* 
men'. 

i Ala. having the floor, <!< Inned his senti- 
rorntt at k-ngth on the subject 

Several engrossed bills were passed and sent tc 
M* for concurrence, among them was one to alter the j 
timeof holdr. ,-,s l.,r 

fediatnatof Man 

The ifralerr laid before the house a letter from the j 
ecreUty of the navy, transmitting a copy of the naval 
regit - ' t-i c:iT, r..'Milii t. 

The sse of 7'ravr Lea, was, at the reqnes'. of the p. - 
tiliooer, through Mr. JVucfro//*, postponed, and made 
the order of the day tor to-morrow. 

-fjuanxler ol the day was sp< 

upon wliieh some debate, by no mean* intert-?nnt, took 
place. No question of importance, however, 
nitiTcly settled. The h->uc adjourned at about 5 

\\ proper p'*- 

derton, from Maine, attended and took his seat last 



' 
' i 

j\r I, aye tc 

! CCti 

nst 

of deepeninr 'he bar ot l' m*co[ so us to ^dmit ihr paa- 

: ' luss. 

.'-. : '',.' 'i'' ' ' \;-'-<l:<- :' ''I |,l'i(vidl!|r 

itoa, 

l>jiing a part ol t!, 

i by 

raising:, ntountiu^ .'eer 

iiiili'ia ' i vice. 

M utvd the following icsolutios), which 

tiny. 

' to 

" 10 lies b>. 'Imtuirae- 

;ict !"r tl:. n and re- 

I H29; 

" rt 

y, to 

I in 

Ihe const tng trade and th read 

hr tlnrdlitut: iiti-i con- 

nee. 

lli< i [Crossed liill entitltii an net tor the relief of John 
Burnlurn, ;. 

;ui:ge O this ' i able 

v!r. Chilian. "Uar 

rMju-it ti - was 

yeas and nars; t!, . lhe 

A 

( I'liL- atinvr l),l) . 'limits, the 

balance of the ai. i ujixv^rds 

ot thirty yearn ago, for > i;om 

v a part of whir 1 . him 

by n act ot oon^ress some years .'_ lit alone was 

nsotned by tlu- governn.- 1 '. Stat-s at the 
hat -. nuiiih-r of other rcsra 

were; and the !' lent 
upwards of 4,000 dollars) wherew'ith to 

The house ther., of the day, 

CC ot the whi-i 
e in the chui 



Chdtoo, 



. 
cl :>s onr of 



. -inonaligt 
.\\ assigne 



I conducted 
"juse, with- 



of reports, on 
motion was 

That a wlect committrr be anpoi: 



bar. 

(hat seat Mr. Arnold began an address 

,C vli'jle, in 911 

ir, ,:!! in lh' 

' Jr. H'hittlfiry, (ihe usu.d hn li 
UTIVI d. ) 

rind the liou-e tdjourned. 



tn;t tumuli*."'- v^ n|i|ii;n: 

Ihe report of a ? elect committee, | ed leave to sit apm. 



FROCKBPI I 

:ss "t importance was < 
houscjthis day. In the tenatc, scveni bills w!, 

executive business. The seswte adjooraed till 

Mj'jpct oft!. ion of the pub- 

was again k< - n- 

I'liecontrfiti-: .-n up m com- 

s the unfu.. r, Mini Mr. Arnold con- 

cluded h.*argnme:t, *>. rose, obtain- 



MLIX WEEKLY REGISTER. 

* 91 -VOL .] BALTIMOBB. JAM. it. 1 1 . ryt. XTXVtt Wa 



M Lt K %OV. 4T J , 



w rrpnrl OT llM 0<HMMIaO00 

, 



Of Wt 








I . - ' ' r. 

Id m lialtiiuonr .-. $4 liA per 
19 centa a fHon, m tho pmcwl 

'"M^^tl QMnTmCf HF+ (ItHlGO VUI Qtftl* M)f> 

plica. The people Snte not coated U> cat I 

their labor baa been rndrrr,: 



.c of ur iin|.rDr4 uol liM opcrvted 
pOvctiuIiT MMIiMi IDC ftfelc^ritv ol vrvifi jro^rt*^, in 
Kvyb> If ih* 

>unum ere oat ol ihr l.w. thry would 

lOCI Ml IMlMM telpCtl*Cttl*Ol ID UM'ir DUMMMV 

r, much rrlmoer bubonodwAM 
rreik.n of the committrr; MM!. M the; 



that itiprovittoatma? ! -d mu> opnation 

( rforihit-andthepab. 
i irwidt on ttMrwWMMr 

he prr^ mtrndrd to pro' 

domratir ii..l..i^ I,- ,- !|.c:..' -, '. . || : | 

lie .cr.r,;,:- 



II 



Ml ' da4 of a brvr dawfwna* of the DwbMe 

. r, 



According to the re|on of ihe 
.r from ibc cuMo 






t r IW9 r 
ude up. mt, iniii. MM t-t* Mtfti, -- 1 . 

tt tbot MXtree II be 
rttimatcof thc.r ;>30. 

on bood Jrrm.1. 
uroo4 



o 



.J . 



-- , " 



. Ion of 1,900.000. oomporrd 



aporMl - ! I'..- roat 
pry one, m antic ni at ton of Ihe larii 
at all rtcaidma that important feet. r bcjvtr 

_ A.__ -- 1 fmnmm mH^*tm*l k il 

i ^ i . 



M i ^ kHMTi bi 


i are made up. it dor not an 

CiUfvU nUTIOICtt ! Urr fi 

that I!K> tariff of Ittt w* lo 



toted, t 

,-t, thr 



tuanne ISorUtad- 
leoopleof yrvv The ptonht 



i perfupt well 
f the 
(MM now iccnuMf , 






Ittt, 
Ikclaml vatee onlr 56.154, 
re prrscnlrd, at to the tf pi 



- 



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- ' v ' -'- 




MM* 

lOanMrracr W , h3^H 

hrd nMNtenr 
-ct of I ttl wnnld b* to re^nrr U 

o,noo. a*: 



* Mnnifcrhf at 



rixiu from the 

the pwrpote of m. ing afm an 
mifht a penon, vho brfdnw 
ihepiinofibrtr.rm wl,itb 
lor m tub*^M. nt onr' With vhat 



SO 





. , " 

nt 

tri,l> 

rrtl brnf 
'** 



of the 

hnt it it wch H4 */" a 
da. 

. 



Oio MAIL ne <)n tW 4<k aitt. 



o| the potty. aN wntnl In ooje ear, aaxJ drvon 
homr. pnat4 fr the Hawwf at iW ed of 



v a ik>MitlabaJt) u mnxi^t, or of the rate 
of 15 e an boor, and onn>r< 

. , -..'..!! '->" ! r t 

ntftaaaa bonr. The %%bl of thent, and of tbe cnrrwyr . 




' ''a* avl* |ll M-llvtfkft flf (^feaftol 

1 nV W^^Piy C^W^pW*W VWt Iv^vOT 0Pv WH^n^Pf) *M ^n^PVaWI 



''a* avl* | 
VWt Iv^vOT 

a^t<iby Ae 










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tiirtlv :<l ban;! :u.d sc. ! f'f t!.. ;:! 
i heir labor, in VHI-H 

lirown out ot cm | 

a atatc of c 
power? Weha*. 
JLMl, so long as i! 



V.'.., 









ble Una a auriag< 



.1 should I- 






in Mti- 

.ust be 

lashed to p-c 

" -irteurate of heavy bodies, falliiie 100 I- 
les an hour is at the r*U 

kc to be 

coach or sedan chair, and 
from* window in ill 
admit that s melhisif PlsjlM ?"! < ' - jjljjsj 'hi- ** 

>.i-g that 
incti 

tsecni* '.fsix- 

i a lit ; 

r greater may b,- . ^e have bon< s of 

ats tr n <: : ' I ..;' tin ; ',."i-,i i!ian 

'hour as a': ' . . , : , .1 n M b- 

iservt-il, MVI'.- .,->.' . '"> : <" Ui M locit) : 

r fenbsd|BOTcanct.i , i ,,. . . t. -,,M - M ,li-i.i-e of 
e concussion, there is less time for adopting precautions 

The Ki*n- ur;t-T !.:., ;';s |l ill I id ' < '' VIM?,;; l-'K ii;il- 



. Vody could seldom be e . 
may obstacle lAelir to ocean 
iBcans were found to abate o 

. in such a sp 



-.U- MISCELLAM-: 

I vro millions of dollars annually saved to the planters oi 

nth. Would ihis 

\ Tin-icim navigation 

n u iili 

...n which .-- 

.1 huMttrss at the lowest 

.i.-rs balance 
; 'ccs paid f<>: 

'. thing ct thru 
ttiis; when under- 
.lue of tlte I/MIOM." 

; a bundle of papers the 
llowing 
"small thing*" worth, in the aggrenv 

; bm.- 

ncss ot n in ^^ 

m Hoi' 

\rhich tin n out the bi-it, it It 
said l hut MIX- made. NYnrly one huntlrrtl ptrions arc 

the mini 'I'" "nd . 

over th- I 'mted States. Sonic <>| the handsome > 
fet-t lucks re so small that one thousand weigh o 

.rd in Hoston, and still 

:re regularly tupped 'hence in coastwise pack- 
ets. Russia -ssnry for this mnnnbr 
j'fii-kniir: -..nlHeture of this n; 

, n-c< ntly been un- 
( | L rtukt-:. --ter, Mas 



of liorw > 

Sic whole co/ of 
tinea not exceed 1 6 or ' 
nalsaa ro;. ;.pose! 

transportat 



i.^iHCB and tlic 
com- 

Li^ltul, 

te annual 
millions 




iat t. 1 1 sport - 

,aving 100 millions 

.if roor/.TUe Hntton conn 

of a route for a rail 



Mi-. Mobes L, M-.or' 



workmanship and quality to those i 



Jiutlon factory 



Mr. H 



tor)' at Attleboroiigh, Massichusetts, which 

ty or thtrtt/ hands, nb: 

wards of 40 trading houses in Philadelphia with ! 

Most of the labor is performed by m*clnn< i v , th 

is first rolled into ( .. .-.eb are stnick out 

by dies; ihe eyes, fornu.l from copper win-, 

to the buttons, the gilding isx.; 

tons witli a mixture o! gold and quicksilver, nnil tl 



pelling the quicksilver b> beat, finally they are 

> o pair of cotton stockings 
Irom tb -Tort hosiery manufactory. In ap 



to 
road, from J, , t i ' bOTOO^l, have repnrtr.l. 

.anceislUin.lt 
cdat 900,00 

lie obtained on the capital ioTcated in the t-nler- 

Kal roaJ. The shares in the Liverpool and M:m- 
beattrrail road, sold before the act was ot 
MSSgtitnc-as 

wereaoldat 152 per aliare, namely, 'JU, On 
of calls on each, and 72 pn 

Leigh railway ahares arc n*^ nt a premium of 2; anl 
the tbares iu Uie Wigan nilway, thougli oulv projected 
three weeksago, are all taken up, and already at n pre- 
mium of 4 pi-r share. 

py the following irom the Cincinnati 

(Ohio) Daily Advertiser of th tnber, and rc- 

cord it aa a matter of euriout speculation. 
Ittul r*id4.\\ AM, the r. 

of cm oa I made, and now making i 
Stain, at an expense of about thirty millions of dollars, 
all filled up or drained, to make foundations lor 
rctinxult. 

FREIGHT*. Tbe average price of the freight of cotton 
from the Atlaalw itortt to Eugland, =.n aver- 

an of W sterling per Ib. From New OiUr.nsto Lifer- 
pool, we aee it atated at 5-8^ The average eost ot 
freights, a little while ago, was about 1 . 
fanTy said, that the price has fallen one cer.' 
Say; that we export 1 J"0 tr.ilii ,- 1 of j 



'kings are si:. qol ' 

:ch more ! 

From the sf K-nrn that cotton bo? 

manufactured in the vicinity of Providence, fron 
cotton * -sesthatroailetrcni l.cinp. 1 

ry short time, the J o '') '! In- sbletoaup- 

m market with bagging, iroro the raw roa- 
sclf, at a very reduced cost. 
r'* $calri, ml:*, Me. Nearly :d! uvd in Of 
t ..t inferior |Ui 
d by a macho 

Vhiladelphi .wives The ten- 

; capital, is strikingly illustrated 

,e banks of tb. Scimjlkill, could f.ir- 
.!,:. Hut Ihe 

imnoaitinn ofduty al ..si. !">' 

' 



, 'furnishing that for which one capital 

lish procure the raw mn- 
ferial at so smaH a cost, that 
foreign market*. 



cannot compete wilh 



A FEW 

7 -.re made at many plnces. They are hardly ?t 



bun,,,, 

team 



!n n: . .;. 



ia*< ! Ml Hlmlad* l(iliia 
-tfeouf 'i ao apt i.. iadulce M a- 




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g Il>OfU, 

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>t, vould fire eoiulnrt 




i)5h. 33ru s ihenerto 

aad .-, 

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U. , 

< niplojmcul for (cmalc. <! it ha* ulcl> 
|>rat|Kml well. The coiupcUtKMi ba i 
l(o coitMimrrt. Tltr auiMi 
rooceUwti < 



Af u> S 
i irmc 



tt pro- 



!,- ,.rc,pji. . : ii i. t 

ATC Ol doillCMK ll^OUt 

TAfcarfitt* n 

r.r..ti ii.-'. 

' 

i Bad it good, wftlt 



I part of ihooe on nl 
( AB.C- 



I M *<- 00|*f Of lkL 

-( Kratvai*. t Fraai- 

fort, on ihr I i!l Wrrcolkinl ikr 

lofiWiMlMnai, 
s - 

(rdoai aad lore. Ur ** k *p*^r 
'Hbablc; aan w twakttatilMcaawnMaiaaaai* 
(7 the U-t that fcr . %*ll gnx N a 

- Kl. Ma^HHHHHafl 



- - 

i .* rv, to iKc (cMral pnaii> vt, 
i.hmct.t of t* v:<t. l> II la^fc taM Ol 
n-S I..TT MMT4 tO cJr ; t lUmatiW WMf 



IO* . are *mnt**lk* i niuiU of 



I'i ctia; a> 






o n > .!' M aliou 

, 

M ue of the iniportcil amclr, 
r export. 

TIC vunieL. Tac tolr- wiog itii were 



. . 

k*d. . aatf a* TC a amttaw at Uaur 
IrraiH Irft Oa*^ fc*. tor dk i uliaf 

1. 1 n ttunj t ai tlM 



la^anaaf. That tan *i be 
-.,,. llr- 

hall bo at war fttt. 



; ..--.- 



340 



aECrlfl 1 i.li- ' \ -.so-MlSf KLLANEOUS. 



natural facilities existing lor 1 75,500 tons, and consisted principally of the following 
anJ transport 

o not present a voi \ comfortable proipcct. Their 









1 here has been a warm c 

1 tvarties in tins state both claiming the major hy 
ulenow, (aoti ad ). was 
elected speaker of the house ol 

,j ( s .|, | ,'-_ ; >,....-.' -. . I Jn'.n K :.;;l' '. (:d.) 

k'lhal th, -i tull a mo- 

; of votes tor senstors was nega- 

ere at our last accounts. 

Tin: legislature of this stat 
r mat and, on the same daj , g 

cola eommun.f4tid his message. He takes a decided 
stand against incorporations for manufacturing j. 
In some cases they may have answered well, but thry 
have been fcneral'lv and extensively injurimiv And it 

- vith 
more 



ismess is not nttein'. 
econom and care vhicharc the fruits of a 



immediate personal interest 

SB* 

! at Bos- 
!a foreign |orts, 108 ships, 15 barques, 4= 

can 640, 

rtUglirie 

an I, Krar.il mil 1. Total '" 

! 83 ships, 7 

u *>ncrs and 2 sloops, tota.1 68U. But, as 

hi/* to con lie 83 of 

bablc that a greater amount ol tonnage was 

: remark, that, out ofthe whole, only 
-els though Mich, il from il> 

y enter on the same terras as 
of the burthen* and mo- 
nopoly that were talked ot, in times past, vhm iht pio- 
tectionof An Cation was urg< il? The pro- 

phets: phcekrs, if not forgotten, are laugh- 

ed at. 

ntkmcd some time since, cer- 
^n sting, si ! occur- 

red i: 'nen, 

a ballot was h:.d, and there appea: 

tea, Thomas U. Smith, ).\ :.nd Walter S. Coe 1 
ibe UK Mayor's own vole. 

When ; the presiding officer, 

1 mayor. But immediately 
rs ol the common council 
I suii-d (or Mr. 
er, took his seat on the 
i know 'ledgraentfi because 
it just stated w.is urged, and an 

investigation ordered. The chamber was crowded with 
eHkeos; and ! 'ngs, as on several other occa- 

sions, appear to have been disorderly perhaps r//roari- 
i iirrc is much feeling in New York on this sub- 
Weare not parties to it but would hope r 
Bownc, for the honor of the high office that be holds or 
will retire from the board until the question is 
settled. It is extremely indelicate, to say the least of it, 
to see a gentleman presiding over a public body whrn 
his own interest is imru. dtately concerned, persisting in 
ibe proceeding, and deciding questions having direct re- 
lation to his own occupancy of a seat 

Yomc CAKALS. There arrived at West-Troy, 
daring the put year, by the canals, 634,72f gals, whiskey, 
00 feet boards and scantling, 8,463 m. shingles, 
74,950 feet timber, *,123 tons staves, 102,704 buv 
rye.ke. 1,475 cwt. clover and other grass seeds, 2,571 
cwt. wool, 790 tona cheese, 493 tons butter and lard, 
40 tons bops, 44 tons peltry, 61,348 bbls flour, 9,103 bbls 
beef and pork, 10,049 bbls asJ.es, 21,985 bbls salt, 301,184 
bushels wheat, ke. kc. 

At Albany, the number ol boats that arrived at, or de- 
parted from, was 3,321. The property brought to thai 
1'lsee, on whk-l. toll wa< paid hr Mr- inn. amcv 



9MLNDbbla. flour; 18,558 bbls, J41 bbls.pro- 

risions 39,248 bushels salt 18.1 y4 hhls. and 3,744 
ihds. whiskey 9^93 boxes glass 266,287 
wheat, 206,251 bushels c> ..ats and 

busliels baric \ brought down, on which 

t.-.t tiuihc-r, 1 7,130 m. shingles, S8,lft>>,884 ffet of lom- 
b.-r. I ! ( IK- canals from Al- 

bany, was 73,090 tons. 

NEW YOKK. It is stated that upwards of 
two millions dl dollars have bei-n paid hy ihr insurance 
ity of New Y< tk, lor losses by fire, 
scars or half a million a year. In 
i.sol 1828, the fires amounted to 128 in the 
ar, 1829, to one hundred and fifty one. Great- 
est nn. .' irwrst in September, 4. 

PE*> In the public buildings ol this statr 

is n room sprcially provnh-d for the 
'. transaction ol public business. II,.- 
is ss it shoul<l be; and we are pleased to learn that g^ov. 
Wolf occupies it at all reasonable houts. Such thing?- 
are very convenient to persons having husmrss with him. 
: Turds the governor, what public duty and private 
comfort both require, -some degree of command over 
his own time. 

I'm i.inKLPHlA. '.-d at this port (hiring (lie 

.1 igs, 107 schooners, and 1 sloop 
prts. <)t th-i.e tilt M there were belonging 

flolland 1, Hanaeatk towns S 

mark -'. Colombia 1, Ilayti 3, Spain 5 total 26. Ameri- 
cans 348. 

were Irom England 64, Hritish American pos- 
sessions f.l , 1 1 af.l, Portugal K>, S; 



declare i 

: ds, 



>, > ( >K n -2, Russia I, Hmibi-xtic towns 8, 
lai,<) 7, Sicily l.MndeirM, 4, Trieste 1 , Canaries 1 , 

teOiaJa 3, Colombia 23,Curracoa I, Porto Ri- 
co 4, Swedish West Indies 3, Africa 3, China 3, i 
Buenos Ay res and Montevideo 4, Danish West Indies 

ish East Indies 1, Braz. Is 11 total 374. 
In 18S8, there arrived at Philadelphia, from foreign 
ports, 450 vessels decrease in 1829, 76 vessel - 
classes are not given in the former year's return before 
us. The coasting trade has much increased. 

DELAWATIK. Dr. Arnold Naudain, (anti ad.) has 
been elected a senator of the United States from this 
the place nf Mr. McLane, appointed minister 
to Great Driiain. Dr. N. is a \ cl of thr 

"Ami rican system." He had tun-thirds of the votes of 
the legislature. 

II A i.i i MORF. bill* of mortality for 1 829. Total inter- 
ments ii. 1,849 OSS malt-sand 864 females, ol 
whom 529 were colored persons 429 free and 100 slaves 
colored person . ', were 
10,294 ;nd slaves 4,357. Then is no doubt that the 
slaves with us are longer lived thkn th f n e blacks 
but a larger part of the , onion arises 
Irom the unpleasant and oppressive tact that :i; 

nd worn-tut negroes, from all parts of the state, 
- l to ItHltunore, to live as they can, or die, if 
they must. 

,.,uary 154; Feb. 136; March 174; 
, O.ljJunc'mi.lul) 194; Aug. 25. 
121 total 1,849. 

.1fft fclill horn 106; under 1 year 428; between I K 

2, 126; 2k 5, 167; 5 k 10, 55; 10 it 21, 111; 21 fit 30, 

177; 30k 40, 188; 40k 50, 176; 50 fcc 60, 1 22; 60 fc 70, 

h 80, 65; 80k 90, 32; 90 k 10o 61 of 102, and 

2 of 103 years. 



A|x>plexy 13, casualty 34, child-htd 1:1, 
|i - 1. "lie 15, cholera inlanturo 140, coruumption 267, 
convulsions 68, croup 34, dropsy 47, do. in the head 41 , 
drnnd 38, dysentery 12; fever catarrhxl 25, bilious 
76, intermittent 9, scarlet 1, typhus 28, various inflamma- 
tions 47, iutemnciance 3 A liver complaint 22, marasmus 
89, measels 46, oU-uge 107, pleurisy 29, still born 106, 

U adults aw! 



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VlBOIVlA. 

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CM. .,3, 



8,100,591 II 

I)HposabIefuoiJi,inc4>h,tl,i.cc... thr 






TUe estimated receipt! in the jr.tr en.r.t.,- MM J i!, 
Not. IfcoO, mcludrng the J^lc,',,!, b.,,k Bfeofca, 

tercsted, aa4 the receipta ooaeeoaot of the Jan. 
eompaoy owploa fond, ure $1 IU.J86 41 -.Inch .. 



thr b-iance .n 

tfeailto 



4l-.hieh .: 
ootUe J- .9, 



>od. |9S,Ot3 83-lcio f . proUblr b. " 
MMbtbe tftMur Irt Pec. 1130. untrt, rnttmtu 



aocemthe treasure Ut DM. I .v . i, -./..-. ;. 

^IsZeno* yet board ol tbVriamc ol the 
tion. We learn thai suose very 
etaVpl 

utociiveok. 



OB the 9th 

I40*i for P. 

GKOBOIA. A Savaaooh 



Mt jMtHiini 7 



-i i. <. : 




, 



VaNa9JQvlB9 Ol lB9 MMWatt9 CO^rt Ha^S vf 

. ' - 

oUbefaoK 



mrjmm m^^rwmmf vcw ^ 

ed nnilili judge fa Ins stead. TWee eeafaa4 



..-. | ' .M. ' - 



oltUeUftk^lhe 





A b.ll Ud pMMd UM KMU. to ftMrtv dM bn 

i,.< HkM MM* i- hg ' ' -. -^i:- ; 

of for U*c ttpoteimc*( of MtMa lOMtctwJ cnai^ 



-t !., c M 



M now pcrfamjed the braojobot 



TKitbdl. 

UOO of DM boutc uf rrpn MH- - 
Thr houM of rtprernutjte% bas taid 

K-chru-K il. : :',-"> , i -, . ,.. ,-.c .,, 
ou^.jurncr of o c . f il,c panic., Mr. A' 
MtpMd u oflUe WMlrr ike t 
el there 



M>WC. 1 ifira. BlairaMt 

rs ollbc Aryts nslsi. I 
: .r the stale, for the trrm for 

Icelod. or oatil the or it 



l Mb] | BoOfA 

.^walle^ofthe!eair,o.thc M . 




n, i . 



ronoiA. avmoaa peper gtr 

tract of a law recently |*aevd by the 

It lOMMtet 
tinf free e 



qoorattlioe ol forty da! on all fcssrl. 



3^2l' l !l*-' 1 

M of KielieH BwkMr. M >% of Ike 




hatinf free eolocrU peraoM M board <hte eUutc to ukr 
efieot upon veoMlsfrooi port* of thr 
tbree ojontb*. from all other ports, fa m aiMUhi The 
aetalao prohibits all IMereouraa b OMb veeeels by 



WMltbj 

free peraona of oolur or slave*, and compels eapt 
Tnultioeonvey back soch persons on bonrd| rrm<t^t 
capttal the csrcvlAlsVn / f^mphlf:* / etti 
OMNoi0- Ji muting m*m p*l tot nmca^i^ 

the fatrodnctioo of ahivot fato iba state for ale. It is 
perhjpe proper to state that the act referred to, WM pas*. 



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injurious 

thr n>ii!.rr.i ;" |'e, hi li '' ;"." !>'" - ; ' Icrmtl n, 

of any 

iberpapcr- sS < wno 

attltc sailors say, "can argue a man's hir off hit head," 
tell us- m well 

. 

bow it w, that a "system" ado;. 
t.on in the world, ami m 
10 the present day, has been to Ion- 
view-el the most enlightened men. 
ir.icrru of their several countries' 
trred extenmcly into our le*. > 

of a constsuiuooal congress oi i vates, and hat 

eter been abandoned* 



lion of company on Thursday . 
is satewfed so to be erery Th. 
during the session ol eongress, A \ 
ladies and gentlemen attended. 

TE RAVI. 

listoflhc veskclsof the t'. S. navy, in comnm 
now insert- 

Mediterranean ttnUon. Delaware, 7+, commodore 
\ M Crane .Jata, 44, captaii. . "es. Constel- 

lation, 36, capt. A. S. Wadsworth. Fiiifichl, l 
ter ooaimand.. 



,\ > T C0!r.. 

. 
Thorn i* ^ 

IS, capt. i 
.1. I', /anr/.inger 

Induittalif" '' Jt'sse 

Peacock, 18, matt' 

net, 18, MMtereoomanda 

commandant Alex. Claxton. Shark, 1 

chb. Grampus, . Lali- 

.' nation. Hudson, U, com .tssin. 

Vanda^ 18, roaster com. Jo! 
C8e the preceding sutnuent us m^le out, 
Star re turned trci 
Ka>tucC4H.ded COOi. Cntne in (lie o 

up as lost, and the Bran- 

dvwsaefr^a:e, to be comiuunded I>> c:;.(. H..!l.ird, is fil- 
ling out for the Wevt India station.] 

LOAK, for the Chesapi ' -10 canal. 



troro Loodon, dated Nu\ 
ay rt,<- loan in Holi 



secured by three ion, 
AlexamlnaJ lor three millions 
Th* sums down i 



m America, 
rgetown, and 

three i.> >u ^tnounled to seventeen 



BANK OF SOL 1 II CAUOI.r 

The committee appomu<l >>y the legislature lo exam- 
ine into the state of this mi'muion, have made a fuil and 
detailed report, u, express their satrslaction 

with ifsinaungeincn'. The losses of the bank, from the 



101,7 

Vr as 
images 

1, U 48,802 00 

unled 

CS8,C36 II 

, was 

,-KK) 00 
tos issued on the 1st o! 

195 00 

. 

uses on the Ui M 

! us, is that 
diior of 

.<. 1st of 
liic office of discount and dcpu- 

On the 1st of the sui 10,000 

On the . dchl reversed 

andtlicoffii amount of 

It may i..- propi-r in add, tli^t, although the committee 
stute $18,'^7 as doubttu! M, at at 

meeting in (klobi-r, at the bktik, they fom 
KK) dollars I. ..1 up. since ' 

in May, oo that item of the account "notes 



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Address of K'.M. Uool on ul speaker of the 

l.tiuie, ! 



us o! lltu kind; and e; , 

. 4O well 

III in tlif 
.,nd the 

,<-se \alls, the tusk is easy. Will. 

(jticition w! s J " l t: 

.nth house: 
and shw! .n ex so of claims, < 

ill^lllc, til- 

. is but th< 
:^it) to pas 

coferablc, either in law 01 grant is bn- 

ires the assent of two 
third* , >cr. 

The appointment of some of the standing committees, 
is, at this session particularly, is of peculiar importance 



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th.ll U.C .U<ri. ;' I (l,r . , . 

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Wo of New York. 

leans, m the aute of 

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w In rvby, authortaetl to appoint, by 

kntcreate.1 nl xm ut il.r I ,.,-,| t.,-, * tfl l-i' .: ^ 
from BuKdo, in the state of New York. ,.*%..- 
vatofthoKencrelrtm-ii.ii.ri.t. ... i!.. 1' H ': ...- 

bia. to the c.t* ol Nc Orient*, in the sUte of LoMMl. 
hoar doi) it ahall be, or a m .juoty ol them, to 
the (round, aod I. 




dHfe , ,, ,: 
:muii. MM iS (MM - 

libcrtT to tcUct 
od depart tbertlroai Wiocb plcc . 

.ce, M Ibrr m*j Jccm 

See. & .*n/ o Uj*rtk*r c: ..J roml 

ihall be UK! oul four r 

r b) the 
rrccUoa of ukr or luonunu-nl. k 

rfxtbc 
rod unuct Or%W orM, and oo e^Ji ! U*r 



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r., alter ihrv lute Uid out tlu- .,,' - . . I 
to UM |uxalcni M nti plan of the tame. 
literal oounc* aod diauacct m each aute. a- 
a nttrn report of ihrir proeccdhfft, de- 
rk. xl OKKiumeoi. by .hicli the ro*l 

ll>h>liiil. aod IU bee of Uw eoojitrj tkitMfh hWi H 

pama, ai.d the roaJt or parts of rwda, il a> 

course of the ro*.!.- I*.